How to Swap GM LS-Series Engines Into Almost Anything

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CarTech, Incorporated, 2009 - Transportation - 144 pages
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How to Swap GM LS-Series Engines into (Almost) Anything shows how to fit these powerhouse engines into popular GM F-Body cars, such as the Camaro and Firebird, but also how install these powerplants non-GM muscle cars, sports cars, trucks, and of course, hot rods. This book includes a historical review, complete specs and detailed information, so you can select and fit the best LS engine for a particular vehicle and application. A section on mounting kits explains how to install these engines into a variety of cars using readily available motor mount kits, universal engine mounts, or fabricated mounts. In addition, the book shows you how to perform necessary oil pan modifications and adapt accessory drivers as well as choose the most suitable fuel pump, exhaust system, wiring harness, and electronic control module.

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About the author (2009)

Jefferson Bryant is a life-long automotive enthusiast. At six years old, he first laid eyes on a 1978 Pontiac Firebird, and he knew he would be a car guy for life. For the last 15 years Jefferson has pursued the automotive arts. Five years ago he reached a long-time goal of writing for automotive hobbyist magazines including "Car Craft, Rod and Custom, MuscleCar Enthusiast", and "Super Rod".

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