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Old 11-05-2018, 05:29 PM   #1
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LSA Question

So I'm in the process of making the list of what I want to do to my car.

I was thinking heads/cam/fast intake/102 TB and supporting mods but lately I've started thinking for the cost of the Fast Intake and 102 TB Im 1/2 way to a LSA supercharger.

Also I'm changing my heads anyhow I could go LS3 heads and not need adapters.

I don't want to swap hoods or cut mine up so this is my question

Will the LSA Blower clear with the CTS-V Lid if I run LS3 heads and swap motor mounts for a little more clearance?
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Yes. You may have to gently massage the hood support but when I ran an LSA it cleared.
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Yes. You may have to gently massage the hood support but when I ran an LSA it cleared.

Thanks for the quick response, I've noticed most people switch to a cowl hood.
All the info I could find was people running the ZL1 Lid or LSA to LS2 adapters which both cause clearance issues
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Even with the adapters, if you cut the hood brace it will clear a stock hood.
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Old 11-06-2018, 03:21 PM   #5
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Lower motor mounts help too.
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With mine even when I massaged the hood the LSA rubbed on mine. If I didn't run LS3 heads it wouldn't have fit at all.
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What is all necessary to get the belt drive to work? Its listed as a "belt drive adapter kit" but what does that include or how much different is the offset? Sorry I know nothing about LSA's, but was just curious.
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What is all necessary to get the belt drive to work? Its listed as a "belt drive adapter kit" but what does that include or how much different is the offset? Sorry I know nothing about LSA's, but was just curious.

They use an offset pulley that moves the ribbed area back 3/4. Ill be listing the legit LSA drive accessories tonight that are fully adapted to a GTO, including the AC.
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