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bczee 05-22-2008 02:15 AM

LS1 Engine 88893287
 
Does anyone know what crate LS1 Engine 88893287 comes with?.

Seem like some of the pictures makes long block... other state that it comes with water pump, intake, fuel rail, injector and exhaust ? couldn't find anything for sure..

Have a chance to pick one up for $1,000.00

thanks.

69LT1Bird 05-22-2008 08:00 AM

from the parts catalog:
88893287 F 5.7G(LS1) ENGINE, GASOLINE(GOODWRENCH)(CONSISTS OF:ENG BLOCK, CYL HEADS, CRANKSHAFT, HARM BAL, PISTON AND ROD ASM'S, OIL PAN, OIL PUMP, FRONT COVER, WTR PMP, CAMSHAFT W/VALVETRAIN, ROCKER COVERS) 1999-2000

LS1Z28_98 05-22-2008 08:47 AM

If thats the case, great deal for a grand!!!

zman1969 05-22-2008 08:56 AM

crate engine
 
seems like a no brainer no matter what it comes with - need to be on that like white on rice :nod:

69LT1Bird 05-22-2008 09:14 AM

If for some reason you haven't bought it yet, the dealer cost is $3400. Just a bit more of an incentive to sh*& or get off the pot.

bczee 05-22-2008 10:49 AM

I know it is a great deal.. but I am not looking to replace a tired engine in some Camaro or Vette. This would be for a swap... which I have completed my Chevelle already a year and half ago and ready to do either my 71 Nova or 48 Ford F-1 truck.

So, being only a long block (no intake/TB/fuel rail/injectors/sensor/coils/wiring/PCM/etc) I know what it will cost to complete the swap. My Chevelle started with a pull out with trans and everything I needed. Which is why I was asking what else comes with this crate, other that what is stated, (not much at times) and when you search for "LS1 Crate" or look in some catalogs, it has everything, but that is a different part number and compared to looking up this number and seeing only picture of a long block (for the most part).

So the cost of completing the front accessories, wiring harness, PCM and all of the little thing do add up. The consideration is do this or look for another pull out for another $1500-$2000 and get everything w/trans.

Just need to count my penny's before I start again.. and your input is valued guys...:D

thanks.


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