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Old 07-09-2018, 08:20 PM   #691
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Does anyone know the difference between an LS1 T56 and an LT1 T56? Pros and cons of having a Lt1 T56 compared to the LS1 T56? Thanks
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Does anyone know the difference between an LS1 T56 and an LT1 T56? Pros and cons of having a Lt1 T56 compared to the LS1 T56? Thanks
https://ls1tech.com/forums/manual-tr...6-ls1-t56.html

Lots of good stuff here man...

For Chevy stuff honestly LS Tech is superior. For anything S chassis related this is your best bet, that is if you post accordingly
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https://ls1tech.com/forums/manual-tr...6-ls1-t56.html

Lots of good stuff here man...

For Chevy stuff honestly LS Tech is superior. For anything S chassis related this is your best bet, that is if you post accordingly
Ok cool thanks man I’ll give them a try👍🏼
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From my research, there is not a lot of room to play with for the radiator and fan setup. I've seen that the KA replacements are "good enough", but I don't think they have the cooling power as a dual pass. What do you all recommend?

For my setup of clearance, I will be either using a 5.3/6.0 LM7/LQ9 with ls1 power steering pump, camaro water pump, truck alternator & sikky cold air intake.
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From my research, there is not a lot of room to play with for the radiator and fan setup. I've seen that the KA replacements are "good enough", but I don't think they have the cooling power as a dual pass. What do you all recommend?

For my setup of clearance, I will be either using a 5.3/6.0 LM7/LQ9 with ls1 power steering pump, camaro water pump, truck alternator & sikky cold air intake.
I have a KA godspeed rad and it's not cutting the job here in California. I recently just purchased the Chase Bays tucked radiator that's huge, dual pass and allows for more room with bigger fans. What kit are you running? That does matter as well, but from most of the efficient swaps I've seen they either cut the core support to fit a large radiator and fan setup or they have tubular front ends.
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I will be using sikky motor mounts and LOJ conversions tranny mount. (I am using a 300zx transmission)
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With sikky I think there should be enough clearance without cutting, id still go with a larger dual pass. But your temps don’t get very warm where you are also.
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I do plan to go dual pass and fans.

The car has had an LS setup by the previous owner, who parted out and used a KA to then sell for less money. So we shall see what the trans tunnel and front core support look like.
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