Current mod list:
-LS2 engine rebuild by Richard Holdener out of Cali-forged pistons and rods from CP and Carillo -Brian Tooley Racing Camshaft-Hooker S14 Engine Mount Swap kit-Hooker Stainless S14 LS 1 7/8'' swap headers, Y into 3'' single out with Hooker Aerochamber Muffler-OEM LS7 clutch/pressure plate from Scoggins Dickey -RAM flywheel (19 lb) -Engine Management: Holley Dominator EFI - Holley Billet LS Fuel Rails -Hurst T56 Shifter -CTS-V Front Drive Accessories-Street Elite Performance Clutch Master Adaptor Kit--K&N 4'' open element air filter-
T56 trans was recently rebuilt by American Powertrain
with a race tolerance spec, it is now fortified with carbon synchros, billet fork pads, and heavy-duty slider springs. Torque is transferred through an OEM LS7 clutch mated to a 19-pound Ram flywheel.
-KRC LS Power Steering Pump- Earl's power steering cooler and Earl's lines and fittings.
-Hinson LS S14 Radiator kit- Custom fan shroud fabricated by Level 7 Motorsports out of Marion, IL. Single 15'' SPAL fan. Earl's oil cooler and Earl's Ultra Pro hoses and fittings.
-Driftworks Geomaster 3 drop knuckles front and rear - SPL tension rods- http://www.splparts.com/chassis-S14.html-SPL outer tie rods- -SPL rear eccentric lock-out -Feal 441 Single Adjustable Coilovers-Extended Travel version-Circuit Sports rear toe rods and traction bars (will most likely be going SPL on these before all is said and done. I had these laying around from my last car). New Setup: -Advan TCIII wheels Front: 18x9''+25mm with 10mm spacer. Rear:18x10''+35mm -Falken RT615K tires, square setup: 275/35/R18 Old setup:-275 section width Nitto NT-05's mounted on 17X10 FNO1R-C's in the rear 235 width NT-05's on the 17x 8 FNO1R-C's
-Autopower roll bar with bolt-in harness bar, welded extra material to floor to bolt it to for more roll over strength- http://www.autopowerindustries.com/rollbars.asp -Sparco Evo 2 seats with Planted Engineering seat brackets-Willans harnesses -S15 steering wheel (always like how nice those looked) -Racepak IQ3S dash behind steering wheel- Holley EFI touchscreen to monitor engine parameters, etc. installed where radio previously resided. -Racepak's solid state Street Smartwire PDM (power distribution module) unit has replaced the entire OEM body harness, reducing weight, removing the need for fuses and relays, and increasing the car's reliability overall.