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Why no hybrid L61/LSJ builds?

Old 08-23-2015, 10:25 PM
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Diamonds meant for the lsj are going to do the same thing
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Old 08-23-2015, 10:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Slowbalt2000 View Post
Diamonds meant for the lsj are going to do the same thing
Diamond makes a set for the 2.2 liter ecotec. http://www.diamondracing.net/pdf/Chevy-Section.pdf
Part number 10000.
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you will need to use 2.2 rods as well
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Old 08-23-2015, 11:11 PM
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Originally Posted by 07blackg5 View Post
you will need to use 2.2 rods as well
Yup😉
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Right from the L61 build book

"The 2.0L LSJ ECOTEC engine has forged steel rods similar
to Small Block Chevy “Pink Rod.” The forged steel rods are
made of high quality material and have a cap screw 23 mm
small end, and a full floating bronze bushing. These rods are
available through GM under part number 12755126. These
rods require GM Performance Parts piston set part number
88958634 to work with the stock 2.2L crankshaft"
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Old 08-24-2015, 12:00 AM
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i know a couple of people who ran a 2.2 crower rods in a lsj with lsj pistons raised the compression 1 point

i am sure some people ran the lsj rod and piston years ago
get an accurate measurement may not be as far as you think



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Right from the L61 build book

"The 2.0L LSJ ECOTEC engine has forged steel rods similar
to Small Block Chevy “Pink Rod.” The forged steel rods are
made of high quality material and have a cap screw 23 mm
small end, and a full floating bronze bushing. These rods are
available through GM under part number 12755126. These
rods require GM Performance Parts piston set part number
88958634 to work with the stock 2.2L crankshaft"

the book is wrong on the rods they are not a forged piece
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Old 08-24-2015, 01:25 AM
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Also those pistons are impossible to find
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Old 08-24-2015, 01:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Slowbalt2000 View Post
Also those pistons are impossible to find
Jegs says they got 'em. $880!
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**** that lol. All to use a stock rod?

Eagles and wisecos are 780 shipped on ebay
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i doubt jegs stocks ecotec parts those pistons will be a custom order
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Not to mention if its the special gm piston they havent been made in forever
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Originally Posted by mrbelvedere View Post
i know a couple of people who ran a 2.2 crower rods in a lsj with lsj pistons raised the compression 1 point

i am sure some people ran the lsj rod and piston years ago
get an accurate measurement may not be as far as you think






the book is wrong on the rods they are not a forged piece
I was more pointing to the special part number if the guy didn't want to go with a thicker head gasket
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So can anyone tell me what would be need to make a 2.1 out of a 2.4 block using the crank from the 2.0 thanks have been looking but can't seem to find any info on this subject
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wiesco makes the 88mm pistons that fit on the LNF rods, then just use a 2.4 block and a 2.0 crank. I think zzp sells a crank sensor spacer that you might need.
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