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Old 11-24-2002, 05:32 PM   #1
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Question What does LS-1 stand for?

does LS-1 stand for anything?
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It stands for your engine code, in fact, all the options your car came with would be posted as a code, on a sticker on your driver side door. LS1 means you have the 5.7L V8, same engine in the C5 corvettes.
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Old 11-24-2002, 06:39 PM   #3
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"LS1", is a GM factory code for the type of engine you have. Some other engine codes are: LT1-346ci cast iron block, aluminum heads, LT4-454ci, 425HP (I think). More codes of engines, even though I do not know the specs are, ZR1,L89,LS4- 396cu, 375HP.

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Old 11-24-2002, 07:13 PM   #4
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Your way off on what Code is what engine..

I MEAN WAY OFF!!!

anyways..

it just an engine code.. nothing else
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LT4, 454 CI????
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LS4? I think its LS6, and LT4?
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Old 11-24-2002, 11:28 PM   #7
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ls-1

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i know i have the same engine as a c5 and what not. what i ment to say what does the "L" and the "S" stand for?
well obviously it dosent mean Lingenfelter. are they initials for anything?
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nope, none of the codes on the camaro's can be put that way, at least I don't think
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Re: ls-1

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i know i have the same engine as a c5 and what not. what i ment to say what does the "L" and the "S" stand for?
well obviously it dosent mean Lingenfelter. are they initials for anything?
it means nothing.. its a code...
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