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Old 10-01-2005, 02:50 PM   #1
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i was interested putting a LS2 or a LS6 into a 05 or 06 silverado. i have a $10,000 budget. Is it worth it.
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What motor is currently in it? if you look in the performance truck section there is alot of stuff you can do without swapping the engine.
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Old 10-01-2005, 07:12 PM   #3
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You could make mad power with 10k



Why not go with forced induction? when done right a safe boost level can give you many miles of reliability… save the rest for what ever lets go… Trans! But you’re going to get that with any level of power over stock.



Another thing you have to ask your self is what do I want out of the truck? Set some power level goals and see what options you have to reach these? Cam, heads, more ci, fi or all these things
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I've got a 423 ci nitrous motor for sale it's a 6.0 blocke bored and stroked complete longblock. Looking to get 6,000 for it pm me if interested. It's coming out of my 2002 silverado and it's a direct bolt in. If you use a aluminum block there is a bolt missing for the a/c bracket.
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