I'm a Big GM guy and I love F-bodies and me and some guys were talking about putting long tube headers on cars. Well I told them that I think putting long tube headers on a modular mustang is harder than putting them on a LS1. We they disagreed. I know that putting long tubes on a modular is a PITA, cause we did it on my buddies car when he did a engine swap. So I was wondering what you guys think and I know the LT1's are were worse than the LS1's, but we were only talking about LS1's.
Originally Posted by thislswon
I had sex with a chair, had an orgasm on stage, and gave head to a beer bottle
Me and a friend spent 3 days of working 20hrs a day on putting the LT's on his mustang. After those 3 grueling days we looked at the box it came in and noticed it said "for cars equipped with automatic transmission only". His was a 5sp. He sent them back to BBK and got his money back and i havent worked on a Ford since.
__________________ 2011 Chevrolet Silverado LTZ Z71. Crew cab. 6.2L V8
I wonder if the people who picked LS1 has seen the engine bay of a Mod mustang.
They certainly never tried it. The worst part is you don't gain much. My buddies '98 Cobra gained either 9 or 12 at the wheels.
__________________ "No way dude...i saw an LS1 fight godzilla and the LS1 beat godzilla and it looked in the air and was like what do you think of that god? And god was like bring it bitch, so they fought and the LS1 beat god and now the LS1 is god because its the greatest thing ever"
every ls1 ive done slip in like butter, i dont unhook anything like some say to. my instructions said to remove the starter, the oil filter the block off plate above the filter and the steering shaft....... i unhooked the battery so i didnt arc the post on the starter and they slid right in. the driver side rear corner of the flange barely hit the firewall and a little push and it was in. nothing to it. ive done hooker/flowtechs and pasesetters and they have all fell right in
(1 of 301) gold Z28's (1 of 1) calico camaro's
M6 with 6.0L swap