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#19590 - Very true, though there is some bull **** but most of time peo…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/08/2015 on /cars/ 0
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#19591 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Yeah, you're on the right path mate. Definitely read up on the LQ's; cause in the long run they'd be a bit more cost efficient in terms of power, boostable integrity, and capability than an LS1 or LS2 block. Wiring harnesses are definitely going to be a pretty penny, but I'd recommend joining some LSX parts groups on Facebook and searching around. They regularly have good, cost effective stuff on them, and even have full harnesses at times (and I've even snagged some parts from them).
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#19597 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
I always for get about stuff on Facebook, always assume its attention grabbers or old people lol

Oh and if you want a stanced chuckle see above
/cars/19592#19592
#19588 - Yeah there are a couple forums im following about the LS swap …  [+] (4 new replies) 10/08/2015 on /cars/ 0
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#19589 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Nice. I love ls1tech for this type of stuff. A lot of the info I know now I learned off of their tech forums. Some great shit in there.
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#19590 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Very true, though there is some bull shit but most of time people are just trying to help. And i will try and read up on the LQs because i know they are way cheaper with, like you said way, more potential. And there are wire harness kits but that can get very expensive quickly
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#19591 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Yeah, you're on the right path mate. Definitely read up on the LQ's; cause in the long run they'd be a bit more cost efficient in terms of power, boostable integrity, and capability than an LS1 or LS2 block. Wiring harnesses are definitely going to be a pretty penny, but I'd recommend joining some LSX parts groups on Facebook and searching around. They regularly have good, cost effective stuff on them, and even have full harnesses at times (and I've even snagged some parts from them).
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#19597 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
I always for get about stuff on Facebook, always assume its attention grabbers or old people lol

Oh and if you want a stanced chuckle see above
/cars/19592#19592
#19584 - I have considered the LQ9, LS2s are to expensive still, the on…  [+] (6 new replies) 10/08/2015 on /cars/ 0
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#19585 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Ahh, I hear you. Wiring is the snag in these cars. I think there's a few forums over on LS1Tech.com about people swapping in LQ9's and their entire build process. It'd be a good little read to keep in mind if you're interested in seeing how difficult that'd be. Personally I thought it wouldn't be too bad, the hardest part being finding a 24x to 58x conversion plug for the harness.
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#19588 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Yeah there are a couple forums im following about the LS swap for v6s.

Here is one from LS1tec
ls1tech.com/forums/conversions-hybrids/1165822-99-l36-v6-01-ls1-v8-swap-w-pics.html

There are a couple more on Camaro5 i think
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#19589 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Nice. I love ls1tech for this type of stuff. A lot of the info I know now I learned off of their tech forums. Some great shit in there.
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#19590 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Very true, though there is some bull shit but most of time people are just trying to help. And i will try and read up on the LQs because i know they are way cheaper with, like you said way, more potential. And there are wire harness kits but that can get very expensive quickly
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#19591 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Yeah, you're on the right path mate. Definitely read up on the LQ's; cause in the long run they'd be a bit more cost efficient in terms of power, boostable integrity, and capability than an LS1 or LS2 block. Wiring harnesses are definitely going to be a pretty penny, but I'd recommend joining some LSX parts groups on Facebook and searching around. They regularly have good, cost effective stuff on them, and even have full harnesses at times (and I've even snagged some parts from them).
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#19597 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
I always for get about stuff on Facebook, always assume its attention grabbers or old people lol

Oh and if you want a stanced chuckle see above
/cars/19592#19592
#19581 - i try to be 10/08/2015 on /cars/ +1
#19579 - Yeah sorry, this way its only pulling coupes and not how ever …  [+] (2 new replies) 10/08/2015 on /cars/ 0
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#19580 - backwoodsexplain (10/08/2015) [-]
you are a confusing man
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#19581 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
i try to be
#19571 - Wait by puller i mean as the tow vehicle not a pull truck. Tha…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/08/2015 on /cars/ 0
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#19574 - backwoodsexplain (10/08/2015) [-]
this makes sense
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#19579 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Yeah sorry, this way its only pulling coupes and not how ever many ton sleds
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#19580 - backwoodsexplain (10/08/2015) [-]
you are a confusing man
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#19581 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
i try to be
#19516 - And they are everywhere. Even up here in the rust belt they ar…  [+] (8 new replies) 10/07/2015 on /cars/ 0
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#19530 - arachnofondler (10/07/2015) [-]
If you're able to have that guy lend a hand when it comes time for the swap, it'll be easy as hell. My only suggestion is if you're gonna pull out to drop in a V8, drop an LS2 in instead. They're a better building block for power, plus you can safely stroke them to a larger cube than the LS1. Or if you want to go iron block instead of aluminum, do a LQ4/LQ9 deal.
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#19584 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
I have considered the LQ9, LS2s are to expensive still, the only thing i am worried about is wiring. It should be fine with other LS type block but just makes me skeptical and i know the LS1 was meant to be there
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#19585 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Ahh, I hear you. Wiring is the snag in these cars. I think there's a few forums over on LS1Tech.com about people swapping in LQ9's and their entire build process. It'd be a good little read to keep in mind if you're interested in seeing how difficult that'd be. Personally I thought it wouldn't be too bad, the hardest part being finding a 24x to 58x conversion plug for the harness.
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#19588 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Yeah there are a couple forums im following about the LS swap for v6s.

