i believe that was somewhere on this thread - http://www.yourcobalt.com/forums/engine-mods/7885-starters-bolt-performance-mod-list-5.htmlisnt there a bar in the back seat that weighs almost 50 lbs and is pointless somewhere under the rear seat that some one found and took out ?
And i gotta give IMA credit for that.The rear seats and the bracket that holds them actually weight quite a bit. I couldn't tell you how much, but it's over well over 50lbs. There is enough crap in the car (rear seat, passanger seat, spare tire, trunk carpet, etc, etc) to shave a few tenths off the quartermile. Now granted this is extreme for a daily driver but with the help of a friend you can have the car stripped in about 30 minutes for track days.
Don't quote me on this but I think depending on what year of 2.4 SS you have, it came with the same one. I am almost sure 2007 and up 2.2/2.4 actually have the same manifold as the 2.0 but I can't say 100%. Either way, being as the Cobalts all have the same motor castings and basic mounting points, most of the parts will swap over. IE people swapping LE5 manifolds or LSJ downpipes.Hey BlackBalt, do you know it the LSJ header and downpipe is compatible with the LE5?
It makes it little louder than a little louder... It's actually a pretty noticable difference. Many say that it won't do anything for your performance but I found that the car seems to be able to ride the gears out just a little farther than it did before I pulled the resonator off...Won't yield much just frees up the airflow and makes ur intake a little louder.
No prob, glad you like it.yeah i did it and holy crap it was a pain in the butt to pull it out from above instead of from through the fender. but wow it is very noticable afterwards. my exhaust is way deeper of a tone when shifting up through the gears and way faster of a response when going on it, also it does feel like u can ride out the gears a little quicker. thanx guys