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  1. 968ls1
    06-22-2013 10:35 PM
    Dan,
    It is definetly a benefit and a good deal for $100, I have that set up on my car. Make sure the outlet is on the drivers side some early LS3 still had them on the passenger sidel My email is [email protected].
    Tom
  2. Powerman951
    06-22-2013 04:15 PM
    Tom,

    If it is okay I would like to communicate with you by email periodically. My email address is [email protected]. If you agree please send me yours.

    I have a question based on a statement by you made. " The water pump is a LS3 unit and I used it to get the water outlet on the drivers side and eliminate interference with the intake tube it also makes the upper radiator hose much easier to fit; another benefit is that is must be 7-8lbs lighter. The pump is spaced out 3/4" so it will line up with f-body accessories.

    At http://944hybrids.forumotion.com/t22...on-parts-lt-ls LT1 has this ad - "2008 Corvette LS3 waterpump. Has 2K miles on it and comes with elbow and tstat…. $100.

    Based the fact I have a LS2 would this be something you would sugget me buying?

    Thanks,

    dan
  3. Powerman951
    06-04-2013 12:19 AM
    Hope you are doing well. Are you still in Birmingham? If so I would like to talk to you about my stalled project.

    Dan
  4. Red9fortyfor
    08-31-2012 09:37 AM
    Thanks
  5. 968ls1
    06-29-2009 11:02 AM
    I did the development for RH 8 years ago but have since parted ways with them. I can tell you where to buy the components for the conversion at a greatly reduced cost. Their headers are made from a jig that I made off the prototype headers that are now on my car. If you buy their headers I would suggest you request V-band clamps rather that 3 bolt flanges where the headers meet the Y-pipe. I use the C5 bell housing and adapter plate and it works great. I have not seen the Quick Time bell housings so I cannot give a first hand account of them. You can call me if you would like to discuss further on how to do a quality conversion without wasting your money 205-566-2245.
    Regards,

    Tom Egan
  6. sydneyman
    06-29-2009 10:43 AM
    968,
    Ive been looking into this conversion for a while now and since i threw a rod... im very interested. ive been lurking on porschehybrids, renegade, and now 944hybrids. ive basically come to the conclusion i want to avoid renegade (except maybe headers). did you guys use them successfully? if not, did you go the c5 bellhousing with an adapter route? obviously, i want to do this as cheaply as possible but not "on the cheap" as i want this to be my daily driver and occasional toy. im sure you've been asked this before, but what all would i need to gather together before attempting such a swap? any info is greatly appreciated! hopefully i can start removing the engine in the next week or so...
    Chris

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