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??? about LS7

This is a discussion on ??? about LS7 within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Has anyone here heard if you can buy the LS7? If so where and how much?...

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    ??? about LS7

    Has anyone here heard if you can buy the LS7? If so where and how much?

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    you can buy it as a crate motor and I believe it is somewhere between 12-16k depending on what kind of deal you can swing.

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    Any sites I can go to. Other than GM performance. All I can find on there is general info. And no prices. Is that the engine only? Or does that include all hardware & computer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bada View Post
    Any sites I can go to. Other than GM performance. All I can find on there is general info. And no prices. Is that the engine only? Or does that include all hardware & computer?
    best thing to do is call the parts dept at your dealer and ask all the questions you have, they will have all the info like what is included with it. Im pretty sure that includes the computer though, but may not include every bracket you will need.

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    Thanks.

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    You can find them listed on Ebay for about 12k. Installing it in an F body requires different motor mounts, computers etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonewolf37 View Post
    You can find them listed on Ebay for about 12k. Installing it in an F body requires different motor mounts, computers etc.
    I am going to put it in my 32. As some as I sell the new 436 I just built.So if anyone knows of someone wanting a new 436 sbc. Let me know. It dynoed 787HP & 685Lbs of torque. It is list several places. The guy who dynoed it sells lots of them, And said mine should sell quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bada View Post
    Any sites I can go to. Other than GM performance. All I can find on there is general info. And no prices. Is that the engine only? Or does that include all hardware & computer?
    JEGS.COM has it


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    I believe that Texas Speed sells them too

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    Please don't post this link a 3rd time in this thread, its not a site sponsor and one of our site sponsors does sell this.
    Last edited by Y2KPewterSS; 12-01-2007 at 04:27 PM.

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    Thanks. Now since I dont know much about the new engines. I am guessing the ECM is the computer correct.Then I would need the harness. What else would I need to put this engine in my old 32. Fuel system I think. Maybe a aeromotive pump. What about other electronic parts, what do I need. Such as sensors. Will I have to change out my radiator? All the help I can get on what will be needed to make this swap, would be appreciated.
    Last edited by Y2KPewterSS; 12-01-2007 at 04:19 PM. Reason: Removed non sponsor link

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    Comes with the harness bro....you dont need much else

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    I believe Summit has them. I won't post the link as there not a sponsor to us.

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    I'm not too hip on this rule of "not posting a non-sponsored link"...
    So.........instead of telling folks where to get it, I'll just tell em what to get.
    Now that should be very helpful......

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    Buy the LSX from GM and build your own LS7.

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    go with a LSX 454 bowtie block and build you own monster... far far more HP and TQ to be had that way... and about the same price...

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    Whats a LSX?

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    LSX block is a newer block GM performance created as the ultimate self build engine. It's an Iron block thats designed around the Gen 3/4 engines. ie. ls1,2,6 and 7. From what I've read and heard the block is supposed to be able to support 2500 HP. It's a 454.

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    LSX exemplifies LS performance at it's highest level....this is LSX



    Last edited by Olde Skoole; 12-06-2007 at 06:06 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleague View Post
    Buy the LSX from GM and build your own LS7.
    very true..

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