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Old 01-24-2006, 07:19 PM   #1
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[untrue] 3 LS9 CAD drawings? CONFIRM?








Is this an LS9 dual blower engine? And, from that engine it looks like it's backwards mounted... like for a MID ENGINED exotic car..... ?

I'm not the source, I just found them in the gallery and noticed there wasn't a post yet on it.
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No, that's the C6-R engine. Those pics are on the GM Media Site.
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Cad Drawing of LS7.R.

Hey guys I was looking through some pictures and came across a cad assembly drawing of the LS7.R. for those of you who wondered what it looks like.

http://gm.wieck.com/forms/gm/X05MO_C...ownload=028387

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No, that's the C6-R engine. Those pics are on the GM Media Site.

I agree. I always found the intake system of the c6R really really sweet looking, though, so I can't blame you for being curious.
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Old 01-24-2006, 10:41 PM   #6
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I'd really love to see how that intake/plenum (sans restrictors) would do on the LS7. Be nice to get those wonderful heads near 100% of the flow they're capable of.
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I saw the white background wire frame image earlier today and speculated that the red things could have been a pair of single screw superchargers, but after seeing the black background images, I have to agree that they are simply air plenums.

If the other leaked document about the purported LS9 having DOHC is real, then these pics definitely ain't the LS9, because the engines in these pictures clearly have two valve cylinder heads, and are cam in block design...
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Neat graphics.
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I have found the source ofthose photos...they are labled...

LS7.R engine
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dumb qeustion ... is c6r for sale can i buy 1 :p? if yes where and how much if no then thanks anyway
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