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March 3-pc Power & Amp pulleys & belt. $150
Crane adj. fuel press. regulator. $70
Air Foil & K&N air filter. $110
High flow Catco main cat. $110
Pacesette dual Monza tips in place of mufflers. $85
Port plenum and gut the pre-cats.
This is a little over $500 but you'll be happy with the results until you can get more involved than bolt ons. If you want sources for these parts e-mail me. Don't forget a good set of ignition wires, plugs, wires & cap & rotor.
Basically you cut the front of the lid off so that it exposes the air filter. Leave just a border around the edges to keep the air filter firmly in place, but remove the face of the lid. [img]http]//www.corvetteforum.cc/ubb/smile.gif[/img]
$160-cold/ram air intake w/ K&N filter.
$ 90-HyperTech coil/cap/rotor.
$ 60-TPIS wires.
$ 0-Cut back spark plug ground electorde & gap to .045".
$ 15-160 deg stat.
$ 40-160 deg HyperTech aux fan sw.
$ 5-splice & spade lugs & wire (see my C4 tech description).
$ 0-gut the MAF.
$ 10-TB bypass parts.
$ 40-MAT relocation kit
$ 60-HyperTech AFPR.
$ 50-ACCEL fuel pressure gauge.
$ 0-Remove "frisbee" from water pump pulley.
These mods should net you about 30 HP or so, enough to feel nicely and keep you busy for a while.
Later whan you have $500-$1000 have a custom 2 1/2" front Y-pipe made up, install a Random Tech cat, install muffler elims or a TPIS Flow Master cat-back. These will get you another 30 HP or so.
If you lose the spare/jack/etc and carry a puncutre repair kit and cell phone you will be about 50 lbs lighter (similar to 5HP). Cruise with about 1/3-2/3 tank of fuel and you will be 70lbs lighter than a full tank (similar to 8HP).