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If anyone needs LS* Info. Specs, P/N's, info.

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If anyone needs LS* Info. Specs, P/N's, info.

Figured I'd post this up. Was doing some research. I'll add more linx as I find it.

Lifter Tick TSB
http://www.pistonslap.com/tsb/020601038.htm

Torque Specs
http://www.ls1howto.com/index.php?category=1
http://www.bfranker.badz28.com/fbody/torquespecs.htm

Head Casting #'s Explained!
https://www.camaroz28.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=559479

LS6 Block ID info
I'll add more info as I find it.. I want this info too..
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showpo...86&postcount=8

LS6 BLOCK info.. Window relief info..
http://www.ls1.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-7090.html
Apparently there have always been two version of the LS1: One built in Montupet, and one built in Nemak, Mexico. They use two different methods in creating the block, and apparently the Nemak block is a stronger, more performance oriented block. (The material properties were about 10% higher/stronger. Nemak uses a low-pressure precision fan process, more high performance oriented.). When the Z06 Corvette came out, GM decided to use the Nemak plant to build the LS6 block, since they built stronger blocks. So Nemak built LS6's, while Montupet built LS1's. Since there were so many LS6 blocks made, several made it into F-bodies. Numbers from GM are that about 10-15% of 2001 cars had LS6 blocks, and 25% of 2002 cars did. To confirm if your 2001-2002 F-body has an LS6 block, grab a mirror and a flashlight. Open the hood and head over to the driver's side to try and see the back of the left-hand deck, above the transmission flange. A cast-in #12561168 denotes the LS6 block. And if you aren't able to see the number, you may be able to tell by the block's luster-the Montupet plant cast a shinier block, the Nemak plant made the duller block. The Z06 block (LS6 block) is not only much stronger, it also has 87% better ventilation between bays, which equates to less pumping losses at high RPM's
LS1 vs LS6 intakes
--How to tell the difference--

Thanks, Greed4Speed for supplying the information.

On the LS1 the bottom of the intake is not flat., but they have the X shaped bracing between the ports.
On the LS6 manifold, it has a flatter bottom and 1 verticle w 2 horizontal ribs in the area between the ports.

Here is a pic. The LS1 is on the left.
http://www.ls1howto.com/howto/geniii...//IMAGE009.jpg

Note the difference in the area between the ports and the LS1 having the bump in the middle.

The STOCK LS6's also do not have EGR provisions, unless the are fabricated.

LS1/6 Data Trouble Code Info (SES codes)
http://web.camaross.com/forums/showthread.php?t=487605

Other Misc LS* info
I don't really trust some of these specs. The displacement referred to is questionable... (350c.i. -??).. anyway.. Good info as far as basic specs..


LS1 Specs
LS1 cam and head specs....stock and GMPP


LS1 generates 345hp at 5600 rpm and 350 lbs/ft. torque at 4400 rpm. Maximum engine speed is 6200 rpm. Compared to the LT4, it generates 15 more horses with peak power 200 rpm lower. It produces 10 more lb/ft. torque with peak torque 100 rpm lower. Chevrolet refused our request for a chart of LS1’s torque curve, but we believe it’s a bit flatter than that of the LT4. All this performance comes from a package weighing 66 pounds less and measuring half-an-inch shorter than a Gen II Small-Block. Some of us still compare today’s power ratings to the gross power figures of the 1960s. If that was still being used, LS1 would put out about 390-400hp. Most notable is that this engine is the first two-valve V8 to reach the one-net-horsepower-per-cubic-inch plateau. That is a monumental engineering achievement.

That paragraph was taken from the following link... I take no credit for the writing or creation. Nor did I alter it in any way..
Also see: http://www.idavette.net/hib/ls1c.html

LS2 Specs

Also see: http://www.sallee-chevrolet.com/fram...ckV8s/LS2.html

LS6 Engine Specs

LS7 Specs

Other info...
LS2 and LS7 Info


LS1 ENGINE Info

-CYL Head Info-
---I also found this interesting tidbit..(LS1)...---At top dead-center, an LS1 piston top is actually 0.2mm (.008-in.) higher than the block deck and protrudes into the space surrounded by the head gasket. A typical rebuild procedure is to machine or "deck" the block to correct misalignment or lack of flatness. Once the first LS1’s need overhauls, engine rebuilder will have a learning curve with figuring out how to deck an LS1 case and preserve piston-to-head clearance.



