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Help with accessories

Old 04-15-2019, 08:33 PM
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Default Help with accessories

I have an LQ4 in my 1970 Camaro. I up till now i have had dirty dingo accessory brackets on my car. its been frustrating that they are out of alignment and sequel. I just dont like them.

So I ordered the Holley accessory high mount brackets with spacers. Today I put the trickflow heads back on my block and when I bolted up the accessory brackets, PS pump and alternator I notice the Holley brackets dont line up with the crank pulley.

What options are there? A LQ4 pulley has the balencer built into it. Is there a front balancer/pulley I can put on a LQ4 that lines up to ls2 accessories?
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Old 04-15-2019, 08:39 PM
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Yeah, get an LS2 balancer. Then all will be right. The LS2 accessories are all Corvette alignment, or closest to the block. LQ4 is truck alignment, or furthest from the block.
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Old 04-16-2019, 12:18 AM
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There are three offsets. Vettes and CTS-V are short.
F-body to 02 and GTO are mid.
Truck and the VVT/AFM applications are long.

Holley accessory drives are patterned after the vette accessories. with no spacer, they are the short offset. With spacers, they can be mid or long offset. If you want them to match truck accessory long offset, they can, with the spacer parts.

If you read the Holley install PDFs on their accessory drives, they outline pretty clearly what parts are needed or optional, so you can set things up to match your acc. drive offset. Download and read.
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