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How good is your Ls1 Lasting? Over 100k?

This is a discussion on How good is your Ls1 Lasting? Over 100k? within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; 122,000 on a 98 Z-28 and still runs strong without one problem, doesn't use oil, smoke or anything. Still can ...

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    Hemi Destroyer 98-LS1's Avatar
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    Sebring Silver
    98 Z-28 camaro

    122,000 on a 98 Z-28 and still runs strong without one problem, doesn't use oil, smoke or anything. Still can smoke my buddies 99 cobra with only 58,000 miles by a good two to three car lengths! I love my LS1

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    Navy Blue Metallic
    1999 Camaro Z28

    I threw in a cam at 115K and it dynoed 385 RWHP at 130K miles. No problem

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    2000 WS.6

    97k on mine...still feels very powerful...no major probs...

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    almost 80k , no problems except water pump replaced at 60k and battery around 50k . I drive it alot especially in the summer but never in the track. Its for sale now

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    2000 Camaro Z28

    I just turned over 90000 miles

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    128927 , not a drop of oil leaks, not a puff of smoke and no funny noises, other than a pulley squeak...could use a PS pump...but the motor is fine... the sig says it all...that dyno number is from Saturday and the Et from 3 weeks ago
    95 Exploder

    01 R1 coming?

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    '00 formula ws6

    123k and counting still in perfect working condition.... been to the track dozens of times.....

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    2] a4 tranny rebuilds
    2] rear gear changes [1 perfaomance, 1 broken teeth]
    ac system replaced twice
    12] o2 sensors replaced
    radiator replaced
    crank seal repair
    and....
    the pressure release valve at the oil pump froze up. no oil pressure at highway spped for a nano second......engine currently being rebuilt

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    2002 Z-28 Camaro M6

    Almost 30,000 miles-bought it new. Guess at this rate i've got about 17 to 18 more years to go before any real issues!! Kewl!

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    1998 Trans Am WS6

    Ive got 125,500 on mine and it still feels as fast as my dads 02 vette. Only problem I have had with it was when I broke a pushrod at about 120k, but that was my own stupid fault. Other than that its great except for the squeaks and ratles of the suspension, but the suspension is getting redone this summer so its all good.

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    1999 Z28 CAMARO

    i've got 113,000, and other than the axle bearings that I was going to have replaced anyway when I had the 3.73's installed, water pump, and passenger side power window motor mine has been running great since new. I'd used nothing but synthetic oil since it was broken in, and I have some outstanding mechanics at FBC who work on it and kept it tip top. I run it at the track on occasion with DR's. and so far the 10 bolt had held up too.

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    104K miles here, replaced water pump weep hole leaked, replaced slave cylinder, master cylinder, clutch, flywheel, window motors - both, replaced rear seal in differential along with crush sleeve fixed leak in rear, light harneses for all front lights got corroded by water, one fog light housing - thanks rock, numerous headlights, all of my O2 sensors have gone out and were replaced, computer burnt up in it once, a split door panel, lug nut covers fell off twice, and rotors have warped on third pair I have the BAER eradispeed rotors on now. I have a different intake on it, magnaflow cat back, knn filter - once I figure out why my car is surging i'll put it in? On top of all the maintanence I do on it change plugs wires oil fluids etc. I said forget it bought a car lift to help me do all this stuff quicker. I'm dying to find out where this surge is coming fro though I have a thread out there on it so hopefully someone can answer it.

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    i have a 2002 z stripper, 115.000 on the clock, rear bearings and water pump gasket.
    MY LAST THREE GM CARS I OWNED WENT 300.000 PLUS STILL RUNNING WHEN SOLD.
    89 BERRETA 3.1V / 96 BONNIVILLE 3.8 V / 1996 OLDS 3.1 2DR/ ALL OVER 300 .
    PROBLEM IS TWO TRANNYS FOR EVERY 300.000, THATS THE GM WAY.I WILL PUT
    THAT ON THIS CAR TWO, IF THE PISTON SLAP DONT GET TWO BAD. I TRY TO DO
    ALL MY WORK MYSELF, PRETTY SPENDY OTHERWISE...............

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