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Its prolly popular...LS1 powered FC3S

This is a discussion on Its prolly popular...LS1 powered FC3S within the Domestics and Foreigns forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; I know that the rotary motor is known to blow up if not taken care of properly. So I decided ...

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    Its prolly popular...LS1 powered FC3S

    I know that the rotary motor is known to blow up if not taken care of properly. So I decided on a LS1 motor instead. I just wanted some thoughts or ideas on the build. I love the car and the idea of a motor thats less than 100 lbs. heavier being put into it. Especially a motor that can definately produce more power and take more of a beating. I think its my way of building a car that I like while keeping the american muscle my dad, uncle, and grandpa expect me to have. Besides, who doesn't like the sound of an american v8 roar?

    This is a picture of what my build should look like when finished, except without all the decals. The second is the owner of wrongmotor.com. Funny how his says corvette on the motor.
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    sweet deal man, always nice seeing american motors go into foreign cars

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    I calculated a 50k building price...

    But I recalculated today, the price is now 23-24k for the full build including car and a brand new LS1 Motor. I can just go crazy for another 10k and get a LS7 motor for the car. But I don't know if I am ready for that much power.
    Last edited by lsxfc; 05-10-2006 at 04:56 PM.

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