I'm all about looking to this site for answers, but one thing I haven't been able to find, I've been trying to do some research whether I should try and find a 2.0 motor and supercharge it or use my current 2.4 motor and supercharge it. I've read that the 2.0 is a better base to supercharge, because I want something with 300+ horses. But haven't found anything good with the 2.4 being supercharged. I want the one that's going to last the longest, and not internally detonate. What are your thoughts, because I was reading that GM had better luck with the 2.0 handling the SC. What you think because you have a few 2.4's SC'ed. Thanks
Hi Dave, Glad to hear that you now have a price on the conversion auto to manual with the T56 tranny. I am intersted and would be looking at doing it myself. I have a 2007 GXP with the GMPP tune and SOLO free flow CAT and SOLO Mach shorty. The car has 32,000 Km and runs great with lots of power. Would be looking at every think I would need for a complete converion (i.e. clutch pedal, all linkages, wiring, etc)
Yes the exhaust systems between the 2.4L and the 2.0L are interchangeable and a 2.0L exhaust will bolt right up to a 2.4L with high flow cat. You will need to change the rear valence to accept dual tips and that is it.
Dave, Danny Allen Here. Been driving my Solstice for about 250 miles, everything was great. Check engine and engine disabled light came on.....I had installed the original ECM back in to the car. should I put the new one I purchased and you programed in ? D. Allen
I place an order for a brace bundle on December 31th, finallky I was able to pay you a week ago by paypal, the you send me a tracking number at firstname.lastname@example.org but that mail is hacked and I cant log in anymore.
Could you please re-send me that tracking number to email@example.com? I need to be aware exantly when it arrives.
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