Brake booster delete, Coors Light brand radiator overflow tank, that's some Git-R-Dun but the rest is really clean work!
How do the brakes feel after the booster delete?
I'm also curious about the oil pan, headers, and engine mounts you used. Nice build!
Thanks!! I'm going to be sharing a few more pics on here in the near future once I get a couple more things done!
The Coors Light can is the overflow for the overflow! I'm using the Chase Bays overflow can and it has a drain on it and instead of that just dumping to the ground, I routed it to the Coors can. I don't think the beer can has seen any fluid but its just fun to have it sitting there.
The brakes are a bit firm and require more pedal travel than an assisted car but they work well. I don't have many miles on the booster delete yet to give a solid review. I'm doing the Mercedes/Evo caliper upgrade here this weekend and hope that improves the feel and performance.
The factory oil pan on an LS1 out of an F-body Camaro is rear sump so it had no trouble clearing the subframe and steering rack. I used the CX Racing swap kit for the headers, exhaust, and motor/trans mounts. The headers fit decently but I needed to notch them in a few places. The transmission mount fit perfectly. The motor mounts didn't fit at all. I ended up cutting their mounts apart to then cut them at different angles, then weld them back together. Since I was essentially making new motor mounts, I was able to get the engine as low as possible while still keeping the subframe as the lowest point and the oil pan protected. I'm also using the CX Racing Y-pipe and mid-pipe all bolted up to my Blitz Nur Spec muffler.