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Username Post: LS Swap Header        (Topic#361396)
Red_gadgetman 
Newbie
Posts: 2

Reg: 10-24-18
06-16-20 07:51 AM - Post#2796487    

About to order a list of parts for the LS swap, and the recommended Racing Innovation swap headers seem to be no longer available. Emails to them unanswered and now the phone is doa.

What other options have been tested? Recommendations?

Thanks Guys!

Steve

1965 Impala SS, my first car, bought when I was 14, 30 plus years later it is time to finish it!


 


Rick Dorion 
"6th Year" Gold Supporting Member
Posts: 279
Rick Dorion
Loc: Accord, NY
Reg: 09-21-12
06-17-20 04:22 AM - Post#2796551    
    In response to Red_gadgetman

I used Speed Engineering LS swap headers for a 64-77 A body. I used the 1 3/4" longtube. I had to put a small dimple in the #3 tube for steering box clearance but is was a piece of cake. At $270 it was a no brainer. You'll need Kwizz's adapter plates too. I have an Autogear M23Z behind a 5.3 LM7 with mechanical linkage.

1967 Belair - perfect floor, frame and pinchwelds. Oh boy.


Edited by Rick Dorion on 06-17-20 04:23 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
Red_gadgetman 
Newbie
Posts: 2

Reg: 10-24-18
06-17-20 06:27 AM - Post#2796559    
    In response to Rick Dorion

Thank you Rick.

yep, sending kwhizz a paypal shortly!



Steve

1965 Impala SS, my first car, bought when I was 14, 30 plus years later it is time to finish it!


 


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