Combustion chamber- 67.3cc's
Intake port Volume- 200cc's
Exh port Volume- 70cc's
Valve seat angles- 30*, 45*, and 60*
Valve Angle- 15*
Compression- 10.2-1
Head Bolt Depth- 88mm (into block)

-Valvetrain Info-
Rocker Ratio- 1.7
Stock Lift- .472int/.479exh

-Block Info-
Block Weight- 107 lbs (LS2 Block is 95lbs.)
Bore- 99mm/3.8976in
Stroke- 92mm/3.6620in
Displacement- 5.665 liters/ 345.69 cu. in.
Rods- Forged Steel, Sintered PF1159M -No balance Pads
Rod Length- 6.1 inches
Pistons- Cast Aluminum/434grams each
Compression Height- 34mm
Rings- Top and second use 1.5mm faces

-Intake-
Composite 'Nylon 66' Nylon and glass fiber reinforcement....or as we call it.... Plastic..
Runner Length- 15 in.
Stock TB opening- 75mm... 78mm TB will fit on a stock LS1/6 manifold.

-OTHER-
195* thermostat
Firing order- 1-8-7-2-6-5-4-3.
Hp/TQ- [email protected]/[email protected] (SS/Vette)
Max Engine Speed- 6200 RPM


Cam Specs
1998 - 2000 Fbody
202/210 int/exh @ 0.05" duration
0.496" / 0.496" int/exh lift
116 LSA

2001 - 2002 Fbody
197/207 int/exh @ 0.05" duration
0.467" / 0.479" int/exh lift
116 LSA

2001 LS6 cam
207/217 int/exh @ 0.05" duration
0.525" / 0.525" int/exh lift
116 LSA

2002+ LS6 cam
204/218 int/exh @ 0.05" duration
0.551" / 0.547" int/exh lift
117 LSA

GMPP Hot Cam
218/227 int/exh @ 0.05" duration
0.525" / 0.525" int/exh lift
112 LSA

GMPP ASA Cam
226/236 int/exh @ 0.05" duration
0.525" / 0.525" int/exh lift
110 LSA

6.0 LQ9
207/196 int/exh @ 0.05" duration
0.479" / 0.467" int/exh lift
116 LSA

5.3 LM7
190/191 int/exh @ 0.05" duration
0.466" / 0.457" int/exh lift
114 LSA

LS7 Cam
211/230 duration
.593/.588 Lift


Head specs.
Stock 5.3 Heads
Chamber 61.15 cc----0.100--0.200--0.300-- 0.400--0.500---0.550---0.600
Intake 200 cc----------63 ---128----179-----210----218----221-----226
Exhaust 70 cc----------54 -- 93 ----121----145-----163----168----174
Valve Diameter Intake 1.89"
Valve Diameter Exhaust 1.55"
Part Number 12559852
12561706

Stock 6.0 Heads
Chamber 71.0 cc----0.100---0.200--0.300--0.400--0.500--0.550--0.600
Intake ??? -----------66-----142-----196---228----236---238-----240
Exhaust ???----------59-----104-----137---155----167---173-----177
Valve Diameter Intake 2.00"
Valve Diameter Exhaust 1.55"

Stock LS1 Heads
Chamber 66.67 cc------0.100--0.200---0.300---0.400---0.500---0.550--0.600
Intake 200 cc------------67----122-----178-----215-----219-----223---227
Exhaust 70 cc------------52-----97-----133-----156-----170-----76----180
Valve Diameter Intake 2.00"
Valve Diameter Exhaust 1.55"
Part Number 12559853 (1997-98)
12559853 (1999-00)
12564241 (2001-03)



LS3 Engine Info Info
http://media.gm.com/servlet/GatewayS...12&docid=35824
http://web.camaross.com/forums/showthread.php?t=517467

New for 2008

* All-new LS3 6.2L V-8 engine for Coupe and Convertible:
* 430 hp (321 kW)*
* 424 lb.-ft. of torque (575 Nm)*
* 436 hp / 428 lb.-ft. (325 kW / 580 Nm)* with new, optional dual-mode exhaust system
* High-flow cylinder heads
* Enhanced valvetrain
* High-flow intake manifold
* Larger-bore block with structural enhancements

-Redline 6,600RPM
-Intake Valve, lightweight Hollow Stems, 2.16"
-Exhaust Valve 1.60"
-Bore, 4.06"
-Stroke, 3.62"

CAM info
-Intake .551* duration
-Exhaust, Same as LS2

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Re: If anyone needs LS* Engine specs

NGK TR55 V-Power stock number is 3951.

Stock LS6 Heads
Chamber 64.45 cc-------0.100---0.200--0.300--0.400---0.500---0.550---0.600
Intake 210 cc------------62------126----184----224-----251----256----257
Exhaust 75 cc------------57------108----143----163-----176----180----183
Valve Diameter Intake 2.00"
Valve Diameter Exhaust 1.55"
Part Number 12564243 (2001 +)
LS6 valves are 0.6mm or 0.023622" longer, hollow stem intake, and hollow stem sodium filled exhaust valves.

