Tech discussions on the L77 6.0L V8.
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nmargrave wrote: ↑
Thu Jan 16, 2020 6:31 am
Hi I am new to this Forum, I have been watching used superchargers for a while, I think I have found one. I had a question about If I would be able to use a blower off of a 2017 Camaro? I think I would be able to fit the parts together like you have, I just don't understand why the part number changed on the supercharger after 2015. Does anyone have any insight on this? I would greatly appreciate it.
2015 is a LS based car
2017 is a LT based car
They used different SC's
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Thanks for the reply. I now know the years of the blower I will be looking for. Appreciate your help.
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with the price of LSA's being all over , not to mention the cost and frustration of trying to piece together a kit , boost district has great options , and they use new superchargers , not take off cores
they also have a tvs 2650 kit if you want to build a max effort setup
https://boostdistrict.com/?gclid=EAIaIQ ... gKFu_D_BwE
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2014 Caprice V8
Elgin E-1840 P, LS9 Head gasket, LS7 Lifters, PAC-1218 springs, Trunion upgrade, Single roller timing set, Melling oil pump coming soon - ZL1 torque converter, Trans pan and filter.
1986 GN 212/212 Roller cam, 1.65 HR Rockers, 60-1 turbo, XFI 2.05, E85, Ebay Front mount IC, Husek Built TH200-4R trans, 3.42 gears 3800# .
1968 Chevelle LQ4, 4L80, 12 bolt w/3.42 gears