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Stock LS7 springs,retainers, and locks on stock LS6 heads?

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Old 09-22-2008, 11:15 PM   #1
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Default Stock LS7 springs,retainers, and locks on stock LS6 heads?

Hopefully this is the right forum to ask this question. I'm wanting to upgrade my valvetrain on my Monte SS with a 5.3L LS4 engine. I've already got trickflow chromemoly pushrods and summit 1.8 roller rockers I'm wanting to do a spring upgrade. The factory heads on my car are cast no. 243 LS6 heads. They've got LS1 springs on it. A lot of people just replace these springs with LS6 springs. But I can get a killer deal on LS7 springs,locks, and retainers. Will they be a direct fit? I don't know the spring rates, installed height, ect. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Please pm me if possible.
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