LS6: intake = 73 grams, exhaust = 65 grams
LS1: intake = 101 grams, exhaust = 94 grams.

Intake Manifolds
Part #-----Engine --------Plenum Volume---- Runner Volume---- Runner Length
12556333 --1997-2000 LS1--- 5.06 L--------- 0.536 L------------ 262 mm
12561182 --2001-2002 LS1/6-- 5.19 L-------- 0.541 L------------ 262 mm
12573572 --2002+ LS1/6 ------5.19 L--------- 0.541 L ------------262 mm
?? LQ4 4.0L 0.541 L 263 mm


LS6 Engine Info

Block- Cast aluminum, 107.1 lbs (48.6 kg)
Block Deck Height- 9.24 in. (234.7 mm)
Bore x Stroke (in./mm)-3.90 x 3.62 /99.0 x 92.0
Cam Drive- Chain
Camshaft- Hollow steel
Combustion Chamber Volume- 4.1 cu. in. (67.3 cu. cm)
Connecting Rods- PF1159M steel, sintered, forged and shotpeened, 6.1-inches
Crankshaft- Cast nodular iron with undercut and rolled fillets
Cylinder Head- Aluminum, 2 valves/cylinder, 20.3 lbs (9.2 kg)
Displacement- 346 cu in, 5665 cc, 5.7 L
Exhaust Manifolds- Cast nodular iron
Firing Order- 1-8-7-2-6-5-4-3
Fuel Injection- sequential electronic fuel injection
Fuel Requirement- Premium unleaded
Ignition- Individual-coil, DIS (distributorless ignition system) with double-platinum-tipped spark plugs
Intake Manifold- Composite, 15.9 lbs. (7.2 kg)
Lifters- Hydraulic roller type
Main Bearing Caps- Powdered metal
Rocker Arms- Investment cast steel with a roller fulcrum but a standard tip
Valve Lift (Intake/Exhaust)(in.)- 0.500/0.500 0.525/0.525
Valve Lift Duration(Intake/Exhaust)(degrees)- 198/208 204/211
Output

Horsepower (hp @ rpm)- (01' LS1) 350 @ 5,600 / (01' LS6)385 @ 6,000
Torque (lb-ft @ rpm)- 375 @ 4,400(manual)
360 @ 4,000(auto.)- 385 @ 4,800
Redline (rpm)- 6,000 6,500
Fuel Cutoff- 6,200 6,600
Compression Ratio- 10.1:1 10.5:1
Manufacturing Origin- St. Catherines, Ontario
Total Dressed Engine Weight- Auto. - (01' LS1)457.6 lbs. (208 kg);
...........................................Manual - (01' LS1)497.2 lbs (226 kg) / (01' LS6)497.2 lbs (226 kg)


LS7 INFO


-Engine type- cam-in-block 90-degree V-8
-Block configuration- cast aluminum with pressed-in cylinder sleeves and 6-bolt, forged steel main bearing caps
-Bore x Stroke (mm / in)- 104.8 x 101.6 /4.125 x 4.00
-Displacement (L / cu in) -7.0 / 427
-Crankshaft- forged steel
-Connecting rods- forged titanium
-Pistons- cast aluminum Flat top
-Compression ratio- 11.0:1
-Cylinder heads- CNC-ported aluminum; 70-cc chamber volume
-Valve size- intake (mm / in) 56 / 2.20 (titanium)
-Valve size- exhaust (mm / in) 41 / 1.61 (sodium-filled)
-Camshaft- hydraulic roller; 15 mm (.591 in) lift (intake and exhaust)
-Rocker arms- 1.8:1; offset (intake only)
-Air intake- composite manifold with 90 mm single-bore throttle body
-Fuel- Premium required. 91 octane minimum
-Horsepower- 505 (373 kW) @ 6200 rpm
-Torque- (lb-ft) 475 (644 Nm) @ 4800 rpm
-Engine redline- (rpm) 7000


--ENGINE--

Titanium rods weight- 480 grams apiece.
Pressed-in cylinder sleeves.
six-bolt, doweled-in-place CNC-machined forged steel main caps.

