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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-16-2015, 10:44 PM Thread Starter
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L61 and Lsj Parts

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Up for sale I have some l61 and lsj stuff. Starting to clean out my shed, so I will post at the end what I have, but haven't taken pictures of yet (mods, if that isn't cool, just delete it). Anything else, just ask.
All prices will be listed as shipped. Everything is OBO

m62 with stock pulley, about 125k on it $225





Stock l61 fuel injectors and rail, about 155k on them $50



l61/le5 thermo housing, unknown mileage, one of them the clip for the sensor is cracked, but the sensor still plugs into it. The coolant hose IS NOT included on the one. I have 2 of these
$60



07 l61 fuse box, $40 (I also have an 05)



l61 Intake mani (I have 2) $50



l61 throttle body (I have 2, maybe 3) Ill clean them before I ship, also $25



Base model brake calipers, about 155k (I have 3 sets) $65



l61 valve cover (I have 3) $75




07 l61 boots about 155k $60



lsj stock injectors and harness $40 (will separate)



Stage 2 pulley 77.9? Converts to a 2.9 $25




lsj bypass valve about 125k SOLD



Stock 07 l61 PCM/ECU $100



Motor Mount $25




Lsj Pistons and rods unknown mileage (I think the guy I bought them from said between 50-60k, but I cant remember)
I will sell the set of rods and pistons for $80 or $50 for pistons $50 for rods





Not pictured:
2 l61 alternators (between 100-140k)
2 l61 cylinder heads (between 100-140k)
2 l61 oil pans
2 sets of l61 internals
multiple fe1 suspension parts (end links, control arms, shocks, struts, springs)
l61 a/c compressor (might have 2, but definitely 1)
05 stock l61 PCM/ECU
f23 parts
l61 exhaust parts

Again, mods, if that list isn't cool, either delete it or pm me. Not posting prices on that due to being unsure for that stuff.

Thanks guys.[COLOR="Silver"]

Billy
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-17-2015, 05:26 AM
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Any l61 blocks haha

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Anyone know if the supercharger would work with a ZZP 2.2l kit without modification? I almost want to assume it's off a L61 since you've got both LSJ and L61 parts, lol


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All the superchargers are off lsj's but as long as you have everything else needed it will bolt up to an l61 no problem

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Is this the same as buying an LSJ take off?

No. There are many advantages of this kit over that route.

1. The LSJ uses a 6 rib belt. The 2.2 and 2.4 use a 5 rib belt. This means doing a lot of custom work or changing over all the accessories to 6 rib. Our kit uses a custom length 5 rib belt for everything allowing use of all your factory components and you don't have to remove the balancer.
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All they do is make a 5 rib pulley for the supercharger.. I'm running a 6 rib 2.9 pulley with the rest of a zzp kit, just used the belt that the zzp kit called for.

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The supercharger doesn't care that it has one unused groove in the pulley

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Ah, so if I get this, I should just be able to use that ZZP belt/any other generic belt that's got 5 ribs?


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As long as it's the right length, yes. Although I think the zzp kit might take a different length belt than a full lsj take off kit. If you go the full lsj takeoff route just get the lsj belt and cut one rib off

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Man, that'd make the kit super affordable... I really want to do this, but I need to save up quite a bit more money before I go sinking another grand in my Cobalt


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Just looked it up, the zzp belt is only a quarter inch longer than the stock lsj belt at 70.5 inches instead of like 70.3 or something like that

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