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Fitzter's 355 Turbo Project.

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Hey everyone, been on here for awhile now and thought it was time to start a build thread.
Here is some of the information on the truck and my future plans.

2004 Chevy Colorado ZQ8, Regular Cab
3.5L I5, 5 Speed and 3.42 gears.

Finished Mods


Supermod ported and polished throttle body.
Supermod electric fan.
Borg Warner/AGP S256sx turbo.
Tial 50mm BOV.
Tial 38mm wastegate.
Siemens #80 injectors.
Walbro 450 fuel pump.
K&N pod filter.
Front mount intercooler.
Straight pipe exhaust.
Innovate Motorsports SCG-1 boost controller.
Snow Performance Stage 1 Water/Meth Injection Kit.
South Bend stage +2 clutch.
N2MB wot box.
Tuned by Limeswap with HPTuners.


Belltech coilovers.
Belltech ball joints.
Belltech rear shocks.
Belltech 2'' blocks.
Belltech lowering leafs.
Belltech front and rear sway bars.
Front 1.25'' wheel spacers.
Calvert low profile traction bars.
Front Nitto NT555 255/45R18 tires.
Rear Nitto NT05R 305/45R18 tires.
SSBC front and back brake calipers.
Hawk Performance Street 5.0 brake pads.
Stainless steel brake lines.
Rear extreme rims widened 1.5''
Extreme rims powder coated black.
Rear 4x4 axle with 3.42's and g80.


Line X liner.
Stubby antenna.
High and low beam mod.
Z71 Flares.
Cowl hood.
Redline hood struts.
Blacked out bowtie.
SS roll pan.
SS mirrors.
Tinted windows.
Supermods ASSLD5 kit.
LED taillights.
LED third brake light.
Krfab low profile transmission crosmember.
MBRP exhaust tip.


SSK short shifter.
Speed dawg shift knob.
Kenwood double din deck with navigation.
Kenwood 6.75'' component door speakers.
Kenwood 6''x9'' speakers.
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Re: Fitzter's 355 Project.

Love it.

How much to get those rear wheels stretched out?
Re: Fitzter's 355 Project.

220 each. They did a good job. The wheels balanced nicely.

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Not bad.

I'm seriously looking at going to some Z71 flares too
Re: Fitzter's 355 Project.

I love this build
Re: Fitzter's 355 Project.

I pulled the trigger on the OTTP turbo kit. Should be picking it up next week sometime.
Only thing I see on their page is the S/C kit? Did I miss something
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1# 205
2# 200
3# 195
4# 200
5# 205


1# 205
2# 205
3# 200
4# 203
5# 205
Those are good numbers
Re: Fitzter's 355 Project.

So I was installing the intercooler today and when I was drilling one of the holes I managed to tap the rad..... so with that I have a question. Can you use the rad with the automatic cooling built in and use it for an oil cooler? Looks like I will have to replace it regardless lol. Dammit!
I don't see why you couldn't.

I would personally run a B&M cooler out in front of the radiator get the coolest air.
Re: Fitzter's 355 Project.

What is this????
You lucky SOB.......if I didn't own a house and have a family that sucks me dry :hide:
Re: Fitzter's 355 Project.

^^ good question
Re: Fitzter's 355 Project.

Fail on the picturez :hulk:
Re: Fitzter's 355 Project.

Mo parts???????????

Whats up now :run:
Re: Fitzter's 355 Project.

Oh shit
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Straight pipe....... No cats or muffler?
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Those numbers are damn impressive.

So know you have a kit that's proven......... make some for retail
Well the Data Logger helped you yield a .4th sec gain....... money well spent there
Which clutch are you looking to get?

My SPEC Stage 1 clutch should arrive tomorrow! They have all the way up to stage 4 for us 355 guys..... some decent prices on eBay for them too
Any updates on the clutch talk men???

What I would really like is a fuckin light weight flywheel.
My thought is less rotating mass.... I've had them before and loved the results(s)
I don't have the boost problem :kiki:
You boosted your truck and you thought dropping the axle was going to be hard :run:

Easy work brother, you got it
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