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Old 12-11-2009, 03:34 PM   #1
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I KNOW The LS firing order is 1-8-7-2-6-5-4-3, but what cylinder is # 1 # 2 #3 ...etc etc .. in the block .. searched but cant find it .. i know older sbc 18436572 driverside of block is 1 3 5 7 passside 2 4 6 8..what is it on a ls motor ..thanks
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pretty sure its the same as u have listed
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Correct, even on the driver's side starting at #1 and going back. Starts at #2 on the passenger bank and heads back.
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driver side is 1,3,5,7


edit: ^ beat me to it

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Call me QuickDraw McGraw....or something
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Correct...Also a good rule of thumb is... the cylinder head that is closest to the front of engine is always cylinder one.
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driverside 1 3 5 7
passside 2 4 6 8.....correct?
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Correct...Also a good rule of thumb is... the cylinder head that is closest to the front of engine is always cylinder one.
TOTALLY WRONG . The pontiac motor has #1 on the drivers side and the pass side head is in front of IT
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Correct...Also a good rule of thumb is... the cylinder head that is closest to the front of engine is always cylinder one.
To anyone else still confused, just stand in front of your car and look at this:

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driver side is 1,3,5,7


edit: ^ beat me to it
lol ... queeerr get ur car out already see now u can get on ls1tech
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To anyone else still confused, just stand in front of your car and look at this:

Totally correct for a chevy motors. But not a pontiac motor. You know a real pontiac motor. 455 400 326 ETC
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correct...also a good rule of thumb is... The cylinder head that is closest to the front of engine is always cylinder one.
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Totally correct for a chevy motors. But not a pontiac motor. You know a real pontiac motor. 455 400 326 ETC
He didn't ask about Pontiac motors...
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bring this back from the dead...sorry to even ask...but, what about FWD LS4...would think is the same but, the front of the motor would be considered where the ACC belt is right? so...my intake faces the back if you look at it that way LOL...but its FWD LOL...
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bring this back from the dead...sorry to even ask...but, what about FWD LS4...would think is the same but, the front of the motor would be considered where the ACC belt is right? so...my intake faces the back if you look at it that way LOL...but its FWD LOL...
Correct, when you look at the front drive accesories, that is the correct perspective!
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