Dry sump oiling system
oil pan - resevoir - scavange pump (resevoir equiped w/ air to air cooler)



LS9 INFO

http://jalopnik.com/cars/detroit-aut...ble-326717.php





LS2 Part Numbers

LS2 bare block = 12568950
LS2 crate motor = 19156261 (formerly 12499750)
LS2 longblock assembly = 89017654

LS2 camshaft = 12574519
LS2 timing chain = 12586482
LS2 90mm throttle body with actuator (same as LS7) = 12570790
LS2 throttle body attachment fastener x4 = 11519971
LS2 throttle body attachment seal = 12576549
LS2 MAP sensor = 16212460
LS2 intake manifold = 89017648 or 12589181
LS2 intake to cylinder head gasket x8 = 12580833
LS2 intake manifold attachment bolt x10 = 12552344
LS2 intake manifold sight shield, LH = 12568998
LS2 intake manifold sight shield, RH = 12569246
LS2 fuel injector assembly x8 = 12569113
LS2 fuel injector o-rings (orange) = 89017587
LS2 fuel injector retainer clip x8 = 24503227
LS2 fuel rail = 12572174
LS2 fuel rail attachment bolt x4 = 12590276
LS2 front coolant tube = 12578838
LS2 rear coolant plugs x2 = 12563325
LS2 polished rear wheel = 9594349
LS2 valve springs (same as LS6) = 12586484
LS2 valve pushrod cover guide (lifter tray) = 12595365
LS2 cylinder heads (same as LS6) = 12564825
LS2 cylinder intake valve (same as LS1) = 12563063
LS2 water pump = 89017457
2005 Corvette C6 LS2 exhaust manifold, LH = 12569388
2005 Corvette C6 LS2 exhaust manifold, RH = 12576061
2004-05 GTO LS1/LS2 exhaust manifold, LH = 12563277
2004-05 GTO LS1/LS2 exhaust manifold, RH = 12563278
2003-05 SSR LH6/LS2 exhaust manifold, LH = 12567483
2003-05 SSR LH6/LS2 exhaust manifold, RH = 12567484
C6 LS2 oil pan (has shallow rear sump) (kit with bolts/gasket) = 12581810
C6 LS2 oil pick-up screen (same used on LS6) = 12558750
C6 LS2 oil deflector (same as used on LS6/LS1) = 12558189
C6 LS2 dipstick = 12570788
C6 LS2 dipstick tube = 12570787
SSR/Trailblazer 5.3L/LS2 oil pan (has front sump with hole for 4wd front axle) = 12579723
GTO LS1/LS2 oil pan (has front sump) = 12581209
2005 GTO LS2 PCM = 92180030
2005 GTO LS2 ECM = 12597883
LS2/LS7 spark plug wires = 89018058
LS2 flywheel = 12571611



Sources:
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=201190
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=203761
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=216495
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=244928
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=282545
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=207273
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=254079
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=240175
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=181358
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=278079
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=431621
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=347535




LS7 Part Numbers


LS7 bare block = 12571246 or 17802854
LS7 crate motor = 17802397
LS7 500hp smallblock = 12578105

LS7 camshaft = 12571251
LS7 cylinder head (bare, without valves) = 12578450
LS7 titanium connecting rod = 12586258
LS7 intake valve = 12591644
LS7 exhuast valve = 12578455
LS7 intake rocker arm = 12579615
LS7 exhaust rocker arm = 12579617
LS7 pushrod = 12593344
LS7 valve spring = 12578457
LS7 intake valve lash cap = 12596509
LS7 valley cover = 12570471
LS7 fuel rail = 12569124
LS7 fuel injector = 12576341
LS7 intake manifold = 12569011
LS7 90mm throttle body (same as LS2) = 12570790
LS7 crankshaft = 12568820
LS7 clutch and pressure plate kit = 24233650
LS7 engine oil tank = 12603281
LS7 oil pan = 12596689
LS7 oil pump = 12598212
LS7 auxiliary engine oil tank hose = 15210117
LS7 auxiliary engine oil tank hose = 15210122
LS7 dry sump tank = 12603281
LS7 outlet and inlet cooling line = 15210122
LS7 outlet oil line = 15210117
LS7 engine cover ('sight shield'), LH = 12574619
LS7 engine cover ('sight shield'), RH = 12574620
LS2/LS7 spark plug wires = 89018058



Sources:
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=294013
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=243257
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=360249
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=399809
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=431621
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=424127

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Re: If anyone needs LS* Engine specs

whats the stock throttle body size on a 2000 Z28?
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75mm...

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!!!LOTS of P/N's in these Links!!!
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=336981
http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showth...=coolant+holds
http://www.ls1howto.com/index.php?category=4

LS1/LS6 Part numbers...The WHOLE vehicle...

