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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Joe on Thu Dec 31, 2009 2:57 am

bonjour tout le monde

J'ai une petite question:
pouvez vous me donner la différence de poids entre un moteur de Porsche et un moteur LS6,Question

et le poids d'un LSX 376

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I'm very "hesitant" ( not decided) between those two engines ; these informations of weight were be decisive for my choice because I install all the elements/parts in front the engine in "carbon"

thanks and happy new year!
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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Luke714 on Thu Dec 31, 2009 9:57 am

Did you put the reinforcement plate in the transmission?
Good luck! I'm doing the conversion for the first time too
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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Joe on Sat Jan 09, 2010 3:30 pm

Luke714 wrote:Did you put the reinforcement plate in the transmission?
Good luck! I'm doing the conversion for the first time too

which plate do you speak? I don't understand!

Thanks, I think I'm the first to do this conversion in France Very Happy
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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Joe on Sat Jan 09, 2010 3:36 pm

Hello everybody,

Ihave a question :

what is the difference of weight between a ls engine and a Porsche engine?

Maybe I have found an engine in France ; it's an engine of Hummer H2 2005;

Is it a good engine for the conversion?

Can I put a "wheele engine" on this engine

sorry for my bad english.... it's not easy to traduce technical english for me!!!....
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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Luke714 on Sun Jan 10, 2010 10:13 am

Joe wrote:
Luke714 wrote:Did you put the reinforcement plate in the transmission?
Good luck! I'm doing the conversion for the first time too

which plate do you speak? I don't understand!

Thanks, I think I'm the first to do this conversion in France Very Happy

There is a schematic of the plate in the conversion manual. I would scan it in, but it isn't really mine to post around. I'm sure that gt1scca can help you out with that one. The drawing is probably on this forum somewhere too. The plate is inserted between two of the housings in the transaxle, supposedly it helps keep the casing from fracturing under the increased torsional stress that the V8 can deliver to the drivetrain (more torque). I'm not sure at what torque levels this becomes necessary, but if you have the transaxle out already anyway it doesn't look like it will be too hard to do. I haven't done it yet, so I can't fairly say too much about it.

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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Joe on Fri Jan 15, 2010 3:57 pm

My cars is on french website

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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Luke714 on Fri Jan 15, 2010 5:38 pm

It says I need to register in order to access it Neutral
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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Joe on Fri Jan 15, 2010 6:17 pm

Luke714 wrote:It says I need to register in order to access it Neutral

sorry!! but you know you can register very quickly
I don't think that before sending the link


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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Luke714 on Fri Jan 15, 2010 10:03 pm

Wow! looks good! You're really going to town on that thing. Should be really nice once it's all back together. Smile
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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Joe on Sat Jan 16, 2010 7:19 pm

Luke714 wrote:Wow! looks good! You're really going to town on that thing. Should be really nice once it's all back together. Smile

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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Joe on Fri Mar 26, 2010 2:28 am

Hello,
where can i order a clutch and Flywheel for my convertion ls6 Question

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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  gt1scca on Fri Mar 26, 2010 2:44 am

I can get the Spec Stage 1 or Stage 2 Clutch Kit and Aluminum flywheel for you, Joe.
I can ship the clutch package with your other parts...
(No additional shipping charges).

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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Joe on Fri Mar 26, 2010 1:37 pm

gt1scca wrote:]I can get the Spec Stage 1 or Stage 2 Clutch Kit and Aluminum flywheel for you, Joe.
I can ship the clutch package with your other parts...
(No additional shipping charges).

Hello greg ,

you send me a mail to tell me that some parts of mY order are sending on monday...It was time!
there are problems because of the volcanic, that's right, but I want to tell you that I ordererd and paid my engine the same day than yours; it was at home since 3 weeks ago....
I'm always waiting for my tracking's number
I post via this forum because i'm waiting my order since 2 month and I can't install my engine because of you....
And more, I don't understand the problem for my oil pan

Thanks for your quickly answer.....

jonathan


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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  cfgioja on Fri Mar 26, 2010 4:47 pm

I am trying to register to see your car, but what does this mean,

Combien de cotes ont de Heptagone ?
Test anti-bot

J'ai au moins 13 ans.

