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Any thoughts on the gmpp kit that has a pan, motor mounts w adapters, and headers?

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It's a very good kit. It's the Holley swap kit with the Holley/Hooker Headers and Oil Pan.

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Any thoughts on the gmpp kit that has a pan, motor mounts w adapters, and headers?
GMPP kit ??? Which one ??? The kit John lists as he mentions is a Holley Kit.

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GMPP kit ??? Which one ??? The kit John lists as he mentions is a Holley Kit.
I googled GMPP Parts LS Swap Kit. Nothing popped. Some sites redirected to the Holley kit
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Any thoughts on the gmpp kit that has a pan, motor mounts w adapters, and headers?
If that kit uses the Hummer pan steer clear. Very poor choice.

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The one I posted about carries gm number 19212593k4. I saw it on jegs site though.

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Edit: This part number is saying it's for GM A-Bodies. PN 19212593K2 is for a Camaro

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The one I posted about carries gm number 19212593k4. I saw it on jegs site though.
That kit is for a 68-72 Chevelle

K2 is for 1st Gens.

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The pan is the GM Hummer Pan. It works ok if you car is not lowered.

The price is good but I would use the Holley Kit. IMO it's worth the added cost

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You need to use the 302-2 pan on a first gen.

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You need to use the 302-2 pan on a first gen.
X2, be careful there are still 302-1 pans out there.

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My familiarity with the L series of engines is low so I spent a little time trying to learn if the grab bag of components chev has for them resembles what they did for the sbc. I wrote down the specs of the various crate engines seeing how they mixed parts in them and for what applications. That led into the parts are above what they put into the crate engine and wound up with the oil pans then conversion kits. I doubted that gm would bother making a tube header but I figured they wouldn't market one they thought would have fit problems. What's the difference between the 2 holley pan numbers?

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My familiarity with the L series of engines is low so I spent a little time trying to learn if the grab bag of components chev has for them resembles what they did for the sbc. I wrote down the specs of the various crate engines seeing how they mixed parts in them and for what applications. That led into the parts are above what they put into the crate engine and wound up with the oil pans then conversion kits. I doubted that gm would bother making a tube header but I figured they wouldn't market one they thought would have fit problems. What's the difference between the 2 holley pan numbers?

the 1st Holley Muscle car pan is very close to the crossmember. With the right frame towers and motor mounts it clears by 1/4". The new version has better clearance.
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Thank you John,
You appear to be an old hand at these swaps. Thanks for sharing your experience.

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Re: Gmpp parts kit

I would steer clear of using that GM hummer pan in a first gen swap. I don't care if your first gen is lowered or not, having your oil pan hanging below your crossmember is asking for problems. There are many options out there including the new(er) Holley kit like was mentioned. When I started gathering parts for my swap a few years ago there weren't as many complete kits. I researched and gathered parts from different companies that I knew worked together. Other option include Street and Performance in Mena, AR that uses a modified F-body pan.

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That kit is for a 68-72 Chevelle

K2 is for 1st Gens.

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The pan is the GM Hummer Pan. It works ok if you car is not lowered.

The price is good but I would use the Holley Kit. IMO it's worth the added cost
The Hummer pan and the Holley 302-1 pans are identical other than sump depth. The Holley was designed based on the Hummer pan. Any issue the Holley pan has the Hummer pan has. Both are not good choices for a first gen Camaro regardless of ride height in my opinion.

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