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This is a discussion on What is required........... within the LS2/LS3/LS4/LSx forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Originally Posted by Smittro Here ya go Shady.. Check out post #9.. http://www.ls1.com/forums/showthread.php?t=143377 the 4l80 is a different beast all ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smittro View Post
    Here ya go Shady.. Check out post #9..4l60e swap to turbo 400
    the 4l80 is a different beast all together..i was talking about the 6l80e ..it is lighter and no so bulky as the 4l80e

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    oh i never said easy i like it for the fact it is a 6 speed...and the ratios are pretty legit ..i know the 6l80e is shorter than the 4l60e ..and the bulfk of the 6l80e is in the top..so hammering would be modding...also it requires a 58 tooth reluctor wheel to function properly..in which case it would be wise to get the harness...or get the whole combo from speartech
    Yeah I understand. I also mentioned it for the OD factor over the TH400.. He mentioned that first gear is way too long also..
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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    the 4l80 is a different beast all together..i was talking about the 6l80e ..it is lighter and no so bulky as the 4l80e
    Duh my bad.. I missed that.. You're talking about the 5th gen tranny right? Damn' I only follow the 3.6 DI DOHC v6.. Go figure huh?
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    need the harness

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    there was a 98-02 maro for sale on tech couple months ago with a ls3 but it was a M6

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    I'm just going on GM history but it would make sense that they would keep them the same. You could take an old 70's small block car with a Muncie 4 speed and bolt that tranny to a 454 with little to no problems. Changing bolt patterns adds cost so that's not exactly something a company would want to do. The LS engines are what, 13 years old? They kept the same tranny/engine bolt patterns basically the same up until the LT1. Honda did the same thing with their B series engines as you would swap a B16 transmission with the B18 (so if any hondaphile things Honda was the originator of that, smack them). Of course, I've been out of the chevy way of life for a while so don't take my word on anything. I just don't see any logic in changing them around after such a short period of time.

    Or, I just made a complete fool of myself...

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    so how much money would we be looking here? i have a intern position set up next summer and should start bringing in some "big money" lol

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    a rough figure is 3-4k for a used ls3
    conversion adapters 300
    new TB (300-400)
    pcm costs (wiring if needed and or replacement (200-300)
    other things missed or needed to be replaced (300ish)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    a rough figure is 3-4k for a used ls3
    conversion adapters 300
    new TB (300-400)
    pcm costs (wiring if needed and or replacement (200-300)
    other things missed or needed to be replaced (300ish)
    make it and even 8-10k hahahaha some how or anther is always ends up that way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird-WS6 View Post
    make it and even 8-10k hahahaha some how or anther is always ends up that way
    true ^

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    hmm. interesting...

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