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Old 01-08-2012, 08:56 PM   #1
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Default LSx Magazines???

Are there any good LSx based magazines or fbody magazines or something? Thanks.
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gm hightech, pon. high perf..
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GM High Tech Performance. Camaro Performers is also a good read
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Do they put some good LS stuff in GM high tech?
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haha well thanks sir!
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Do they still have ls1 info in them?
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GM High Tech Performance. Camaro Performers is also a good read
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gm high tech performance is the best magazine for ls based info hands down you cant beat it
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Like everyone has said GMHTP. Also checkout the major bookstores for LS related material. They have several how to guides from tuning to engine building and are very informative. I have several in my library and reference to them quite often.
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GMHTP & Camaro Performers are my favorites but the LS motors are so popular Hot Rod & Car Craft always have good articles on them as well.
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I've got Chevy LS1/LS6 Performance and I read it. It wasn't too bad.
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Cool man, yea there are several out there just have to search a little. GMHTP can be found at BAM, Barnes and Noble, and hell my local Wal Mart has them.
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ive found GMHTP to be pretty thorough in testing what works.
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ive found GMHTP to be pretty thorough in testing what works.
Yes they are and they test a lot. That would be an awesome job to have.

The newest of the Workbench How to guides from SA Designs are nice too they have all color photos...over 600! I just bought two..."How to rebuild GM LS series engines" and "How to build Big Inch GM LS series engines". They have about a 150 pages each and go into every little detail for the do it yourselfer. I highly recommend them to anyone.... Hell I always like to learn.
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Welp, just subscribed to GMHTP!
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Awesome! You will like.
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My gripe with GMHTP is the reading material or lack thereof. The mags are so thin, articles are short. I stopped subscribing many years ago. They do have good tech in there, but so brief IMO
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GMHTP is definitely the best for LS stuff. I also get Hot Rod magazine and they have had quite a bit of LS stuff lately.
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I used to read GMHTP a lot, i think its about the best it gets. It never really cut it for me but i still pick one up every now and then.
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