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Old 09-28-2011, 04:36 PM
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Default 89-98 Trackers -with LSx V8

Geo Tracker with LSx V8
here is an Idea for Trackers

Chevy V8
LS 1, LS2 , LS3, LS4, LS6, LS7, LS9

LS3 and LS4 have AFM = drop down to 4 cyl operation.

and 6L90 - 6 Speed Auto

What does that mean?

LS3 6.2L = 376 cid produces 430hp & 424lb-ft
LS4 5.3L = 325 cid produces 330 hp & 323 lb·ft
and can drop down to 4 cyl operation.

In the 6L90, 1st gear is 4.03,
compared to 2.48 in TH350.

so that makes the engine seem like it is 50% bigger
= even More power.

Tracker weigh 2340
69 Camaro weigh 3350

At 2340 lbs and 430 hp
and a Trans
that makes the engine seem like it is 650 hp.

a Tracker can be the Ultimate Muscle car.

When you dont want all of that Power,
these engines have Active Fuel management,
you can go into DOD mode,
and run around town on just 4 cylinders.

The Best of both worlds.

What would such a Tracker look like?

Geo Tracker with LSx V8 |

http://www.engineswapdepot dot com/?p=1702

GM goal more than three million 6-speeds on the market by 2010.


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