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    Edelbrock E-Force

    Ok so they have an E-Force for the LS2, what I am wondering about is if it will fit and LS1 and if so what would need to be done to make that functional?

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    You would have to switch to the LS2 style head or L92/L76 heads due to the cathedral ports on the intake. Also a few other little things. But would be a strong runner. Those heads flow amazing numbers for prodution units.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markarvidson View Post
    You would have to switch to the LS2 style head or L92/L76 heads due to the cathedral ports on the intake. Also a few other little things. But would be a strong runner. Those heads flow amazing numbers for prodution units.
    Uh, I thought ls1,2,6 were the same type runner???

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    I was thinking they would fit. But edelbrock didn't list it for both. Maybe they just figured I should be smart enough to know if I was buying one. I know the ls2 heads will fit the ls1 I am just wondering what else might be in the way for that kit to bolt on.

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    uh.. the hood and more importantly the cowl.

    Why would you WANT that blower for your car?

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    Just curious mostly. Its new and has an out standing warranty. For about the same money you can get the same thing but I did like how it bolts in place of the intake a lot. Is there something with them that makes it a unwise choice?

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    The cowl on your car is physically in the way AFAIK. The PD's make power on their first cold pull and heat afterwards. I have procharger cars that are tickling 80K miles on their blowers without incident. They are very reliable setups that run on the street and track. PD's on these cars are tire burners that poop out because of IAT.

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    Cool, thanks for the info. It looked to me as a limited add on as it was.

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