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ls6 to lsi

This is a discussion on ls6 to lsi within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; alright i got a friend that has an 02 corvette which has an ls6 in it and he replaced a ...

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    alright i got a friend that has an 02 corvette which has an ls6 in it and he replaced a lot of shit on his car right when he got the car so all the extra parts he has are pretty new. i have a 99 t/a with 70000 miles would it help if i replace his parts that he would sell me for cheap on my car like injectors,intake, and someother parts,i know it would help of course odvious but will it give me a big jump in hp/

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    All that work for 40RWHP.

    By work, I mean heads and cam. If he is indeed selling those.
    Most everything else is very similiar.

    If he upgraded intakes...that would be a good one for you though.
    I would skip the head and cam though. Too much work for too small of a gain. If you want to get into the internals...go with a 228R from TSP for a cam. With the stock heads on your T/A, that would make more power than the LS6 heads and cam on your car.
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