Im a little out of your area but the guys that work on my goat know alot about working with the preditor.
Dyno Tuned Performance 757-549-3966 you can talk to Frank or Brent but Brent does most of the Tuning
I wouldn't recommend making changes like that unless you were on a dyno with an O2 sensor. You could do SERIOUS damage to your engine by adjusting a/f ratios. I don't know if there's enough leeway in the predator's tuning to do much damage, but it can be quite dangerous for an untrained person to mess around with such things.
I have a non matching numbers 1970 400 gto and I’m wondering if anyone has fitted a shaker scoop off of a 1970 trans am to one before and does the hood cut out take out the ram air scoops at all? Ok I guess that no one on here wants to answer a legit question from Australia
I have lost my key to my 2004 GTO, I have a new blank key & fob, but every locksmith I have talked to “can’t find the code”. I purchased it used so I never had the card with all the codes, who can I go to to get them or where can I find them? Thanks in advance.
I've heard that you can disassemble the driver's seat belt re-tractor after it has fired, and reset it to get rid of the check light on the dash. Anyone ever done this? My 05 has been rebuilt after an accident with a fence on a test drive.
I have a 1968 Pontiac GTO with a blown head gasket. The intake manifold is a 6 pack
I like your opinion if I should change it back to the single intake manifold with a 4 bbl carb?
I mean it's nice to have a 6 pack but I need all that power. I need to know what I should do.
Checking to make sure your BCM wiring harness is not chafing:
If one removes the glove box, the BCM is visible behind and up to the left under the dash. Behind the glove box once it's removed you will see a metal bracket that runs parallel to the dash with a notch cut out on the right side...