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    Default LSA crate drive train

    I am sitting here watching the PowerBlock on Spike as I do most weekends. They just showed that GM Performance is now offering an LSA with 4l85E. That is the same drive train that is in the ZL1 Camaro. Not only does the kit come with engine/tranny it also includes all the extra stuff to make them run!!
    http://www.jegs.com/i/GM+Performance...FQ7znAoduHwAiw





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    and all for the low low price of $17,252.99....

    Alex


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    Yeah If I would have had crazy money when doing my swap, I would have actually bought a 572 GMPP fuel injected engine for $14,000 and got a 4l80e and been perfectly happy. Total horsepower 825 dyno proven. But that LSA is very very nice.
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    Those kits are crazy expensive but GM doesnt have a problem selling them theres custom car builders that have no problem parting with that kind of money for a drop in kit that can be assembled and running in 2 days. It makes engine conversions a snap and theres a lot of customers out there willing to pay for that ease.

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    I wish I was one of the custom car builders that have no problem affording those engines but I'm just a poor boy.

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