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This is a discussion on Ls1 Engine within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I just put another Ls1 engine in my 2002 Camaro SS....I have the other engine and I would like to ...

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    I just put another Ls1 engine in my 2002 Camaro SS....I have the other engine and I would like to sell it...What should I ask for it or just sell the parts....It has 120,000 miles on it and the head gasket ,on the left side has a small crack....Water never went into the engine just on top of the head..
    Tell me what you think...Please

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    So the head gasket blew or the cylinder head cracked?

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    No... the head is not cracked ...The engine was still running great...No skipping etc.
    Just had to put water in every day... No steam out the pipes either

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    Quote Originally Posted by SavannahSS View Post
    No... the head is not cracked ...The engine was still running great...No skipping etc.
    Just had to put water in every day... No steam out the pipes either
    So where was the antifreeze going?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    So where was the antifreeze going?
    it was making a water injection system........j/k.....jus being a smart ass...

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    i sold one w/ 120,000 miles no acc. for 500...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SavannahSS View Post
    No... the head is not cracked ...The engine was still running great...No skipping etc.
    Just had to put water in every day... No steam out the pipes either
    Where is the crack you speak of?

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    It is on the inner part of the head gasket thats why there is no steam or skipping

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    With a somewhat mystery problem like that I would say the $500.00 - $1000.00 range is pretty fair.

    If you had a way to fix the head gasket and confirm that was all that was wrong I imagine you could probably get around $1500.00 for it.


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