: pulling motor



pewter c5
06-16-08, 03:35 PM
i need to pull my ls6 out of the v and was just wondering if anyone new of any web sites where someone has done this before and has pictures? any help would be appreciated! thanks

JonCR96Z
06-16-08, 04:00 PM
If you have the equipment and the space it's easier to pull it out the bottom. Sorry, don't know of any website.

The Tony Show
06-16-08, 04:06 PM
This might be a good time to order a factory Shop Manual, which will detail the removal and re-installation.

JonCR96Z
06-16-08, 04:21 PM
This might be a good time to order a factory Shop Manual, which will detail the removal and re-installation.

As a matter of fact they are always good regardless of what it is that you are R&Ring.

Kmajecki
06-16-08, 04:32 PM
Be sure to take lots of pics for the faq!

pewter c5
06-16-08, 08:40 PM
This might be a good time to order a factory Shop Manual, which will detail the removal and re-installation.

where or who can i order a shop manual from? i have been looking for one

PISNUOFF
06-16-08, 10:03 PM
Go to helminc.com or use the phone number or address supplied in your owner's manual.

trukk
06-17-08, 12:15 PM
I have the Helms guide, they are HUGE! 12" of manuals :D

BTW, they are good for some things, but others, the instructions might be overkill, for example, for a cam swap, they have you pulling the motor.

-Chris

JonCR96Z
06-17-08, 03:54 PM
I have blah blah blah, they are HUGE! 12" of blah :D

BTW, they are good for some things, but others, the instructions might be overkill, for example, for a cam swap, they have you pulling the motor.

-Chris

Well, if you were in a shop with a lift it probably would be about the same amount of work, but you would have plenty of elbow room that way.

Jon

gauge hp
06-17-08, 04:08 PM
I think EPP has a pile pictures and documentation from one of their V projects.

Natedog
06-17-08, 04:53 PM
http://www.exoticperformanceplus.com/projectCar.php?car=29

check their other project CTS-V's as well as they may be a bit less involved...