Wondered if anybody was using this oil pan in their ls/fox swap, or had any experiences with it?
didnt do much research on GM's vehicle line up prior to buying parts then eh?yes ..im serious, i switched to a ls motor, bought , L92 heads already, working on getting a 6.0, motor, ..
never heard of it cause its chevy, till a few weeks ago, i would not have a gm part, decided i wanted a modern motor and will give the lsx a try, i am guessing its a oil pan from a ??didnt do much research on GM's vehicle line up prior to buying parts then eh?
Considering its a bad ass car and you want its technology...
lol just bustin your balls man. Just shocked someone on an automotive performance site hasnt heard of it:rofl:
thank youCadillac makes a sport sedan known as the CTS. 4 doors, RWD, standard 3.6L direct injection V6 making around 300HP/TQ. Cadillac's performance brand is the V line. CTS-V, XLR-V, etc. The CTS-V used to use the LS6 and LS2 engines (both 400HP/TQ). They were VERY fast, and handled pretty damn well for an almost 4000lb sedan. Also had all the little luxury bits that come with a high-class car. All the mods for the LS6 and LS2 worked on the CTS-V with no issue.
The new CTS-Vs use a supercharged 6.2L engine (LSA) that makes around 550HP. Very fast, very nice. Google CTS-V and take a look at the pictures/info available. The new ones are really, really slick. Kind of expensive to buy new though.