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Old 06-25-2006, 10:33 AM
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Carburetor & 4L6OE UPDATE !!!!

Oh what a feeling ,yes, you all where right but, he was determined to see if it would work no way, so many things like instrument panel & fuel pump & AC but, Boy did the motor sound great .Ok so back to original plan EFI .What Im looking for now is ,sorry lets start with the engine,specs on paper he gave me are GM, 97, LT1 (LT4) Gen 2,RPM 1000-7000,comp roller cam 218-224-112,Kieth Black pistons ? 10.8/2 valve & bored .060 over,if Im reading it right.Now what he's looking for is an LS1 or any type of EFI system intake manifold with a 6 bolt pattern like this * 1 5/8" * X * 4" * X *1 5/8", 2 bolts in front,center,back on both sides.If any one could help with new or used, Please E-mail at & if possible a phone # ,not a good typer, I'll call you back at requested times.Thanks to all

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Old 06-28-2006, 05:37 AM
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If you're looking to put a LT1 motor into the 99 Tahoe you posted about before, you're still going to have wiring issues matching everything up. It would be much, much, simplier (IMO at least) to use a LS1 motor and mod it to match your goals (and you'd have better fuel milage). If you're wanting an iron block, you could use a 6.0 truck motor. And FWIW the LS1 intake won't fit on the LT1 engines
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Carb & 4L6OE.

Hello,sorry for not giving correct bolt pattern,it's a 12 bolt,do'es that help any ?
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