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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old Apr 30th, 15, 04:49 PM Thread Starter
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Help! What is this part (LS1)

I am doing an LS1 swap and I am using an aftermarket intake. I sold the stock LS1 intake, TB and fuel rails plus the steel lines that I have no clue what they are called.

Can someone tell me what this part is called and what is its function. I am putting the engine together and I think these lines screw into the back of the heads?

Do I need these lines?

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Re: Help! What is this part (LS1)

Steam vent lines.

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Re: Help! What is this part (LS1)

Thanks Jason...

Do you know if they are needed with an aftermarket intake?
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Re: Help! What is this part (LS1)

Yes, they are needed. They are there to remove air pockets from the coolant system. They will tie back into the coolant system (water pump/rad hose/radiator) at the highest point in the system.


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Re: Help! What is this part (LS1)

Those are ls1 lines. If you're using an ls6 style intake youll need to block off the rear ports and get a new line.

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Re: Help! What is this part (LS1)

Okay, with all your help, I got it figured out. Had to buy some after market lines and AN fittings.

Thanks gentleman...appreciate the insight.
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Lots of guys want that 4 corner system you have...you could sell for a few $$ as it's not available any more.

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