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engine difference between ws6 and vette

This is a discussion on engine difference between ws6 and vette within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by 9T8W66 As I stated earlier in this thread `98-00 F-body cams are all the same. Whether the ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9T8W66 View Post
    As I stated earlier in this thread `98-00 F-body cams are all the same.
    Whether the `98 heads are substandard to other's is purely speculation based on the casting process differences. Even if they did flow less it wouldn't be enough to notice a difference.
    Untrue too.....

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    ls1 97-99 199/207 dur 0.472/0.479 lift 117 lsa
    2000 298/209 dur 0.500/0.500 lift 115.5 lsa
    01-03 198/207 dur 0.467/0.479 116 lsa

    Camaro/Firebird
    98-00 198/209 dur 0.500/0.500 119.5 lsa
    01-02 196/207 dur 0.467/0.466 lift 114 lsa

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankthetank View Post
    Untrue too.....

    Corvettes
    ls1 97-99 199/207 dur 0.472/0.479 lift 117 lsa
    2000 298/209 dur 0.500/0.500 lift 115.5 lsa
    01-03 198/207 dur 0.467/0.479 116 lsa

    Camaro/Firebird
    98-00 198/209 dur 0.500/0.500 119.5 lsa
    01-02 196/207 dur 0.467/0.466 lift 114 lsa
    Isn't that what I said

    Reread my post.

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    I dont think the ls1 is 114 on the f-body for 01 and 02

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000T/A Guru View Post
    I dont think the ls1 is 114 on the f-body for 01 and 02
    Your right it's a 116 LSA cause all `01-04 LS1's are the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9T8W66 View Post
    Isn't that what I said

    Reread my post.
    But they arnt the same....i just showed u what they are man

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    This should settle all arguments on the cam specs.
    http://www.smokemup.com/tech/ls1.php
    Last edited by NvyBluMtlc02WS6; 11-16-2007 at 10:15 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankthetank View Post
    But they arnt the same....i just showed u what they are man
    I said `98-00 F BODY cams in my post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9T8W66 View Post
    Differences are dependant on what year car your talking about.
    In general all LS1's are the same and make the same power but there are differences between years for Corvette and F-body

    `98-00 Corvette and F-body LS1's have different cams but will not show a power difference.
    All `01-04 LS1's are the same Corvette GTO and F-body
    Absolutely correct! A LS1 is a LS1 is a LS1... The GM HP-ratings were purely marketing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike's TA View Post
    From a Dig, I'm sure he would pull maybe 2 cars on you, if he sticks it, and then it will stay like that most of the way. I ran up against a buddy of mines C5 Z06 and that was about what it was. Though he is producing more hp than me. I thought it was weird that I stayed that close to him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankthetank View Post
    Not true......cam is different on ls1 vette.....it will make more power stock.....My friend is a tuner and said he seen 400rwhp on a bolt on ls1 vette...the closest he has seen ona bolt on fbody was in the 370's 380's

    Thats just exhaust and lid mods....
    Got any links to 400rwhp non-LS6 bolt-on C5s? Most C5s will dyno less than a comparable F-body due to the drivetrain and IRS. Not trying to be an ass, but most Z06 guys are happy to get 400rwhp with bolt-ons and we start with 55HP more.
    http://forums.corvetteforum.com/show...hlight=bolt+on

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    Here are some cam numbers for F-bodys and Y-bodys: http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showpo...87&postcount=9

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    Quote Originally Posted by NvyBluMtlc02WS6 View Post
    Keep in mind too that the LS1 in the F-bodies was underrated.
    Not under rated just not fully rated.......02 Camaro was 310 @ 5200 while the 02 Vette was 350 @ 5800

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9T8W66 View Post
    I said `98-00 F BODY cams in my post.

    But it's cool man
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    But in my post it shows u all FBODY cams arent the same......

    And on the other thing about the 400rwhp m6 c5 corvette....I dont got a vid....but if u go to this website and ask them they will tell u...they run a dyno by raleigh.....ask the main guy Ryan he will probally have a dyno chart for it accually

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBs98WS6Rag View Post


    LS1s in Vettes are throttle-by-wire, LS1s in f-bods use cables.

    Hot Rod took a new '98 WS6 (320HP) and a new '98 Vette (350HP), both M6s bone stock and tested them back to back on a dyno. The WS6 actually dyno'd higher. Whatever the vette might gain w/ that "better flowing exhaust" is given up w/ the IRS.


    never understoof what irs was

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35thAnniZ28 View Post
    never understoof what irs was
    Independent Rear Suspension = IRS ...


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    im assuming thats better than the stock suspension setup on fbods

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35thAnniZ28 View Post
    im assuming thats better than the stock suspension setup on fbods
    Better for handling... but not for launching hard at the Drag Strip... hehe

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