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  1. Before you wire that switch direct to your Column and starter signal be SURE and 100% that your 12v+ while cranking also works for your ECU / Fuel injectors / Fuel pump signal. Many times this contact is shorted on the old ignition / key module. MSA sells a replacement for it as well.
  2. Do you have any spoilers fro a 2+2?
  3. Hey man, I used some 2" aluminum to mount it to the top and bottom portions of the radiator.... i would have like to weld side mounts to use the stock holes but I dont own a TIG welder
  4. You're not worried about chewing that transmission to shreds behind a LS?
  5. Depends on computer you will use.... I went DBC for a few reasons - I wanted to use the Holley Terminator X - $1000 model... So i went DBC - Cheap and reliable and can be make to look nice on the install. DBW would be amazing also for a cleaner look. If staying stock computer and your engine you buy has a DBW setup - run DBW. So long as you have the pedal and what not.
  6. Nice! I did the Tanks Inc. PA-4 for my LS swap. Love it! Nice and quiet!
  7. ummmmm why not run a PWM brushless fan and adjust accordingly... Running to cold, reduce the fan speed. to hot, increase the fan speed.
  8. congrats! Nice job on the fire extinguisher as well!
  9. A gentleman on Instagram / Holley Forum - "Projectgattago" is his screen name and IG handle. Was either going to use a fusion fan OR a C7 fan - the C7 fan has a "spal" logo on the back - needs to be the AC delco part. Yes its brushless - the key here is its from a 2014 to 2017 C7 Z06 OR Grand Sport. They came wiht this upgraded fan and wholly shit does it move air!
  10. Absolutely sir - Sadly hindsight being 20/20 I didnt pay attention to the outlet sizes on the dang radiator 😕 Ill need reducers now... https://www.ebay.com/itm/Chevy-Aluminum-Performance-Racing-Radiator-24-2-Row-Double-Pass-Universal/254469862834?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649 You may be able to get the 26" size RAD to fit as on each side there is roughly 1/2" of space but could be really tight to the frame rails. it seems the core will do just fine considering the beastly fan! Ive found a radiator is ONLY as good as its fan... Im also
  11. Also - the C7 fan is a BEAST of a unit. I selected it because I wanted to have PWM capabilities for my setup. Terminator X ECU will be controlling the modulation. Will also be able to kick on higher for my AC system . also - ITS A BRUSHLESS SPAL fan for $200 - you cannot beat it
  12. Here’s what I ended up getting : EBay dual pass cross flow with large 1” tubes (most are much smaller!) was advertised as a 24” wide setup. and a C7 fan from rock auto - took a little trimming to make the C7 fan fit my radiator core but only about 15 minutes worth! total in hard parts - $350!!!
  13. @milesz my T56 didn’t come with a reverse lockout. I bought this and love it! Same idea as above where you mood the intervals but this is much lower profile! https://www.ebay.com/itm/T-56-TR-6060-Reverse-Solenoid-Delete-Forward-and-Downward-Facing/173158632311?hash=item28510f0b77:g:c-IAAOSww9xZD94j
  14. Did you decide yet sir? Im looking for a proper cooling system for my LS Z as well. Modest built 5.3L alum engine so nothing crazy. Been reading on the c7 fan / radiator combo and it will fit the 240Z chassis
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