Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by guest, Sep 12, 2009.
515hp with just a GM hot cam
LS2, WHAT IT DO?
LS1, GET IT DONE!
i got that ls2...nascar power son
THERES NO REPLACEMENT FOR DISPLACEMENT
No you don't .
You got the LSX-lite.
LSx engines give me a special feeling down in my naughty parts.
I almost built one of those but I was lazy and just bought a C5.
It would be awesome to do a high tech LS3 retrofit for my 2nd gen Camaro but the wiring would probably be a nightmare
which is what I should have done instead of throwing money down a rathole building one
at least i have a v8, pics of your v8?
Doubtful. probably pretty simple.
on my second LSX...
naw, gm doesnt use wires cause they're simple...now if you were retrofitting an ls3 into a range rover or a volkswagen then you'll have some issues
holdens dont have LS engines bro
I will have another LSx soon enough.
just plug and play with an ecu out of a wrecked car? i thought the vats/passky antitheft system is a pain to deal with
easily disabled at the ECU, it's like $80 to have someone program it out.
IDK about the sensors, are they interchangeable with LS1? Probably. Guess I haven't really bothered to look at what's actually different on the LS3
- LS6 with ~16,000 miles out of a 2001 z06 Corvette
- ARP rod bolts
- Built T56 with less than ~100 miles
- Patrick G custom spec'd camshaft (232/236 ~.600 lift 111lsa)
- Custom 4 inch cold air intake
- JTR 1 3/4th headers
- Apexi N1 Dual exhaust
- LS6 heads and intake manifold
- Textralia OZ700 clutch and lightened flywheel (brand new)
- TII differential with 4.33 gears