Pirelli run-flats on stock chrome C5 wheels provide the rolling power, with black powder- coated calipers handling the whoa-power.
DIAGRAM5 – Secure the relays to the factory hood latch cable with nylon ties as shown above. Route the RED wires with the inline fuses over to the factory power terminal.Remove the factory nut from the factory power terminal on the fuse box.  Install the RED inline-fused wire onto the remote battery terminal then reinstall the factory nut and install the fuse box lid.  Leave the fuses out at this time. Route the rest of the harness behind the battery tray then towards the front of the engine compartment on top of the frame rail. Remove the nut from the factory ground terminal on the top of the frame rail and install the STS ground then reinstall the nut. Route the single blue wire and single red wire just in front of the passenger side cylinder head as shown above and leave loose at this time. Route the 4 post plug along the passenger side frame rail and down behind the radiator. Leave hanging loose at this time. From inside the passenger side of the vehicle remove the kick panel below the glove box to allow access to the firewall. Pull back the rubber backed insulation to expose where the wiring harness goes through the firewall. Cut a small slit in the factory rubber grommet located behind the battery tray. From the engine bay, remove the oil alarm buzzer from the harness then route the oil alarm buzzer section of the harness through the hole in the firewall into the passenger compartment. (Note: This is also a good place to route the vacuum/boost hose through for a boost gauge and any gauges or accessories which require routing through the firewall. From inside the passenger compartment, install the buzzer with the blue wire on the positive side and the white wire on the negative side. Secure the buzzers under the dash in a location that allows the buzzer to be unobstructed so the driver can hear the alarm, while making sure that it clears any sharp and/or moving objects. Replace the insulation and reinstall the kick panel; reinstall the battery and reconnect the battery cables. (IMPORTANT: Secure the front wiring harness with nylon ties making sure that the harness is protected from all hot, sharp and/or moving parts.) DIAGRAM6 - Bolt the PCV switch valve to the front of the passenger side cylinder head as shown in Diagram #6 using the 10mm x 20mm bolt and lock-washer supplied. Locate the factory PCV Vent hose from the RH valve cover port to the throttle body port and remove this hose from the throttle body port only.  Connect this factory hose from the valve cover to the single port on the side of the PCV Switch Valve. Connect the 1.5 inch long 3/8” hose onto the 90 degree fitting on the pressure switch and secure with a hose clamp.  Connect the 18 inch long 3/8” hose to the straight fitting on the pressure switch and install the pressure switch assembly as shown with the short hose connected to the port on the PCV switch valve closest to the metal switch valve body (on dual port side) and the long hose connected to the port on the throttle body (that the factory PCV vent hose was removed from) and secure the hoses with hose clamps. Install the filter element on the top port of the PCV switch valve (furthest away from the metal body) on the 2 port side as shown and secure the filter with a hose clamp. Route the RED wire from the STS harness one terminal on the 1 psi switch and connect. Connect the BROWN extension wire to the other terminal on the pressure switch. Connect the other end of the short BROWN extension wire to the terminal on the PCV Switch Valve. Secure the harness with the provided nylon ties away from any hot, sharp and/or moving objects. Leave the protective rubber cap off at this time. Route the BLUE wire to the previously installed T-tap or pigtail on the #2 injector power wire and install.Remove the molded factory rubber PCV hose between the PCV valve and the intake manifold port and note the direction which the hose was installed from the factory. Clean the hose, PCV valve and intake manifold port of any oil. Install the small brass check valve into the center of the hose so that the snap ring is facing away from the intake manifold. Reinstall the PCV hose onto the PCV valve and the intake manifold as shown. (Note: This check valve must be installed carefully as to not damage the valve. This valve will prevent the flow of boost into the crank case but will allow the venting of crank case gasses to flow through the PCV valve into the intake manifold.)
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