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A little FYI for you

Old 05-29-2014, 10:12 PM
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A little FYI for you

Motor blow up? or just thinking about building it?

Well I have a simple and cheaper solution for you!

Buy a LE5 and swap it in! I would make sure you buy 06-07 year for the forged internals.

Both motors are VVT and have all the same sensors!

With a little tuning (VVT tables have to be copied over for the LE5) youre on your way!

I actually ran my 2.2 tune for a while.
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Way ahead of you on that one, 300 + WHP here I come. Now whether to push it or not is the question since I'll be on a EFR 6758 I could probably hit 450...
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What if i have an l61 ):
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You can't swap it and have to build your L61

For lower miles than I have on my motor an being an 06 (yay forged) I'm going to pick one up for about $600.
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andrew i think there was a guy that swapped in the LE5 in place of his L61. I'll see if I can find the thread.
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There is but he did other stuff too. I think he ended up adding to the wiring harness as well as switching to the other ECU.

The LAP is plug and play.
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****...i was looking at the thread and copied the address I just never posted it.
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The one I remember was the same guy i didn't know he did a how to i was looking at this one, the original build thread.

https://www.cobaltss.net/forums/2-4l...d-help-276754/
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