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Greed4Speed Tradesman Level Tech I

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  1. minrider
    07-05-2013 11:40 PM - permalink
    Hey greed! I was doing some research on the 5.3 swap and came across some of your input for another guy on here, and I'm leaning towards your advise in terms of yeah 5.3s are cheaper but i'm worried they're going to be severely lacking in torque. My situation is this...96 lt1 stock heads 1.6rr cc306 lts 3"ory and tune with 4.10s i was stupid and reused the stock rods and pistons and i think i got a bad wrist pin now, so i'm faced with either pull it out and do h beams and forged pistons and le2 heads while i'm at it.....or i have a line on a complete 5.3 with harness and computer for 300, but my worry is having to swap accessorys and new headers cam intake etc etc to wind up with less hp/tq than i have now and probably be over what i would have into the lt1 that should be close to 400 or more?? bottom line is i'm asking your opinion on stick it into my lt or do the 5.3 swap? any advice is greatly appreciated
  2. Greed4Speed
    10-25-2012 10:03 AM - permalink
    I wouldn't buy heads off of ebay, and don't skimp here. this is where most of the power is made.
    Stick with reputable shops. I've learned that one the hard way. Saving a few bucks now may cost you much more down the road.
  3. donzilla69
    10-24-2012 10:35 PM - permalink
    O and thanks for reply on brackets . That's kinda what I thought . Don
  4. donzilla69
    10-24-2012 10:33 PM - permalink
    Ls3 heads hey I just saw these on flea bay . Not to
    Keen on flow and all that fancy stuff lol . Any input ? Thanks again for all advice , suggestions . Helps a lot . Don

    Look at this on eBay:

    LS3 CNC PORTED BARE L92 LS aluminum Cylinder Heads 70cc 6.0L LY6 CORVETTE ZO6
  5. Greed4Speed
    10-24-2012 04:37 PM - permalink
    Mast Motorsports - High Performance Powertrain Solutions, GM Gen IV engine development & controls

    The LT brackets won't work on an LS engine. your best bet is to find a wrecked LS and pull what you need.
  6. donzilla69
    10-23-2012 08:28 PM - permalink
    Thanks for all info . Do you by chance have a link for the mast heads ? I am starting with nothing lol. Just bought a brand. New ly6 block so I need everything . Good thing is I am in no hurry as its just a get what I can when afford it deal . Not pulling lt1 motor till the stroker is needing to live lol. Do you know by chance if the brackets for accessories will work ? Don

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