12160244 IAT Sensor
24504388 IAT Sensor Grommet
12480033 Hot Cam Kit
10238852 LS1 Pushrod
12552954 LS1 Timing Chain
12559271 Water Pump Gasket (need 2)
12561244 Front Crank Seal
12557840 Crank Pulley Bolt
12558013 Timing Cover Gasket
12558573 Exhaust manifold gasket
12559188 98-99 AIR tube (one side)
12559189 98-99 AIR tube (other side)
12556643 98-99 EGR tube
12553047 EGR gasket
12553617 AIR tube gasket
12557932 EGR O-ring seal
12560696 Valve Cover Gasket
12565117 LS6 valve springs
12560950 LS6 Camshaft
12568002 LS6 Valley cover
12658010 LS6 PCV kit
88890523 LS6 Intake
12568478 2001 Coolant pipe
12562788 2001 Coolant plug
10096163 Coolant Level Sensor
12560744 "M-11" Headbolts (need 8/side)
12560745 "M-11" short headbolt (need 2/side)
12558840 OR 12558845 "M-8" Headbolts (need 5/side) *Not sure on which is correct*.
12558809 Head gasket (drivers side)
12558810 Head gasket (pass side)
12559188 98-99 AIR tube (one side)
12559189 98-99 AIR tube (other side)
12556643 98-99 EGR Tube Assembly
12553617 AIR tube gasket
12560696 Valve Cover Gasket
12559271 Water Pump Gasket (need 2)
12556436 2001 Oil Pump
16238212 Computer (PCM) 1998
12177561 Engine harness 1998 (manual)
25312196 RH O2 sensor
25312197 LH O2 Sensor
12558948 Coil
12560228 Crank Sensor
12560229 Cam sensor
12555424 Belt tensioner
10456603 Knock sensor
9353691 Body Control Mod. (BCM)
15301401 Coil harness
25179711 LS1 MAF
12160244 IAT sensor
12552059 Water pump pulley
25170361 Camaro lower airbox
25179711 00' Mass Air Sensor (whole assembly)
12561269 Intake manifold for 98-00 F-body
88890523 Intake manifold for 01 F-body
12557846 Intake manifold for 98-00 Y-body
88890524 Intake manifold for 01 Y-body(LS1 & LS6)
12560965 Camshaft for 98-00 F-body
12560964 Camshaft for 98-99 Y-body
12560968 Camshaft for 00 Y-body
12561721 Camshaft for 01 F-body & LS1 Y-body
12560950 Camshaft for 01 Y-body LS6
12560194 Left exhaust manifold for 98-99 F-body
12561308 Left exhaust manifold for 98-99 Y-body
12559507 Left exhaust manifold for 00-01 F-body
12562638 Left exhaust manifold for 00 Y-body
12561255 Left exhaust manifold for 01 Y-body LS1
12561256 Left exhaust manifold for 01 Y-body LS6
12560193 Right exhaust manifold for 98-99 F-body
12561309 Right exhaust manifold for 98-99 Y-body
12559506 Right exhaust manifold for 00 F-body
12562639 Right exhaust manifold for 00 Y-body
12567706 Right exhaust manifold for 01 F-body
12561256 Right exhaust manifold for 01 Y-body (LS1 & LS6)
17113390 Throttle body for 98-99 F-body
17113564 Throttle body for 98-99 Y-body
17113647 Throttle body for 00-01 F-body
17113669 Throttle body for 00-01 Y-body (LS1 & LS6)
12533952 Injector for 98 F-body & Y-body
12456154 Injector for 99-00 F-body & Y-body
12482704 Injector for 01 F-body & Y-body (LS1 & LS6)
12558807 Heads for 98 F-body & Y-body
12559855 Heads for 99-01 F-body & Y-body (LS1)
12560801 Heads for 01 Y-body (LS6)
12480033 Hotcam for LS1

Clutch/Transmission/Driveline

12562765 LS1 Flywheel
12560725 Aluminum drive shaft
10085375 1LE Aluminium Driveshaft
12570277 Clutch Master Cyl
12570281 Z06 clutch, pplate, flywheel
12562765 2001 Fbody clutch,pplate,fwheel
12565145 2001 Slave Cyl
15046288 2000 Slave Cyl
22146231 1LE Transmission Mount
12570281 Z06 clutch

Suspension

26032907 1LE front swaybar (32mm)
10221779 1LE endlinks
10021221 1LE rear swaybar (21mm)
10262147 1LE Panhard bar
22132887 1LE front springs
22132889 1LE rear springs
10221779 1LE endlinks
52367658 1LE Front Left Lower Control Arm
22156461 1LE Front left upper Control Arm
52367659 1LE Front Right Lower Control arm
22156462 1LE Front Right upper Control arm
22132887 1LE front springs
26032907 1LE front swaybar (32mm)
10288551 1LE front swaybar insulator (32mm)
10164151 1LE Lower Control Arms
10262147 1LE Panhard bar
22166910 1LE Rear shock insulator retainer
10009135 1LE Rear shock lower insulator
22166909 1LE Rear shock upper insulator
22132889 1LE rear springs
10021221 1LE rear swaybar (21mm)
10235886 1LE Rear swaybar insulator (21mm)
10413903 Torque Arm Bushing
22174970 Transmission Mount

Brakes

18026165 Front brake pads
12454972 Rear brake pads
18038574 Durastop Disc Brake Pads
18039370 Durastop Performance Disc Brake Pads
18060230 Front Brake Rotor
18060239 Rear Brake Rotor
10434796 & 10434797 Brake backing plates (whole assembly w/ ebrake)
18026160 GM Caliper Rebuild Kit (Note: 2 kits do one front caliper)

Misc.

