GM LS COIL WIRING
GM Gen III LS PCM/ECM: How to Change the Firing Order • LS
Feb 14, 2015In model year 2001, General Motors released Gen I small-block and LS-series engines that all used the same PCM (GM# 12200411). The firing order for the Gen I small-block engine is 1-8- 4-3-6-5-7-2. The firing order for the LSseries engines is 1-8-7-2-6-5-4-3.
1967-69 GM F-Body LS Swap Components - Holley
LS Swap Components for 1967-69 Camaro/Firebird: The 1st Gen F-Body is the gold standard for muscle cars. Nothing beats the power of modernizing with a complete LS swap system. From fuel injection, manifolds and fuel pumps all the way to the exhaust system. Holley has engineered these parts to work as a system to deliver the most power and proper fit.
1982-92 GM F-Body LS Swap Components - Holley
LS Swap Components for 3rd Gen GM F-Body Vehicles. Nothing beats the power of modernizing with a complete LS swap system. From fuel injection, manifolds and fuel pumps all the way to the exhaust system. Holley has engineered these parts to work as a system to deliver the most power and proper fit.
GM EcoTec Standalone Harness – Swap Specialties
GM EcoTec Standlone Harness and ECM Choose Engine L61 2 DBC 02'-06' L61 2 DBW 07'+ L43 2 (98-02 S10) LSJ 2.0 SC LNF 2 Turbo LE5 2 LAF/LEA 2.4 DI LTG 2.0 DI LCV 2.5 DI
5 LS Motor | New & Used
The Vortec 5300, or LM7/L59/LM4, is a V8 truck engine. It is a longer-stroked (by 9 mm (0 in)) version of the Vortec 4800 and replaced the L31. L59 denoted a flexible fuel version of the standard fuel LM7 engine. Displacement is 5.3 L (5,328 cc (325.1 cu in)) from 3-inch (96 mm) bore and 3-inch (92.0 mm) stroke. Another engine variant, the L33, shares the same displacement, but has
LS & LSX Parts & Accessories Made in America | ICT Billet
At ICT Billet, we utilize the latest in technology to ensure each product fits the first time. Our in-house team of engineers work diligently to design and create the best possible products so that you can avoid the headaches and frustrations of cheap, poorly manufactured LS swap parts.
GM HEI Ignition Distributor Wiring Diagrams and Guide
Jul 06, 2016Most of the original GM V-6 and V-8 models used an ignition coil inside the distributor cap, making it a one-piece ready-to-run distributor. HEI ignition systems are very dependable and offer great performance on a number of applications.
Chevy LS series engines: LS1, LS2, LS6, LS7, LSX
LS Gen III small-block: The Chevrolet LS1 and LS6 series engine was the third generation of Chevy small-blocks and was first introduced as the LS1 in the 1997 Corvette and was also used in the 1998-2002 Camaro Z28. Variants of this engine are available in displacements of 293 cid (4), 325 cid (5), 346 cid (5) and 364 cid (6L).[PDF]
Use when building Dominator Systems or Custom HP Systems
558-307 - Allows the use of GM LSx coils or Holley HP smart coils on a non-LS engine, specifically the ECU to coil harness wiring. The customer has to supply either the factory GM coil harnesses for LS coils, or 558-312 sub-har-ness for Holley HP smart coils. This harness pins directly into the ECU. 558-313 – Designed to be used with a FAST
LS1 411 ECU Flash - Engine Start Guaranteed | Wiring
GM LS1 PCMs require basic tuning in order to run the LSx engine in a different chassis such as the 240sx, 300zx, Datsun etc. The VATS alarm or Immobilizer will prevent the engine from starting unless it is disabled. We also disable the rear O2 sensors, fuel tank purge EVAP and EGR operation, as those are rarely used in swaps.