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$0 on my previous car (TA) expect to spend $0 on the Z.
2000 NBM Camaro Z28 Mods:
SLP Lid & K&N, AHR Headers + 3" catted Y and Mangaflow, !EGR, !AIR, BMR CM STB, ST Front 35mm and Hellwig Adj. Rear 22mm Swaybar, Adj. Rod/Rod PHB, Koni SA's, Ground Control Springs & Adj. Ride height, and HPTuners.
its not that bad, DIY..I only had one issue, the previous owner thought it would be a good idear to weld up the borla catback to the i-pipe and to the y-pipe, this meant I had to cut the damn I-pipe from the Y. Thats a real PITA without a lift, but I managed with my pneumatic cut-off wheel
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2003 TR Z06
1999 HOSS baby dick cam
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thanks guys i was thinkin about doing it with my friend and his dad since they work on cars anyways but i just heard that its a lil different than other cars because you have to drop the engine down u cant pull it out like other cars.
lol you dont have to remove the engine to install LTs. But generally when you want to remove the engine it is easier to unbolt everything connected to the car such as the front suspension, coolant hoses going to the radiator, ps, wiring harnesses, and a few more and lift the car up, exposing the engine sitting on the k member and 2 front wheels. It is possible to pull the engine out up top though