Here is one from LS1tec
ls1tech.com/forums/conversions-hybrids/1165822-99-l36-v6-01-ls1-v8-swap-w-pics.html

There are a couple more on Camaro5 i think
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#19589 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Nice. I love ls1tech for this type of stuff. A lot of the info I know now I learned off of their tech forums. Some great shit in there.
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#19590 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Very true, though there is some bull shit but most of time people are just trying to help. And i will try and read up on the LQs because i know they are way cheaper with, like you said way, more potential. And there are wire harness kits but that can get very expensive quickly
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#19591 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Yeah, you're on the right path mate. Definitely read up on the LQ's; cause in the long run they'd be a bit more cost efficient in terms of power, boostable integrity, and capability than an LS1 or LS2 block. Wiring harnesses are definitely going to be a pretty penny, but I'd recommend joining some LSX parts groups on Facebook and searching around. They regularly have good, cost effective stuff on them, and even have full harnesses at times (and I've even snagged some parts from them).
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#19597 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
I always for get about stuff on Facebook, always assume its attention grabbers or old people lol

Oh and if you want a stanced chuckle see above
/cars/19592#19592
#19514 - K1500 still running strong. Ones the puller going to be …  [+] (16 new replies) 10/07/2015 on /cars/ 0
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#19525 - backwoodsexplain (10/07/2015) [-]
you're turning a 1500 into a pull truck? why not a 3500, or at least a 25
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#19571 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Wait by puller i mean as the tow vehicle not a pull truck. That rusty frame would snap in 2 seconds.
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#19574 - backwoodsexplain (10/08/2015) [-]
this makes sense
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#19579 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Yeah sorry, this way its only pulling coupes and not how ever many ton sleds
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#19580 - backwoodsexplain (10/08/2015) [-]
you are a confusing man
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#19581 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
i try to be
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#19515 - arachnofondler (10/07/2015) [-]
Love me the K series pickups. Even the non-diesel ones can practically tow a house. That Camaro will be a top race car once you get workin on finding that K member. Just be prepared for insurance to bang you. I'm at 100 a month, state minimum and no glass coverage. But I got a few speeding tickets and a reckless.
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#19516 - LSone (10/07/2015) [-]
And they are everywhere. Even up here in the rust belt they are a ton. But yeah like you said on the other comment wish it had an LS and that 300+hp would be nice to have. And there is a guy near me that all he does is pull LS1s and LS2s so hopefully it wont be too bad and damn for all three of my cars with full coverage is less than that
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#19530 - arachnofondler (10/07/2015) [-]
If you're able to have that guy lend a hand when it comes time for the swap, it'll be easy as hell. My only suggestion is if you're gonna pull out to drop in a V8, drop an LS2 in instead. They're a better building block for power, plus you can safely stroke them to a larger cube than the LS1. Or if you want to go iron block instead of aluminum, do a LQ4/LQ9 deal.
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#19584 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
I have considered the LQ9, LS2s are to expensive still, the only thing i am worried about is wiring. It should be fine with other LS type block but just makes me skeptical and i know the LS1 was meant to be there
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#19585 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Ahh, I hear you. Wiring is the snag in these cars. I think there's a few forums over on LS1Tech.com about people swapping in LQ9's and their entire build process. It'd be a good little read to keep in mind if you're interested in seeing how difficult that'd be. Personally I thought it wouldn't be too bad, the hardest part being finding a 24x to 58x conversion plug for the harness.
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#19588 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Yeah there are a couple forums im following about the LS swap for v6s.

