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LS7 crate engine crank flange dimensions needed

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Anyone has handy an LS7 crate engine?
I need to know ASAP the dimensions on the attached drawing. I ordering a Holinger tranny, and they need these dimensions asap. But my engine is on the container ship over the ocean.... Wont see before October..
I tried with GM, but they could not help me with this.
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Re: LS7 crate engine crank flange dimensions needed

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I believe the measurements for the LS7 are the same as LS1/2/3. I know I used and LS1 bell-housing and T56 on my LS7

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I believe the measurements for the LS7 are the same as LS1/2/3. I know I used and LS1 bell-housing and T56 on my LS7
I need to make sure because Holinger makes a custom input shaft must perfectly match the LS7. The tranny cost over $30000, so i dont want to mess up this

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The tranny cost over $30000, so i dont want to mess up this
Is that a typo with too many zeros?

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Re: LS7 crate engine crank flange dimensions needed

They pay a lot of dollars in Country's like Australia and Hungary. There might be an exchange rate but it's still a lot.

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1 aus dollar = .69 usd So year like 25gs for the tranny

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Re: LS7 crate engine crank flange dimensions needed

I'm getting in the business of shipping tranny's overseas. this is nuts. how much could shipping cost? sounds like 1,000% mark-up. thats my kinda business model
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I have an LS7 on a dolly right now, but don't know if I have the proper tools to give you those measurements?

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Re: LS7 crate engine crank flange dimensions needed

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Is that a typo with too many zeros?
Nope. Thats how much it cost....

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Re: LS7 crate engine crank flange dimensions needed

MFT transaxle

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I have an LS7 on a dolly right now, but don't know if I have the proper tools to give you those measurements?

Please tell us about this transmission!
Basically You need a straight edge and a caliper

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OK did I miss something? What are you building?

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OK did I miss something? What are you building?
Yeah, I was cheating here to post in a Camaro forum, but I saw there is some LS guys here .

And I have a Camaro also, what i am restoring.
This LS7 engine is for a GT40 Replica Kit car.

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