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I'm putting in a lsx 780hp at the crank pumpgas motor in a new 2010 camaro ss

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Old 05-03-2010, 01:23 AM   #1
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Default I'm putting in a lsx 780hp at the crank pumpgas motor in a new 2010 camaro ss

It is just as easy to drop the motor out the bottom with the kmember attached, or is it easier to pull it out the top? I'm starting this project next week, and 'i ahvent eveen looked under the hood yet to see for myself. Just wanted your opinions.
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Post a lot of photos of the build...
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oh I will be. Starting next week. Just wanted and tricks people may know, as this is our first motor swap in a 5th gen.
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i always had better luck dropping motors as a whole with kframe and tranny attached down through the bottom.
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This is the motor going in the new camaro. We mocked it up to take pictures for the owner. BIG CUBE LSX pump gas car.




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i pulled it out the top, plenty of room to work on these cars
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