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    Well guys thanks for all ya help now its the waiting time and see if I can get this donor car. I'll keep you all updated once the time get closer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw-53 View Post
    Well guys thanks for all ya help now its the waiting time and see if I can get this donor car. I'll keep you all updated once the time get closer.
    i think u should turbo that v6 and call it a day cheaper and can be just as fast or faster =D
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    The 98+ v6 pumps are the same as the ls1 pumps. It's the buckets and stuff that are different, I as well as many other have used all of v6 stuff and I'm now even running the cammed 6.0 with it. You just have to redo some of the fuel feed lines and use the Corvette fuel filter/prssure regulator.
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    so lets just say im putting a Lt1 in a 2002v6 car the fuel pump shouldn't have to be changed? sorry not hi-jacking

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    I'm not familiar enough with the pumps to know if they have to be changed or not. I thought LS1 cars run at a higher PSI, but I'm not sure how that works with the LT1's fuel pressure regulator on the fuel rail...
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    LS are 58PSI.

    Bigger question is, why are you putting an lt1 in a 98+ car?
    1999 Camaro - 6 liters of fury.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sman View Post
    LS are 58PSI.

    Bigger question is, why are you putting an lt1 in a 98+ car?
    TRUTH! I have a really nice LS1 k-frame and A-arms for sale for the right buyer
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    I already had the LT1 sitting around from my 93Z found a really really cheap 2002rs so why not havn't bout a new part yet, all from fbody owners local and all over only thing I'm buyng new is my 24x because I have not seen a used one for sale yet.
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    My only why not will be the wiring disaster. 99+ uses the data bus for the cluster. No idea how your ever going to make that work.

    Plus your 93 is OBDI vs the 02's OBDII. I think you will really end up hacking the car apart to make it work. But thats up to you.

    Just my $.02
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    It would be cheaper to buy a 5.3 and put it in then to ever get a free lt1 in it. Plus nothing is ever free with a lt1.


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