LS2 in 98 TA
This is a discussion on LS2 in 98 TA within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; I am new to LS motors. I have a 98 TA and want to build a 6.0 motor for it. ...
12-26-2008, 08:13 AM #1
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LS2 in 98 TA
I am new to LS motors. I have a 98 TA and want to build a 6.0 motor for it. I have located several salvage motors. I would like to use the L92 heads and L76 intake plus a cam swap. My main question is wouldI be better off with the ecu and wiring harness from the salvage engine or convert the 6.0 to use my 98 ecu and stock wiring? From what I have read it sounds like a lot of work to convert the 6.0 to use the 98 wiring. What with the knock sensors, reluctor wheel, injector connections among other things. Any help would greatly appreciated. Thanks Dave Ps The car will be street driven only.
12-26-2008, 09:37 AM #2
its usually best when doing swaps to use everything from the donor vehicle. it makes tuning easier, and makes the build generally easier.
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