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Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Thursday, August 11, 2005 6:44 AM
Some more part numbers for the 2.4 LD9

Crank pulley 24575562
Timing cover 24576620
Timing cover gasket 24435052
Belt tensioner 24430296
Alternator bracket 24575354









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Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Tuesday, September 06, 2005 6:51 AM
Dam-it Muffins (Event) wrote:

WHAT SIZE TB DO I HAVE?

here are the TB sizes for 3rd gens.

2.2L 52mm

2.4L 52mm

2.3L 56mm

Ecotec 2.2L 58mm


So will a tb from an ecotec bolt up to a 2000+ 2200? Reason I'm asking is, I wanted a little more power out of my 2200, until I finish building up my ecotec. Then just slap the ecotec TB back on to the ecotec when it's time to swap engines.
Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Tuesday, September 06, 2005 8:49 AM
chance it wont be a direct fit as in the throttle cable plate rotor (the black plastic piece)


mainly though going to a bigger tb, just moves your band higher... engine will still take in the same amount of air.... you;ll just lose low end and seem to gain top end, but its just a moving of the power band until something is done internally to increase the engines air usage.



Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Saturday, October 08, 2005 1:45 PM
Ok I just skimmed over all this and I'm wondering if a intake for a 2.4 Z24 (short) will work on a 2003 ecotec ... from what I read it sounds like it will with some messing around I just want to be completely sure .... thanks for the help and no flaming head of time lol



Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Sunday, October 09, 2005 4:50 AM
CaviGirl (CaviEvoStyle) wrote:

Ok I just skimmed over all this and I'm wondering if a intake for a 2.4 Z24 (short) will work on a 2003 ecotec ... from what I read it sounds like it will with some messing around I just want to be completely sure .... thanks for the help and no flaming head of time lol


You can pretty much take any intake and make it fit but if you're going to buy it brand new, why purchase an intake for a different motor?

Not flaming but just go ahead and buy one for your ECOTEC motor.



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Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Sunday, October 09, 2005 8:18 PM
It's blue lol I'm a sucker for blue



Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Monday, October 10, 2005 9:38 PM
Are ASE Chips any good? The link in the FAQ No longer Exists...
Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Wednesday, October 26, 2005 1:36 PM
if your car is a 96 plus it cant be chipped, and since you didnt fill out your profile, then really ASE being good or not all depends...



Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Wednesday, November 02, 2005 5:41 AM
does the secret cam work on the 2.2 ohv?

10.5 second 1/8mile
est hp=130
est tq=135
Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Tuesday, November 08, 2005 1:31 PM
2.4 Rear main oil seal 22545259
2.4 4speed auto flywheel to Torque Converter bolts (3 of them) 11588468












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Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Tuesday, November 08, 2005 8:45 PM
fast cavalier ecotec wrote:

does the secret cam work on the 2.2 ohv?


nope, only real secret to a cam is to get a custom grind.

timing notch in the older 2.2 is different than the 2200. trupowercavalier i believe messed up his engine trying that...




Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Thursday, November 24, 2005 1:03 AM
Walbro 255 LPH in tank fuel pump

98redcavz24 wrote:

part #F20000169

install kit #27

I also recommend getting a flexhose to connect the pump to the sending unit. thats on the left hand side of the site under "install parts"


Where to buy:

http://www.autoperformanceengineering.com





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Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Thursday, December 01, 2005 8:25 AM
Tommy Boy ( Brutus ) wrote:

Walbro 255 LPH in tank fuel pump

98redcavz24 wrote:

part #F20000169

install kit #27

I also recommend getting a flexhose to connect the pump to the sending unit. thats on the left hand side of the site under "install parts"


Where to buy:

http://www.autoperformanceengineering.com


So would it be a good idea to buy the LT1 Kit FPG003 or just the pump and the flex hose?




