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Chevy LS1 Engine Block Basics - Hot Rod Magazine
Much of the information shown here is excerpted from the recently released book, How to Build High Performance LS1/LS6 V-8s, by Will Handzel, so if you want to know more about the Gen III V-8 ...
 

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Pit Stop: Deleting LS AFM; Is VVT Good for Performance?
Technically, you need to replace only the motor's AFM-specific lifters (8 out of the V8 engine's total of 16; the other 8 are conventional), but many tuners like to replace all 16 with a brand-new ...
 

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LT1 T56 to LS1 | NastyZ28.com
You might have to do some cleaning and shimming to get everything toleranced correctly, but its not hard on a T56. Then you have a unit thats properly set up for use on an LS engine. The LS1 flywheel bolt pattern is unique, and doesn't match the LT1 or SBC pattern. You need an LS1 flywheel.
 

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