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Old 06-19-2013, 07:05 PM   #1
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lt1 m6 or ls1

Should i trade my 1996 camaro z28 m6 minor bolt ons headers etc..for a 98+ camaro ls1 m6,question is should i sell to buy the ls1 or keep...im 20 btw
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Old 06-20-2013, 03:56 PM   #2
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Re: lt1 m6 or ls1

Its really more a personal choice. I personally would rather have an LT1 over LS1. I think the LT1 sounds better, and its cheaper to buy parts for. You can always beef up the LT1 to smoke any LS1 out there. Even if you sold your current car im thinking you would have to come up with some more money to purchase an LS1 powered car so why not take that money and put into the LT1. really it comes down to which one you want more.
1994 Z28 74,847 miles Auto BBK headers, 3 inch American Thunder exhaust, K&N cold air intake, 4.10 gears, Hypertech Power Programmer, 160 thermostat, 02 corvette rims 18 back 17 front, some suspension upgrades but im not exactly sure what the guy i bought it from did
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