12369966 SS logo (Silver)
12369965 SS logo (Red)
25121942 Fuel filter
12378261 Diff oil for auburn
12555685 Mobil 1 oil cap
10236268 Mobil 1 sticker
12556455 + 12559261 Fuel rail covers
12564257 + 12564258 Z06 Fuel rail covers
12457574 Ram Air Hood Stickers (White Metalic)
12455211 WS6 Air lid "Ram-Air" Sticker
12455209 WS6 Lower Air Box
12455212 WS6 Lower Air box/radiator support
12455213 WS6 Nostril Screen (1)
12455214 WS6 Nostril Screen (2)
12369963 SS Hood
12369964 SS Hood grill screen
12335525 Camaro Front Fascia
10280356 Camaro Front Grille
10193494 Camaro Front Fascia Emblem
12369966 SS Side Emblems (Silver)
9593624 WS6 Wheel
9593305 WS6 Wheel
10402860 Black Electric Antenna
GMP00F Helms manual
12369969 SS Spoiler Brake Light
16799272 - Belt Guide RH - Passenger Side Seat Belt Guide Loop - Dark Gray Interior (98)
16799273 - Belt Guide LH - Driver's Side Seat Belt Guide Loop - Dark Gray Interior (98)



REPLACEMENT BULB INFO

(2002 CHEVROLET Camaro, Sylvania)

Low beam headlamp
9006
9006SU Silverstar ULTRA for Ultra Night Vision - The Whitest and Brightest Halogen
9006ST Silverstar High Performance Lighting: The Whiter and Brighter Halogen
9006XV XtraVision Halogen Upgrade: Up to 20% Brighter
9006CB Cool Blue Halogen Upgrade: White Hot; Super Cool; 100% Street Legal
9006LL Long Life Halogen Upgrade: Lasts one and a half times longer

High beam headlamp
9005
9005SU Silverstar ULTRA for Ultra Night Vision - The Whitest and Brightest Halogen
9005ST Silverstar High Performance Lighting: The Whiter and Brighter Halogen
9005XV XtraVision Halogen Upgrade: Up to 20% Brighter
9005CB Cool Blue Halogen Upgrade: White Hot; Super Cool; 100% Street Legal

Parking light (this is one bulb for Parking and Turn Signal)
3157LL

Front turn signal (this is one bulb for Parking and Turn Signal)
3157LL

Rear turn signal
2057
2057LL Long Life Upgrade: Up to twice the life of the standard lamp
3057
3057LL Long Life Upgrade: Up to twice the life of the standard lamp

Tail light
2057
2057LL Long Life Upgrade: Up to twice the life of the standard lamp
3057
3057LL Long Life Upgrade: Up to twice the life of the standard lamp

Stop light
2057
2057LL Long Life Upgrade: Up to twice the life of the standard lamp
3057
3057LL Long Life Upgrade: Up to twice the life of the standard lamp

High mount stop light
921
921LL Long Life Upgrade: Up to twice the life of the standard lamp

Fog/Driving light
894

License plate
194
194LL Long Life Upgrade: Up to twice the life of the standard lamp

Back up light
1156
1156LL Long Life Upgrade: Up to twice the life of the standard lamp

Front sidemarker
194
194LL Long Life Upgrade: Up to twice the life of the standard lamp

Rear sidemarker
194
194LL Long Life Upgrade: Up to twice the life of the standard lamp

Ash tray
194
194LL Long Life Upgrade: Up to twice the life of the standard lamp

Glove box
194
194LL Long Life Upgrade: Up to twice the life of the standard lamp

Map light
214-2

Step/Courtesy light
194
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561
74

Trunk/Cargo area
561

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Re: If anyone needs LS* Engine specs

FREE MOD SECTION
I'm tired of seeing threads about free mods... I'll throw them in here too...

Here's a couple sites containing full color photos about the freemods.

http://www.gmhightechperformance.com...ons/index.html
You cannot link to a direct site on InstallUniversity, it's framed.
http://www.installuniversity.com/ins...sity/index.htm
http://www.ls1howto.com


There are basically 5 free mods, all worth about 10 RWHP. I got all ths info from GM High Tech Performance Magazine, my own experience, and some info from this board.

You can also port your own TB. I don't feel like explaining that one so, Visit the website and read their instructions.



