I am 6'4 300 lbs and fit fine with an extended frame. With a quick detach wheel I'd imagine you'd be fine, but definitely try sitting in one to be 100%
I have kirky drag seats too, which I imagine helps alot, mounted just 1" off the floor.
I don't have a quick detach wheel now and am fine...
Going to be problematic to install because the bottom rails hold the water lines. You'll likely want to weld on tabs all the way around to install that to before u get the frame coated.
Otherwise it'll all have to be supported from connection points inside the outer frame.
There's a bolt on upgraded throttle body already available, the ls4 tb, but from my reading it makes even a full-size cobalt very twitchy to drive, I can only imagine what it would be like for our goblins. But you might be able to play with the tune to tone it down, I know it's bolt on at least...
You could Look into a bench harness too worst case, I know efi connection has a few for chevy engines.
A link to get ya started.
Not sure if that is the one you need specifically, but the first one I seen with a quick...
Yeah my fault, the title actually says supercharged guys. So not sure if this would carry over for non supercharged guys or not. Took me a second to find it. Might be worth looking at...
You guys have seen the thread about drilling out the wall inside and capping off the tubes right? That's what I did, cleaned it up very well.
Edit: my car is a ss/sc maybe it won't Carry over to the later cars?
This is so true, you'll never find a bigger group of friendly people all in one place.
Don't forget the 2 main facebook groups too, also good for quick questions. I know a few People frequent both the fb groups and here.
Do you mean the bcm? The bcm only has provisions for those 4 main plugs, that's about it. Once those are plugged in. And it's installed, you're essentially done there.
There isn't much else up in the front that isn't self explanatory, there's a stage 2 build thread with pictures posted for some...