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Old 05-23-2008, 03:32 PM
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I have just installed a ZZP PCM, Wizaired CAI, ZZP 3" downpipe (Stainless) w/High flow cat, Resonator removed, Autolite 104 plugs and a 180 drilled t-stat. Next I'll go to either a 3.4 or 3.5 pulley swap and I'm contemplating a cat back system (Not sure which yet) and a Power log front manifold. The pulley and catback I can easily do but after taking a close look at the room under the hood around the front manifold I'm thinking oh boy this doesn't look like an easy job. Those of you who have done it would you chime in and let me know what I'm in for if I attempt it and any pointers you may have would be great.
 
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Old 05-23-2008, 03:54 PM
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i dont know if it would be any different for the SC3800 but for my NA it was a piece of cake i had more than enough room to get it in to position.

The hardest part for me was getting to the old one out. I would recomend taking off the heatshield first if that is even possible(not sure if it is) and then taking out the manifold. because when i was doing mine the heat shield was the only thing that would catch on stuff and get stuck in the way.

i really is not that hard to do. Good luck
 
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Old 05-23-2008, 05:19 PM
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I have just installed a ZZP PCM, Wizaired CAI, ZZP 3" downpipe (Stainless) w/High flow cat, Resonator removed, Autolite 104 plugs and a 180 drilled t-stat. Next I'll go to either a 3.4 or 3.5 pulley swap
I'd forget the 3.4", I doubt there is any way you'll run that knock free, especially with a canned pcm and so few mods. I guess the 3.5" is a possibility with a plog, but I dunno. Instead of spending all the money on a catback, I'd just get some 1.9 rockers instead- then you may be able to run a 3.4".

I can easily do but after taking a close look at the room under the hood around the front manifold I'm thinking oh boy this doesn't look like an easy job.
Its really simple- undo the dogbones, remove the two crossover bolts (spray them the night before with PB blaster), then remove the bolts to the head and it drops right out.

Probably one of the easiest installs- shouldn't take more than 20 minutes.
 
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Old 05-31-2008, 09:39 AM
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Now that I've looked closer I agree it doesn't look as tough as I originally thought. As soon as ZZP gives me the PCM and Cat credit I'll order the PLOG (Stainless w/ceramic coating).
 
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