FreeRamAir Mod...or the FRA mod

To get more airflow on the cheap, loosen the factory airlid base by unscrewing the four 10mm bolts. Unsnap the airlid and remove it with the MAF still attached. The radiator support and the air dam both need to be removed both from the car. On the airdam, more flow will be seen by removing an area as wide as the slot down to the ridge. Use your choice of weapons--a jigsaw blade or a sharp utility knife will do the job, but a die grinder with a cutoff wheel works best--to cut a rectangular chunk out of the plastic. (see website for photo)

For the radiator support, leave the filter tray installed as a loose guide and mark around the insides of each square. Pull the tray out and grind away the two squares in the center area of the support.

-GMHTP Magazine Web Link above...


MAF Screen

You CAN remove the MAF screen by gently poking it out from the intake side to the filter side. If you damage any of the three sensing units in the center of the MAF, you will have serious drivability problems and in turn will need a replacement.

This subject has been one of debate here at CZ28.com. There is no actual proven power to be had here. The screen is used to evenly distribute the incoming air across the surface of the sensing element in the MAF. When you remove the screen, tuning it now can be troublesome. (LS1 Edited) Puss, you can run the risk of sucking in forgotten tools/ parts (hose clamps) that have been mistakenly left on your air filter during mod install...

IMO, leave the screen on your MAF. The stock MAF sensor is also good up to a considerable HP level, so a 'high performance' replacement is not exactly necessary. Unless you are running some impressive flow #'s.


TB Bypass Mod

http://www.gmhightechperformance.com...ls1/index.html
http://www.installuniversity.com/ins...sity/index.htm
http://www.ls1howto.com



EGR Mod -Non LS6 intake

If you manually open the throttle, look inside. Where the EGR tube enters the manifold, in back of the throttle body, there will be a portion of the EGR tube protruding into the path of the incoming air. That needs to be chopped. Begin by removing the 10mm bolt that holds the EGR tube into the manifold. (from the top) Be sure to grab the O-ring seal, don't let it get loose int he engine. Pull the EGR tube up and chop the tube below the hat mount ridge. You can use a die-grinder or a dremel, what ever gets the job done. DON'T CUT THE MOUNT! There will be no way to remount the EGR tube if you do!

Once cut, remove the burs and shavings w/ a file or what ever works. Re-install and snug the mounting bolt back. It doesn't have to be insanely tight!

Drill Mod -For Master cyl clutch line.

The slave is buried under the power brake booster. You'll have to snake your hand and arm underneath to get it out (have patience, it CAN be done). Once you get it out, take a roll pin punch and remove the roll pin that retains the braided line to the master. The disconnect the fluid reservoir from the unit. Drain, but do not clean with water! Brake fluid absorbs moisture. You can use brakeclean if you want, but it could stain the plastic.

-DRILL MOD-
-THE ENTIRE MASTER, RESERVOIR AND LINES MUST BE REMOVED TO PERFORM THIS MOD-

Wrap the master end of the line in an old hose piece to gently hold the master end of the braided line in the vice (looks like a brake bleeder valve. sorry no pic) If you insert the drill bit into the line with your hand you can feel an obstruction in the line. That's what will be drilled out. Use a 7/64" drill bit. The website, www.InstallUniversity.com, says to use an 1/8" drill bit, but I felt it was too big. Gently drill out the obstruction, lifting the drill frequently to remove shavings. Keep the line and drill bit as straight as possible as to not drill through the side of the braided line!

Voi La! You're done. I bled the line about a dozen times to be sure I removed all the metal shavings. Now bolt everything back up.

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Re: If anyone needs LS* Engine specs

Originally Posted by alam
weight of LS2 and LS7?


I'm having a hard time finding the weight info guys...
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Reman Motors and RPO Codes

http://www.gmgoodwrench.com/_res/pdf...RPO%20List.pdf
RPM Decoders Online.
http://www.camarosource.ca/php/camar...year=1971&tm=1
VERY good one!
http://www.lonestarthunder.com/m_rpo.php

http://www.gmgoodwrench.com/_res/pdf...st%202004).pdf
This Previous link has a BUTTLOAD of information in it. General Engine Diag, Coolant, oil, engine tech DIAG. RPO engine PN's, Installation procedures, component parts specifications .....UUGh... A LOT more... 146 pages of info!! For ALL GM ENGINES!!! -PDF Format.


GM Fluid Recommendations..98-02 F-Body ...Under construction...The following Specifications are out of my 2000 Z28's Owner's manual.