Here is one from LS1tec
ls1tech.com/forums/conversions-hybrids/1165822-99-l36-v6-01-ls1-v8-swap-w-pics.html

There are a couple more on Camaro5 i think
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#19589 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Nice. I love ls1tech for this type of stuff. A lot of the info I know now I learned off of their tech forums. Some great shit in there.
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#19590 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Very true, though there is some bull shit but most of time people are just trying to help. And i will try and read up on the LQs because i know they are way cheaper with, like you said way, more potential. And there are wire harness kits but that can get very expensive quickly
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#19591 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Yeah, you're on the right path mate. Definitely read up on the LQ's; cause in the long run they'd be a bit more cost efficient in terms of power, boostable integrity, and capability than an LS1 or LS2 block. Wiring harnesses are definitely going to be a pretty penny, but I'd recommend joining some LSX parts groups on Facebook and searching around. They regularly have good, cost effective stuff on them, and even have full harnesses at times (and I've even snagged some parts from them).
User avatar
#19597 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
I always for get about stuff on Facebook, always assume its attention grabbers or old people lol

Oh and if you want a stanced chuckle see above
/cars/19592#19592
#19511 - here my 3  [+] (36 new replies) 10/07/2015 on /cars/ +2
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#19512 - arachnofondler (10/07/2015) [-]
Nice little collection. Is that a C series or K series I see?
#19559 - fukkentyranitar (10/08/2015) [-]
I thought you were talking about the Accord for a sec there.
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#19560 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Haha, nah, I don't really know much about Hondas. I'm not a lawn mower kinda guy.

Jokes. But I'm honestly not a Honda fan. The fanboys and ricers ruined them for me.
#19562 - fukkentyranitar (10/08/2015) [-]
We are weeding them out when and wherever we find them. Then we deal with those damn stance bros.
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#19592 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Speaking of that here is cops impounding a bunch of them
jalopnik.com/ocean-city-police-had-a-hella-good-time-impounding-stan-1734763341
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#19598 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Christ, h2oi-fest. I had plenty of "friends" on facebook talking about going down for the weekend. At first I thought it was a concert type thing until I saw them post "burnouts" from there. I'm sad I even know these fucks. I went to school with them.
#19593 - fukkentyranitar (10/08/2015) [-]
Heh.
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#19594 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Love how they though it was cool to get the car stuck on a curb....
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#19595 - fukkentyranitar (10/08/2015) [-]
The part that got me was the FC falling apart in front of the police.
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#19596 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Very very true
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#19599 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
The "#lowlivesmatter" got a chuckle outta me.
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#19600 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Im a import fan and but this stanced shits got to go. I mean i race my Accord and its got 335k+ on it, there aint many Euro or domestics i would do the same with but like you said whats the point if you cant drive it normally.

