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This is a discussion on Rebuild within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I have owned my 02 LS1 Camaro since new. I now have 112,000 miles on it and run the crap ...

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    2002 Z28


    I have owned my 02 LS1 Camaro since new. I now have 112,000 miles on it and run the crap out of it daily. Still runs pretty strong. My question is are these engines rebuildable after so many miles? I want to take it in and refresh it with some mods to bump it up another 100 hp or so. Anyone have any experience rebuilding these things with that amount of miles on it? If so what mods should I make?

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    2002 WS6

    Yea they should be, its just getting broken in, or broken depending on how much oil you go through.

    Best way to get more power, a good matching head cam combo thats where the power is made. To make it last forged internals that have been blue printed and balanced will got a long way if you spend alot of time in the upper RPM range, along with a solid valve train.

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