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threads are getting crazy in here so im gonna cram all my questions in this post LMAO.....may be adding and editing to the post of Q and A so feel free to post as many times as desired...
"When responding to this post" Please answer questions 1-8 in a numerical fashion then add your comments in a summary at the end of your post..this will eliminate post clutter ..Thank you.

#1: what is the safest breakin point on the engine?
#2: I have heard of people having problems with the stock tranny getting loose on the LS2.. is there any truth in this?
#3: Is there a way to kill the daytime running lights?
#4: what do you think ? supercharger or turbo? and why?
#5: where does the skip shift eliminator plug in?
#6: engine overly hot?
#7: anyone seen any lambo door kits or rear wide body kits for the GTO?
#8: weight ratio between front and rear?

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#4... Turbo, always. Unless you just want the ease and "company support" of a blower kit. Turbo will make more power, simply because it doesn't take power to make power.

#5 Just get a tune, and have em take that out in the process.

#7 (part A) For the LOVE OF GOD NOOOO.
 
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Vedli said:
#1: what is the safest breakin point on the engine?
#2: I have heard of people having problems with the stock tranny getting loose on the LS2.. is there any truth in this?
#3: Is there a way to kill the daytime running lights?
#4: what do you think ? supercharger or turbo? and why?
#5: where does the skip shift eliminator plug in?
#6: engine overly hot?
#7: anyone seen any lambo door kits or rear wide body kits for the GTO?
#8: weight ratio between front and rear?
1-newer motors dont really need a break-in period anymore, rip it when you get it!
2-nothing I have read.
3-SURE, take the bulbs out. :D Seriously there is a way, its in the PCM.
4-depends on your needs and driving habits. Supercharger is instant power, turbo will eventually need to be rebuilt as that much exhaust heat will wreak havoc on any bearing.
5-From underneath, on the passenger side of the transmission, up close to the body.
6-Not if your fans and thermostat are working properly.
7-Yes, I can provide you a name of a company if your interested.
8-52 front, 48 rear.
 
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