LS Engine Swap Header - GM Truck
Will this fit my 1992 chevy Silverado. Putting a ls 6.0
Will these headers work on a 1994-2003 s10?
Can I use the stock motor mount in place of the solid one
my question is will this ls motor mount kit work on my 1997 c1500 2wd and let me keep the original 4l60e transmission in it's same position it sits right now with no other modifications..? will the LS engine sit in the original place of the old engine..
My truck is a 1990 chevy 3500 would this kit fit would the headers clear
Will this work for a 1992 c1500 I'm swapping a 4.3 v6 to a ls1
Is this just for 1500 or a s-10 as well
How long are the headers from the flang to the lowest part of the header and will this kit work with a ls 5.3 out of a 2003 chevy tahoe.
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