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Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Friday, December 02, 2005 10:53 AM
first i would like to thank you for the time spent writing this, it was very informative and down to earth, next i would like to ask about the web sites on making your own intake i am a poor college student and i will admit i have done some street racing but i am taking it to the track this summer i would like to start "upgradeing" performance but as of right now i am straped for cash, and have a shop to utilize, the web sites you listed are no longer correct, would you by chance have any more? oh and do you know of any one that grinds cams? thank you for your time
Brent Caswell
Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Saturday, December 03, 2005 3:04 PM
Brent, I'll get one of your questions. Both Crane Cams and Comp Cams can do regrinds, along with many other cam manufacturers.
I favor Crane Cams, because they have always given me outstanding support and an excellent product. Just call Crane's Tech Line and follow the directions for Dave Maxwell, he's in charge of the Sport Compact division and extremely knowledgeable.

As far as performance for your Ecotec, start with reading NJHK's thread at the top of this forum. You can also do a search for anything you might have a question about, there's allot of very informative threads that have already been posted.





Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Saturday, December 03, 2005 5:15 PM
thank you for the help i will give Crane a call and i am finding things this is a great web site thanks again

Brent Caswell
Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Monday, January 02, 2006 3:01 PM
Quote:

Are ASE Chips any good? The link in the FAQ No longer Exists...




Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Monday, January 02, 2006 5:36 PM
Magik1109 wrote:

Quote:

Are ASE Chips any good? The link in the FAQ No longer Exists...


Funky Bottoms (Event) wrote:

if your car is a 96 plus it cant be chipped





Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Monday, January 02, 2006 6:02 PM
even if i have a 96+, the answer could still help someone that has a 95.... it wont hurt to answer!!!!!

...and I have swapped the 95 computer into my 97z because i know 96+ cant be chipped.
i dont really want to deal with manta so i'd like an other supplier if there is one.
now can someone still answer the qustion so if someone else that have a 95 ecu can have an answer too.....???????
thanx





Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Monday, January 09, 2006 10:15 AM
Another part# for ya'll

2.4L Heater core hoses, there are two of them that are binded together. They come from the firewall and one leads into the thermostat housing and the other to the water outlet on the side of the head.

Part#22623040 $77.00 from Gm and $38.73 from Gmpartsdirect.com.

btw im accumilating all these parts because of my 2.2 to 2.4 swap hehe.












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Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Monday, January 16, 2006 8:09 AM
Anybody know the part# for the GM 2-bar MAP sensor for the 2.4L?

Thanks.











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Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Wednesday, February 01, 2006 2:21 PM
WHITECAVY wrote:

Anybody know the part# for the GM 2-bar MAP sensor for the 2.4L?

Thanks.


Sensor, MAP 09350899

The cross reference on it is for
Chevrolet Silverado
2002
All applications

2002-2003
2500 HD, 3500

2004
2500 HD, 3500, Eng VIN 1

GMC Sierra

2002
All applications

2002-2003
2500 HD, 3500

If your going turbo you might want this metal screw in IAT sensor part number 25036751, cross referenced from a 3rd gen camaro. It will screw into the charge pipe and is a direct plug into the stock IAT harness




Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Wednesday, February 01, 2006 2:39 PM
http://gmpartsdirect.com/partsvoice/frameset.cfm This is a great way to search for part numbers




Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Friday, February 03, 2006 6:52 AM
Brett wrote:


If your going turbo you might want this metal screw in IAT sensor part number 25036751, cross referenced from a 3rd gen camaro. It will screw into the charge pipe and is a direct plug into the stock IAT harness


Thanks for that part# Can you kind of point me in the direction where the IAT senser plugs into the harness on the 2.4? My harness is out of the car in a box and I just kinda want to know what it looks like so I can label it for my swap..

Thanks.









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Re: Performance FAQ (Read Before posting)
Monday, February 27, 2006 12:08 AM
It might be a little late for the pics. My digital cam broke.















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