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post #241 of 242 (permalink) Old Jan 31st, 17, 5:24 PM
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Re: Big Block vs LS

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I'm sure this has been posted before, but I'd love to see a parts list for a junk yard ls sway that can bolt up to a 700R4 in a GM A-Body. I have a fuel injection setup for my SBC, and would likely transfer it over to the LS with a 4150 intake manifold to keep things simple. I think the biggest issue would be sourcing the headers, motor mounts, power steering bracket, and alternator modifications if needed (I have a Powermaster 150 am single wire).
Holley has come out with many systems to use for swaps in different years and versions of these cars.

https://www.holley.com/products/ls_p..._swap_systems/

As for costs of the actual junk yard parts, that depends on how junk yard you want to go. Radiator can be cheap or 1500 dollars, or some might say that 1500 is cheap.

But a good open source information sharing site for everyone to use is:

Sloppy Mechanics

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post #242 of 242 (permalink) Old Feb 10th, 17, 1:06 PM
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Re: Big Block vs LS

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Why would any sane engine builder contact you for your business? You did teach me to do my research though, and believe me I do. Again wouldn't it make sense if I did contact you which I didn't, why wouldn't one person on this forum come forward and say Mark did solicit my work? I don't have to discredit you, you do just fine yourself.


Getting back to the LS combination. For you guys interested in low buck junkyard LS builds. Jarretts full interior, daily driver, stock bottom end LQ9, SINGLE turbo, turned upside down exhaust manifolds, easily won drag week, easily won race week, LS Nova, on the same engine since built as far as I know. Looks pretty simple to me, 7.80s @ 173 MPH, 1.25 60s. Thats what turbo's do
Do you have the drivers side manifold connected to the turbo going under the back of the engine? Any pictures?
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