Une erreur s'est produite !
Vous n avez par reussi la test anti-bot. reessayez.
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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Joe on Fri Mar 26, 2010 5:39 pm

I am trying to register to see your car, but what does this mean,

Combien de cotes ont de Heptagone ?
Test anti-bot

J'ai au moins 13 ans.

Une erreur s'est produite !
Vous n avez par reussi la test anti-bot. reessayez.

To register on the forum" j'ai plus de 18 ans", after the test robot google, use a translate english/french
if you don't succed, send me a mp your mail and the pseudo you want on the forum and i do the inscription for you
see you soon,
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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Joe on Sat May 08, 2010 3:22 pm

hello, good engine mount plates ? ,Just 6 holes, Whereas 7 on the books ,and they are measured nothing has to see
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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Admin on Sat May 08, 2010 3:59 pm

The bottom motor mount hole is the same location as the block bolt.

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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Joe on Sat May 08, 2010 6:44 pm

ok thank


there is a problem? , there is a decalge 0.4" between the support of left and right
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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Admin on Sat May 08, 2010 7:11 pm

You can't measure the cross member like that, The casting is different from one side to the other. The mounts are exactly the same dimensions from the mounting surface (the part that goes through the cross member) to the hole for the motor mount bolts. The motor mount has that gap , If you did m=not have a little play in there you would never get the motor and bolts in there.
If you want to double check the cross member, measure from the A arm bolt hole to the motor mount holes.

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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Joe on Sat May 08, 2010 7:41 pm

I have measurement the base of the cross-piece there are 10,4 centimetre on the left and on the right, l base plate is perfect

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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  xschop on Sun May 09, 2010 10:22 am

Hey Joe, the crossmembers on these cars vary where the motor mount holes are drilled. The fact that they are drilled on an angled surface complicates matters even more. But no worries as you can add shims to the bottom of the uprights and shims/washers at the rubber isolators between the "set-back plates". You can even slot the X-member motor mount holes inwards or outwards laterally to get some adjustment. I added 1/4" (7mm) washers at the top two isolator holes just on the driver's side to get more header clearance near the steering shaft. There will be some adjustments made on each individual car for manufacturing variance.....

Here's a method that I used to determine the differences on 2 of my own crossmembers and a few from the salvage yard.....

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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Joe on Sun May 09, 2010 11:05 am

ok xschop thank

my new engine ls6 Embarassed

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I am standbay of my order ,time is long, a true little boy Very Happy
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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  xschop on Sun May 09, 2010 11:15 am

Cute kid, ready to help with the swap!

I see you have a pre-installed clutch Pressure plate and disc....
Do yourself a favor and install the motor at first with only the flywheel and pilot bearing and double check the Driveshaft tip pilot step to pilot bearing interface relation/distance. It should be 1/16" to 1/8" maximum (@ 2-4 mm). This is critical so you don't damage the torque tube shaft tip....

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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Joe on Sun May 09, 2010 11:27 am

OK

I am orders stage2 "944V8S.COM" and MODIFIED MOROSO #20140 LS1 / LS6 OIL PAN

and C5 CONCENTRIC SLAVE / MODIFIED FOR USE WITH C5 BELLHOUSING ADAPTER PLATE

and C5 CLUTCH HOSES & FITTINGS

its will be good Very Happy
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Re: Convertion d'un francaise

Post  Joe on Thu May 20, 2010 5:23 pm

gt1scca wrote:]I can get the Spec Stage 1 or Stage 2 Clutch Kit and Aluminum flywheel for you, Joe.
I can ship the clutch package with your other parts...
(No additional shipping charges).

Hello greg ,

you send me a mail to tell me that some parts of mY order are sending on monday...It was time!
there are problems because of the volcanic, that's right, but I want to tell you that I ordererd and paid my engine the same day than yours; it was at home since 3 weeks ago....
I'm always waiting for my tracking's number
I post via this forum because i'm waiting my order since 2 month and I can't install my engine because of you....
And more, I don't understand the problem for my oil pan

Thanks for your quickly answer.....

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