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    Yea V, I'd really like to see your setup and know the belt length when you get a chance, and would you happen to know where to get a fuel rail for this swap? I can't find a 97-98 vette rail like Lance used
    2000 2-toned silverado, Totalled. Gone But not Forgotten.

    Now: 2002 black rcsb chevy. 5.3, P&P 862's, Comp 224/230 .58*/.59* 114 LSA, Racetronics 44lbers, ARP 2000's, Ebay long tubes, 4L80E, 3800 yank pro, transgo HD-2, 4.10's, True-Trac, Walbro 255, Nitrous Outlet plate setup for 200, 80mm BBK, 3" Magnaflow, and Raggedy traction bars! Waiting to be istalled, F.A.S.T LSx intake..........

    Best: 7.40@90 1/8th

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    the 97/98 vette fuel rail is very hard to come by. if you do find one it will be expensive. i've seen some use an adapter of some sort and use the vette filter/regulator to make it work.

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    I just went over to a aftermarket rail...looks better that way anyways. I will say with cost of intake, the DBW 78-90mm conversion harness, new WP, brackets from Greg (redheartbeat), Katech tensioner pulley, and 90mm TB i have about $1,000 into the swap...but i also went to a LS2 intake instead of a LS6

    I'll get pics and the belt number later on today and post them tomorrow
    2006 silverado SS....Clifford Jr...turbo coming soon
    1970 Chevelle ly6 swap....d1 coming soon

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    So what brand fuel rail did you go with V? any reccomendations on which ones are better?
    2000 2-toned silverado, Totalled. Gone But not Forgotten.

    Now: 2002 black rcsb chevy. 5.3, P&P 862's, Comp 224/230 .58*/.59* 114 LSA, Racetronics 44lbers, ARP 2000's, Ebay long tubes, 4L80E, 3800 yank pro, transgo HD-2, 4.10's, True-Trac, Walbro 255, Nitrous Outlet plate setup for 200, 80mm BBK, 3" Magnaflow, and Raggedy traction bars! Waiting to be istalled, F.A.S.T LSx intake..........

    Best: 7.40@90 1/8th

    Tuned by: DIXIE PERFORMANCE

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    I just went with a aeromotive rail...but really on that a rail is a rail, they are all basically a big chunk of aluminum with a hole drilled in it lol, then the only thing you have to do is convert the stock fuel line over to a -an fitting which is about $20. I got a little drunk last night so didnt get the pics lmao....tonight i promise
    2006 silverado SS....Clifford Jr...turbo coming soon
    1970 Chevelle ly6 swap....d1 coming soon

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    I used a set of cheap Edelbrock rails on my LS2. Had to drill a couple new mounting holes through the rails and make mounting brackets out of a piece of aluminum angle. Worked out well.
    See my truck data in the "My Garage" section here... http://www.ls1truck.com/forums/my-ga...tml#post191709

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    2006 silverado SS....Clifford Jr...turbo coming soon
    1970 Chevelle ly6 swap....d1 coming soon

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    How did you mount the idler pulley on the alternator side?
    See my truck data in the "My Garage" section here... http://www.ls1truck.com/forums/my-ga...tml#post191709

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    looking good under the hood!
    looks like he used a longer bolt and a spacer for the idler red.

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    89' Mustang LSX
    10.35@130 pump gas LQ4

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluecajun5.3 View Post
    looking good under the hood!
    looks like he used a longer bolt and a spacer for the idler red.

    Yep, just replaced the bolt and some washers to space it where it needed to be.

    Thanks...looks a lot better with this intake then any other i have ran!
    2006 silverado SS....Clifford Jr...turbo coming soon
    1970 Chevelle ly6 swap....d1 coming soon

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