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OEM 241 Cylinder Heads. These have approximately 76,000 miles on them. They came off of a running 2004 year model LS1 (were replaced with 243's). the LS1 was originally purchased private party in 2014, i believe. It was purchased as a replacement engine for my 2004 GTO.

They are 100% untouched and OEM as far as i know. Nothing much to say about them other than there are some scratches on the intake manifold mating surface that did not interfere with the intake manifold sealing. I'm not even sure you can see them in the pictures. You may want them refaced if you use them, you may run them as-is.

$225 + shipping OBO. the box weight and dimensions are 24" x 12" x 12" at 60 lbs, if you want to calculate for yourself since this is such a hefty item. I will also accept a pair of 706/862 NON-CASTEC castings in trade, if they are in good condition and don't seep coolant form around the head bolt holes.

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Holley LS Valve Covers. PN 241-88. These are in "natural" finish, so you can paint them or powder coat them or leave them. Come with gaskets. They will accept any LS coil pack except for the LS1 style, if i remember correctly. Retails for about 199.95. Comes with slightly used gaskets.

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OEM Stub Axles. Unsure of miles, but as you can see, very good condition. They've sat with a layer of gear oil on them for some time to inhibit corrosion. Splines are actually straight, just has some very minor spline wear. I've taken pictures of the splines with a straight edge, but they are a little out of focus. I will take better ones and post them.

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OEM ring and pinion set. Unsure of miles, or condition, bought as a spare many moons ago. Never installed so i could never check the wear pattern. Since i have a bunch of extra rear ends sitting in my garage, i don't really need these. I am not also sure of what i originally paid for them, so I am guessing at a fair price.

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This is a Summit Racing LS oil pan, SUM-G3612B, and accompanying sump, SUM-G3625. It has been test installed on an engine (not ran) and has had oil in it. I've tried to clean it up as best as possible. I actually decided just to run a stock rear sump pan and pickup. I know this would not work with a GTO but i am sure someone might have another LS project they can use this on. It has a few minor blemishes and I tried to clean the sump area but, of course, could not do it well because of the baffles.

It is a rear sump design, and it is stamped and welded steel. It has a 7 quart capacity. It is black powdercoated, it has a baffling system around the sump with trap doors, shiny billet aluminum adapter block for the stock LS oil filter, can clear a 4.125 stroke crankshaft (according to summit, anyhow), and has kickouts.


It uses a factory oil pan gasket and factory oil pan bolts. (except for the rear two, those are gonna need shorter bolts. If i can find the ones I used, i will throw them in.) This pan does not have a dipstick hole, and does not have a provision for the bottom bellhousing bolts like OEM pans do. If you need a windage tray, i can throw one in but it is pretty grody. I'm sure it will clean up fine. No, unfortunately i cannot include gaskets or bolts except for the two longer bolts for the adapter and shorter M6 ones for the rear. I also will not include the o-ring for the sump since it has been installed in in oil pump. I'd rather you use a new one.

Summit sells the pickup new for $39.99 and the pan for $230.99. Since these are technically used i will let them go for...

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