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The Definitive LS1 240SX Swap Guide

LS1 240SX swaps are definitely not the new kid on the engine swapping block. These days it seems as though everyone and their second cousins...

How To Plan Your LS1 Swap

The leaps and bounds in which the LS1 swap has taken over is almost comical, because people are stuffing the GEN III GM small...

How To Identify Your Vortec Engine

Vortec engines are a terrific source of engine swap donors, and if you are looking for a budget build it's hard to beat. Junkyards...

How To Change LS1 Swap Oxygen Sensors

Whether you are putting a LS1 into a 240SX, Miata or other donor vehicle, it's handy to know how to change LS1 swap oxygen...

How To Install LS Cams

When you are doing an engine swap or planning some upgrades for your GEN III or GEN IV GM engine, the cams are always...

How To Test LM7 MAF

Expanding on our How to Build a Budget LS Engine series, we'll be taking a look at how to test, service and repair components...

LS1 ECU Pinout – 1999-2002

Rounding out our LS1 engine guide is our LS1 ECU pinout article for year ranges between 1999-2002 F-body vehicles. This ECU pinout is accurate...

DTC P0107 – How To Test your LS1 MAP Sensor

Trouble with your Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) sensor can often lead to headaches in your LS1 swap. The OBDII DTC Trouble Code P0107 refers...

How To Avoid a Blown Head Gasket – GEN III

Blown head gaskets are nothing new for GM GEN III truck and van owners, who have found many different ways to avoid overheating. Despite...

How To Perform a GM OBDII Driving Cycle

Driving Cycles are an important part of diagnosing your vehicle, especially when you've got phantom OBDII codes or stored codes that must be retrieved....