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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-19-2006, 11:21 PM Thread Starter
 
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Has anyone put in an LS7 yet?

Anybody heard of anyone doing this? Not that I would spend $20+K on 105HP but I would like to know if it's been done anywhere...
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Anybody heard of anyone doing this? Not that I would spend $20+K on 105HP but I would like to know if it's been done anywhere...
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$30K for goat; $20K for +105 HP; you're fast approaching C6 Z06 neighborhood- - -
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$30K for goat; $20K for +105 HP; you're fast approaching C6 Z06 neighborhood- - -
That's still only $50k. C6 Z06's are 80k new, and it'll be a few years before they go under 70k.

There's nothing wrong with the LS1s, and the LS2 and the LS7 apparently have the same block design. You could stand to save much more money by simply modding the internals of your LS2.
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Haven't heard of anyone doing that yet , but I will accept donations.
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LS7 in GTO

I just read an article about a conversion like that in Hot Rod Mag. You can win the car, but with LS2 back in place.
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That's still only $50k. C6 Z06's are 80k new, and it'll be a few years before they go under 70k.

There's nothing wrong with the LS1s, and the LS2 and the LS7 apparently have the same block design. You could stand to save much more money by simply modding the internals of your LS2.
Not exactly true about getting it for 80Gs,
Two of my buddies got emm for around Mid 60s
one Yellow, the other Burnt Orange
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Not exactly true about getting it for 80Gs,
Two of my buddies got emm for around Mid 60s
one Yellow, the other Burnt Orange
Wow for the Z06? Not just the C6? That's a good price.
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