and its unfortunate you had to even deal with them.
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#19601 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
They were the trend assholes; always jumping on one bandwagon or another. Now most of the dudes are gearheads because it's either that or drugs to occupy yourself with. Unfortunately the vast majority chose imports and not the good kids either while only a few actually went the muscle car route.
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#19602 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Thats sad to see...
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#19603 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Yeah. I really wish my old community would have focused on more beneficial things than drugs and crime. It's a great place to have car meets and shows, dragstrips and drift tracks. Lots of nice open fields and terrain. But everyone's busy shooting dope. We actually lost a few car guys a few months back due to a rollover accident, and their Scubie was totalled.
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#19604 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Sounds like a gear heads paradise, up here in Ohio you have 4-5 months to get all of your car fix in then huddle down for the winter. It sad to see it wasted on shit like that. If you dont mind what state are you from? And thats really sad, what happened? lose control at high speed?
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#19605 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Pennsylvania originally, which had some great old drag-ways and circuit tracks (Pocono Raceway, anyone?) Plus there was always an abundance of corn fields to do donuts in. But it was the same deal, only had about 5 months to enjoy everything. Now living in Arizona, there's tons more to do because there's only 1 month out of the year the weather is shitty. They were having a cruise-type event, dude was rollin on a tire with a death bulge, figuring a burnout would kill it and he'd trailer it home. Only it didn't burst during the burnout. Burst at 65 on the highway.
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#19606 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
I think there are a couple of people on here from PA on here And i know how much of dicks their staties are, they are worse than Ohio staties at least they are in the open . But I have never been to Pocono, want to from everything i have heard and how track friendly it is. Would love the climate of Arizona but that "its a dry heat", bull shit. That sucks, hindsights 20/20 but should have towed it
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#19563 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Jesus, more power to you. There's a whole car club here involving the stance and "hellaflush" bullshit. It's one thing to tastefully mod your car. It's another to completetly get rid of it's ability to drive on anything but a perfectly flat road.
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#19514 - LSone (10/07/2015) [-]
K1500 still running strong. Ones the puller going to be , ones the race car, and the other is the daily. and the camaro isnt the race car yet...
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#19525 - backwoodsexplain (10/07/2015) [-]
you're turning a 1500 into a pull truck? why not a 3500, or at least a 25
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#19571 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Wait by puller i mean as the tow vehicle not a pull truck. That rusty frame would snap in 2 seconds.
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#19574 - backwoodsexplain (10/08/2015) [-]
this makes sense
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#19579 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Yeah sorry, this way its only pulling coupes and not how ever many ton sleds
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#19580 - backwoodsexplain (10/08/2015) [-]
you are a confusing man
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#19581 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
i try to be
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#19515 - arachnofondler (10/07/2015) [-]
Love me the K series pickups. Even the non-diesel ones can practically tow a house. That Camaro will be a top race car once you get workin on finding that K member. Just be prepared for insurance to bang you. I'm at 100 a month, state minimum and no glass coverage. But I got a few speeding tickets and a reckless.
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#19516 - LSone (10/07/2015) [-]
And they are everywhere. Even up here in the rust belt they are a ton. But yeah like you said on the other comment wish it had an LS and that 300+hp would be nice to have. And there is a guy near me that all he does is pull LS1s and LS2s so hopefully it wont be too bad and damn for all three of my cars with full coverage is less than that
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#19530 - arachnofondler (10/07/2015) [-]
If you're able to have that guy lend a hand when it comes time for the swap, it'll be easy as hell. My only suggestion is if you're gonna pull out to drop in a V8, drop an LS2 in instead. They're a better building block for power, plus you can safely stroke them to a larger cube than the LS1. Or if you want to go iron block instead of aluminum, do a LQ4/LQ9 deal.
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#19584 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
I have considered the LQ9, LS2s are to expensive still, the only thing i am worried about is wiring. It should be fine with other LS type block but just makes me skeptical and i know the LS1 was meant to be there
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#19585 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Ahh, I hear you. Wiring is the snag in these cars. I think there's a few forums over on LS1Tech.com about people swapping in LQ9's and their entire build process. It'd be a good little read to keep in mind if you're interested in seeing how difficult that'd be. Personally I thought it wouldn't be too bad, the hardest part being finding a 24x to 58x conversion plug for the harness.
User avatar
#19588 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Yeah there are a couple forums im following about the LS swap for v6s.

Here is one from LS1tec
ls1tech.com/forums/conversions-hybrids/1165822-99-l36-v6-01-ls1-v8-swap-w-pics.html

There are a couple more on Camaro5 i think
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#19589 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Nice. I love ls1tech for this type of stuff. A lot of the info I know now I learned off of their tech forums. Some great shit in there.
User avatar
#19590 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
Very true, though there is some bull shit but most of time people are just trying to help. And i will try and read up on the LQs because i know they are way cheaper with, like you said way, more potential. And there are wire harness kits but that can get very expensive quickly
User avatar
#19591 - arachnofondler (10/08/2015) [-]
Yeah, you're on the right path mate. Definitely read up on the LQ's; cause in the long run they'd be a bit more cost efficient in terms of power, boostable integrity, and capability than an LS1 or LS2 block. Wiring harnesses are definitely going to be a pretty penny, but I'd recommend joining some LSX parts groups on Facebook and searching around. They regularly have good, cost effective stuff on them, and even have full harnesses at times (and I've even snagged some parts from them).
User avatar
#19597 - LSone (10/08/2015) [-]
I always for get about stuff on Facebook, always assume its attention grabbers or old people lol

Oh and if you want a stanced chuckle see above
/cars/19592#19592
#19461 - Well an LS swap to start. Bought it as my first car 7 years ag…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/06/2015 on /cars/ 0
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#19505 - arachnofondler (10/07/2015) [-]
No way, no LS? Damn shame. I'm totally spoiled with my 5 second 0-60, and being able to hit 80 before being halfway up the highway on ramp. Although it's incredibly easy to do 100+ in that if you aren't careful. K member's are definitely going to be a bit tricky, only because they're pricey. Maybe you'd have some luck seeing if you can pull one from a V8 bodied car laying in a junk yard?

LS1 is pretty cheap in the long run. But in terms of buildable power the crate motors have more potential. LS1's can handled about 600 streetable, but past that they're gonna be miserably bitchy.