Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Mitchj, Feb 9, 2010.
nice car but
I'd drive it
looks like it fits about as well as it does in the 4th gen F Body.
Looks like the hood latches just fine.
I think he's gonna have to pull the motor to do a spark plug swap... Unless there is more space underneath.
are they trying to push it right back for handling or something
that is so fucking sick.
i wonder how the car handles the weight difference?
silly bmw ls1's go here
well that was one reason. The fact that the majority of the weight sits behind the front wheels makes it a little easier to throw around the track. It also has to do with the overall hieght of the hood and deck, compared to the front end. It's so low up front that the front package is tilted back almost 20 degrees. It's not as hard to work on as you would think though. I managed on both LT1 and LS1 versions fairly well.
nice bogans chariot
at 357 on the back, thats the fucking most badass shit ahahaha
i am unfamilar with this term?
doubt there is much difference at all. Gen III and Gen IV small blocks are very light.
Just fine, the engine doesn't weigh that much.
same as mullet mobile
405hp stock callaway tuned GTS or go home
ls1's are actually lighter than alot of the old honda 4 cylinder iron blocks like the h22a
how does the engine mate to the transmission?
via the flywheel?
^this, and actually, the v8 is prolly lighter. The e46 m3 inline 6 weighs more than the LS series of engines, and I'd guess the same or equal for the e36 version.