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Old 02-01-2006, 01:24 AM   #31
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I love the LS1...I can only imagine what it is like to drive the LS2. *drool*
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Old 02-02-2006, 02:14 AM   #32
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ok i hate to interject here but anyone every read that one mag article about the big block modded ford focus...converted RWD??? they say they knew the choppers that made it were speed freaks when they could actually go faster with 4ppl in the car instead of two...all in all it was a sweet setup...handling slalom of a focus and performance of a light "vette like" sports car....

what im saying is.... sell the vette sell your pulled 3800...then chop and convert your bonny into a vette killing grocery getter..... i would but that damn lotto is broken my numbers never come up
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Old 02-10-2006, 02:46 PM   #33
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although bigger is better in most cases. When it comes to FWD what fits in the care easier is better. the GXP northstar from the bonne with a turbo and tuning would work the best from what i see
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Old 02-13-2006, 05:28 PM   #34
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Okay, an LS2 in a FWD car... . Sh*t they put a 4.6L N* in them and had left over room.!
Let me tell you its a real tight fit in my GXP...really tight!!
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cant you rebuild the LS4 in the GXP so it is like the LS2....also you can use the 4t65e trans or the 4t80e(not sure but it should fit)
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Oh yes it can be done but if its FWD it will fry any FWD GM tranny even a 4T80E or 4T65 HD very fast. There is room under the car for a drive shaft where exhuast pipe runs fyi. I think it could be done! Got 25K tho?
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