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Author Topic: What year lq9 motor for swap in an 07 LTZ?  (Read 212 times)

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mrcllusb

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What year lq9 motor for swap in an 07 LTZ?
« on: 04/15/18 03:22 PM »

Going to do the 5.3 to 6.0 swap. I have an 07 LTZ and was wondering what year lq9 motor do I need for easy swap?
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Re: What year lq9 motor for swap in an 07 LTZ?
« Reply #1 on: 04/17/18 07:50 AM »

Good post...... I was going to ask questions concerning the swap also. I'm considering a 6.0 LQ4 or LQ9 swap in place of my 5.3 in the future and going to try to get info on the swap and upgrades for bettering towing ability.
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Re: What year lq9 motor for swap in an 07 LTZ?
« Reply #2 on: 04/18/18 05:05 PM »


Same year is easiest swap.

When you have AFM there are extra steps if you change from it or use an engine
with out. There is also steps on a 6.2
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Re: What year lq9 motor for swap in an 07 LTZ?
« Reply #3 on: 05/06/18 07:13 PM »

Same year is easiest swap.

When you have AFM there are extra steps if you change from it or use an engine
with out. There is also steps on a 6.2

What would these extra steps be?  I've got an 07 LTZ with an LC9, and the engine (and AFM) have to go.  I don't need higher performance, I just need a working engine and I'm tired of trying to keep the LC9 working. 
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