5.7L 346CID LS1 V8-........Owner's manual denotes SAE 5w30 is best. You can use SAE 10w30 if the temp is going to be above 0*F
Engine Coolant-...............Mix 50/50 w/ drinkable water. Use GM Goodwrench DEX-COOL or Havoline DEX-COOL
Hydraulic Brake Fluid.........Delco Supreme 11 (PN. 12377967 or equivalent DOT 3 Brake Fluid)
Windshield Washer Fluid-...GM OptiKleen (GM PN 1051515) .. or Equivalent
Hydraulic Clutch System-...Hydraulic Clutch Fluid (GM PN 12345347, or Equivalent DOT 3 Brake Fluid)
Power Steering Fluid-........GM Power Steering Fluid (GM PN 1052884 - 1 Pint 1050017 - 1 Quart, Or equivalent)

T56 6 speed Manual-........ Dextron III AutomaticTransmission Fluid
4L60E 4 Speed Automatic-..Dextron III Automatic Transmission Fluid

Key Lock Clynders-............Multi-Purpose Lubricant, Superlube (GM PN 12346241 or Equivalent)
Clutch Linkage Pivot Points-Engine Oil
Floor Shift Linkage-...........Lubriplate, Lubricant Aerosol (GM PN 12346293 or Equivalent)

Limited Slip Rear End-........SAE 75w-90 Synthetic Axle Lubricant (GM PN 12378261) or Equivalent. W/ a complete drain and refill, add 4oz (118ml) of Limited SLip Axle Lubricant Additive (GM PN 1052358 or Equivalent)
Refrigerant Oil-.................PAG oil (Polyalkylene glycol)....16fl oz bottle of GM Delco "Refrigerant Oil R134a Systems" (other numbers on bottle: 1#12356151 Gr. 8.8 1#15-118) ONLY FOR R-134A SYSTEMS ... Ester oil should NOT be used in 134A System

There's more here, but I REALLY don't feel like posting them ALL.... Hood pivot points, latch grease... ... Just use some WD40...



GhostZ28.... posted An engine oil analysis thread.
Thanx for the heads up. Some interesting material in here!
http://web.camaross.com/forums/showthread.php?t=468712

Originally Posted by GhostZ28
I'm not sure if there are many people who haven't seen this, but it will definately be a help to those who think changing your oil every 3k miles is a GOOD thing. A guy in the general tech section was convinced he was doing his engine a favor by changing the oil every 2,500-3,000 miles. I think this has come up on the LSx tech before but there seems to be a lot of new members posting here and those who havent seen this will be just as surprised as I was.

All tests have been done on a stock 2002 LS1 powered Camaro Z28

Mobil 1 study: http://neptune.spacebears.com/cars/s.../oil-life.html
Amsoil study: http://neptune.spacebears.com/cars/stories/amsoil.html
Homepage: http://neptune.spacebears.com/index.html

This oil analysis study of major synthetic oil brands shows conclusively that it is better for an engine to leave synthetic oils (at least Mobil 1 and Amsoil) in the engine for at least 6-9k miles while periodically topping-off the oil and changing the filter around 4-5k miles.

This would also be a great thing to add to the sticky about engine specs. It will save people a lot of money annually.

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Were the rods always forged for a LS1? In the Hot Rod link it says powdered metal. Did they switch? When?
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I believe the HOT ROD specs are a little off. Also, some of the specs were 1997, 98, or 00 based. SO they might be a little off. I believe they are drop forged, or something to that extent.
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AFAIK all stock Gen III/IV connecting rods are cracked powdered metal.
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Hi, this is my first time on this site, not sure if i can ask questions here? i have a 2002 SS camaro. i'm looking for information on a 381 or 383 stroker kit. in particular, what are all the main parts i need to get besides a new crank. what is a good site to visit for parts, etc. i had a vortech supercharger installed june 07 & partial re-build (new block & crank bearings) + dyno/tune. recently, i had some problems with the vortech harmonic balancer, i.e., slipped & came loose and damaged my crank shaft. thus, i will just buy a new crank & have it machined with a keyway & may as well go to a 381 stroker. any feedback will be helpful, thanks.

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Hi, this is my first time on this site, not sure if i can ask questions here? i have a 2002 SS camaro. i'm looking for information on a 381 or 383 stroker kit. in particular, what are all the main parts i need to get besides a new crank. what is a good site to visit for parts, etc. i had a vortech supercharger installed june 07 & partial re-build (new block & crank bearings) + dyno/tune. recently, i had some problems with the vortech harmonic balancer, i.e., slipped & came loose and damaged my crank shaft. thus, i will just buy a new crank & have it machined with a keyway & may as well go to a 381 stroker. any feedback will be helpful, thanks.

Just go down a little from here and find the new thread button and make a thread asking any engine tech questions that you have.
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Re: If anyone needs LS* Info. Specs, P/N's, info.

will a LQ4 or LQ9 fit in a 97 z28?? if so what mods?? And will it be worth the swap?
And was thinking of going carbed.
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