Here is a great ride with low miles running the stock LS1 engine.   What could we do to upgrade the car and increase the horse power?  How about about a LS3 crate engine, with upgraded cams, new headers with a dyno run and tune?        

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In order to replace the engine in the Corvette the whole engine and drive train must be dropped out and removed. The engine, which is located in the front of the car, is connected directly to the transmission located in the rear of the car with a enclosed drive line. This enclosed drive line gives the car strength and rigidity from the front to the rear and helps balance out the weight thru out the car.  

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The old LS1 engine has been removed.

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The new LS3 crate engine has arrived and is getting ready for upgraded Comp Cams.

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The car will also need the new LS3 wiring harness and cam/crank interface box once the engine is installed.

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The tranny was upgraded to handle the new LS3 power!

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New rear drive axels are almost ready to install.