Asked by Jul 09, 2008 at 09:42 PM

Question type: General

a LS-4 intake on the stock LT1 also a LS-4 cam

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nope.dont think so.

no way


you must mean LT4 heads, cam and intake?? No such thing as LS 4....if you go LT4 you'll need a computer tune.


there is such thing as a ls4 , i think thats what they called the engine that is in the new impala ss and GP GXP

Actually I own one with LS4 also they only made 500 of them EVER for this car so.. the dealer offered me $6000 used for just the intake, so yes he does have the intake and so do I

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