It's basically injectors, pcm for the stg 1, and injectors, pcm, and pulley for the stg 2. Don't be fooled, those numbers are at the wheels, and it's supercharged, so the power is from idle to redline. The limiting factor is the supercharger, is only a m62. The power from the kit is in the lower rev range, from idle to mid range, expect big gains in those areas. Remember stock evo's - sti's only put about 240-250 to the wheels, in retrospect, it should have the power of a evo in a lighter package. I can't seeing someone not knowing how to change injectors, or the pcm with any trouble, but the pulley might be a pain in the ass! I wouldn't be afraid of attemping to put on a kit, hell my body with the RDL will be jumping for joy with this news, and asking me to help him with the install. 2006 come on GM, get this stuff out sooner, people in the masses are waiting!!! This is the best news I'll heard all day.Nukem said:They say it will be a DIY kit so u don't have to have the Dealership do it for u
I'm also assuming the same will go for the S/C kit they're releasing for the 2.2L...hell I still haven't dyno's my LS but I heard one report of the car running 160hp but haven't seen anyone on here or .net mentioning dynoing their non-ss.87camaroPA said:I think it will be more than what they say because the SS is underrated it will be more like 250+hp so that is some really nice #'s but still what kinda price are we talking about????
Funny part was I made a crack about his lack of torque after we were done beating the hell out of our cars lol...for some reason he didn't find it amusing .selfinfliction said:you probably hung with him cause his car has about 17 pounds of torque