It looks like we are going to have some nice weather this weekend so I'm going to try get some work done on the car. I rounded up some parts so I have plenty to do Holley Supercomp long-tube headers FTI 2800-3000 billet converter Hughes SFI flex plate Trans filter & fluid Lokar flex trans dipstick Some sweet banjo to -6an trans cooler fittings (low profile) Holley 95mm mechanical tb Lokar throttle cable PS reservoir and mount I actually ended up getting the Kwik performance A/C bracket as it is smaller cleaner uses the factory vette belt tensioner and mounts slightly lower than other options I still need the following: Radiator hoses P/S fittings adapt to hydroboost and gear box Driveshaft Shifter or mod kit for factory shifter Computer and harness Fuel tank & pump & filters & lines etc. Finish trans crossmember Trans cooler and lines Vintage air A/C system I want to try to keep the factory coolant overflow can but the lower rad hose is gong to get really close so I am thinking about getting one of the straight waternecks to remove the extra 90* bend in the hose and make it a straight shot to the radiator. I have decided to go with the Holley Terminator EFI kit. After clearing up some of the confusion with a Holley tech I realized that the Terminator EFI is just the name they tack on to the Dominator ecu when they package it in a kit with wire harness handheld programmer etc. I plan on using their 7.5" touch screen digital dash as my gauge cluster. I found out that I have an oddball LS2 The '05 vette LS2 was a 24x 1x setup but it has the front mount cam sensor and the dual side mount knock sensors like the later 58x 4x engines. So a 58x harness wont work and a 24x ls1-6 harness wont work either..... I did find an extension harness to attach to the LS1-6 harness that moves the cam sensor to the front and "single wire" knock sensors to the side of the block. I have not looked to see if the LS2 sensors are "single wire"? If not I have some old single wire sensors from a 24x 1x 5.3 truck engine that are good so I will give them a try. For what it's worth I believe this will be the same issue on '05-'06 GTO LS2 engines as well but the vette went to the 58x 4x in '06.