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CXRacing LS1 Engine Mounts Kit For 82-92 Chevrolet Camaro with LS1 /LSx Engine Swap
Bolt On Engine Mount, Not Cut.
Fits Stock LS1 Oil Pan from 98-02 Camaro.
Comes with:
Engine Mounts ONLY. Transmission Mount Is NOT Included.
Notes:
This Kit Listed Is for Engine Mounts ONLY. Transmission Mount and All Other Parts Shown On Installed Pictures Are NOT Included. We Offer Many Different Combinations, Please Check Our Items.
Part (s) Being Sold Has One or More Registered Patent(s)

Application:

Chassis: 82-92 Chevrolet Camaro
Motor: LS1 /LSx
Transmission: T56 Manual
Product Being Sold:
Engine Mounts ONLY
Note: All Other Parts Are NOT Included.
Product Info and Spec:
Engine Mounts:
-Heavy Duty 7 Gauge (0.18') Thick Stainless Steel Panel, with Brace Offers Strong Support
-Adjustable Slotted Bolt Holes
-Polyurethane Bushing Mounts
-Motor Mount is Billet Stainless Steel, Excellent Strength
Notes:
-Off Road or Track Use ONLY, NOT for Street Use.
-Due to The Complexity of Swapping a Motor to Different Chassis, Please Make Sure that You Understand the Application Stated Here are the Right Parts for Your Project.
-Parts Being Sold are The Kit Being Advertised ONLY. Other Parts Shown On Pictures are For Demo Only (of Our Complete Swap Kit). Check Our Other Items.

The 2nd Gen Camaro/Firebird with its large mouth grille has the look that just needs to be modernized. Holley has engineered a complete system to swap the mild small block to a ultra-modern LS. From fuel to exhaust with all mounts and accessories, Holley has the complete system to. Looking for an Affordable, In Stock, Plug and Play wiring harness for your LS Swap? PSI sells Standalone Wiring Harnesses for GM Gen II, III, IV, & V LS/LT based engines and transmissions. These harnesses include the Gen II LT1/LT4, Gen III (24x) LS1/LS6 and Vortec Truck Engines as well as Gen IV (58x) LS2, LS3, LS7, & Vortec and GEN V LT. This Is CXRacing's Latest Turbo Kit for Chevrolet Camaro LS1 Swap, Bolt On Fitment, Makes Big Power: - Bolt On Engine and Transmission Mount, Not Cut. Fits Stock LS1 Oil Pan from 98-02 Camaro. T76 with 0.81 Exhaust AR Supports 700 HP with Quick Spool. T4 Turbo, 60mm Vband Wastegate.

Highlights:
-Especially Designed, Made for the Application Stated
-Fully Tested, Simple Easy Installation
-Offers Excellent Performance Gains
Item Included:
-Engine Mounts ONLY
Note: All Other Parts Are Not included.


Engine Mount Installed Pictures:

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8292 Camaro Ls Swap Oil Panlivingfasr
  • Brand: CXRacing
  • Product Code: ESK-LS-CAMARO8292-KIT
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $383.90

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Hi guys,
Some of you may remember seeing my 1976 Trans Am that I swapped in an LS1/6 speed combo in a few years ago. I have since sold the car and am moving on to another project. I am in search of a first gen Camaro, and I want to know what options are out there for using stock oil pans? I picked up a 6.0 LQ4 that I want to freshen up and do a very budget build for the car. I have driven many cars with BBC, SBC, SBF, and LS. If I am doing a rebuild on a first gen, I don't want to put anything but an LS motor in my car. They are so smooth and are very responsive to simple modifications.
I have searched for the past few days, but haven't had much success on this site and others. I know that the steering can be an issue, but are there any tried and true methods for installing an LS engine with any stock oil pan and using what engine mounts? I know that I am going to have to spend some money on parts, but I want to spend my money where it counts.
If there are any sites or builds that someone can point me to, I would greatly appreciate it.
Best,
Ryan