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Old 08-29-2009, 11:30 PM   #1
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Question LS1 Exploded View/Diagram

Does anyone have a picture of the LS1 Exploded View/Diagram or know where I can find one?

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What pic do you need specifically ? The whole engine or a certain part/system. Such as valvetrain, smog equipment, rotating assembly?
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I don't have a way to scan the pics but you can send me a private message with your email address by clicking on my user name and I can take a pic with my phone and send it to you. I have the GM service manuals for reference. If I don't get it tonight I'll get it to you by noon.

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I was looking for a exploded view of the entire engine.

I planned on buying the 2002 service manuals. Is it worth the money?
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yes, its worth it. if your not very familiar with the engines, it will come in handy
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Where can I pick one up? I saw it on Helm Inc. website, is there anywhere else?
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try ebay
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Pics sent. I bought mine off ebay used for $30 for all three books and the only thing that looks used on them were the covers as they had scuff marks on them, thats it. It was a total steal as they sell for around $130 new. Even at $130 they are still very worth it.
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I wasn't able to find any used a few years back, so i shelled out the money and bought them new. They have so much information its incredible!
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