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FAST vs. LS6

This is a discussion on FAST vs. LS6 within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by Dr.Crash Ya I just ordered my fast and looking to sell my LS6 as well Haha Shucks ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Crash View Post
    Ya I just ordered my fast and looking to sell my LS6 as well Haha
    Shucks I was up in Sac a few weeks ago. Could have picked that up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    Yes I am,,,but for anymore than $300 shipped I wouldn't be interested. Since I have to invest in coolant lines, gaskets etc...that will set me back another $100.
    Sorry, I probably won't be selling mine for awhile.... Clutch comes first this spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by konigandy6 View Post
    Sorry, I probably won't be selling mine for awhile.... Clutch comes first this spring.
    Ya I'd say the clutch would have top priority

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    Ya I'd say the clutch would have top priority
    Yeah.... if it was up to me, the clutch, rear end, and intake/tb would all be changed at once..... but then I don't think I'd have a wife anymore....

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    Quote Originally Posted by konigandy6 View Post
    Yeah.... if it was up to me, the clutch, rear end, and intake/tb would all be changed at once..... but then I don't think I'd have a wife anymore....
    so what are ya waitin' for!

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    Quote Originally Posted by side2000 View Post
    so what are ya waitin' for!
    Touche

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    It could be that people tend to shy away from the cast aluminum construction. It's a little heavier than plastic and it also holds more heat. Something not condusive to HP when talking about intakes.

    I do favor the BBK though for boosted or NOS applications,,,just seems like a solid piece, plastic is a little scary for this in my opinion. Alot of people do it though That 2 piece design of the FAST scares the hell outta me for this reason (and a couple others),,,,,, but it also makes porting much easier.
    Just alot of different ways to look at it.

    For me the LS6 intake does the job on stock cubes and naturally aspirated. Thats all I plan on having. If I built a stroker motor I probably wouldn't hesitate for a better intake but for what I'm doing I have a hard time swallowing the price for such a small gain in HP that I would get. I'd rather spend $1,200 on something else personally.
    If you are squeaking for every last bit then by all means.....
    The FAST manifold has optional burst panels in it to save it from nitrous backfire and high boost. You don't really have to worry that much with the FAST its safe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedVertTA View Post
    The FAST manifold has optional burst panels in it to save it from nitrous backfire and high boost. You don't really have to worry that much with the FAST its safe.
    That really doesn't comfort me much

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