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Old 11-27-2018, 09:43 AM
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I have a 69 camaro with ridetech coilover suspension and tru turn kit on stock subframe. Installing an LS3 and tr6060 from 2011 camaro. What oil pan do i need? What motor mounts and headers fit? Thanks
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I would suggest going to Holley.com

They offer a ton of swap products. If you select 1969 Camaro it will show about everything that you need!

Just make sure you select parts for a stock sub and not a dse frame etc..
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I'd second that. You'll be money and time ahead to use as many of the Holley components as you can.

The pan, the engine mounts, headers, and exhaust all work together. They have a crossmember for the T56, but I'm not sure how (or if) that would work with the TR6060. When you use the mounts and crossmember together, it also takes care of the driveline angle (though you may have to shim the rear). With the 6060, you may need a CV shaft, which will negate driveline angle issues all together.

Obviously you can mix and match all those parts from different vendors, but then you'll have to work out any issues that you run into.
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Def go with the Holley/Hooker set-up. Everything fit perfect for my LS3 swap.
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Which Holley oil pan did you go with? 302-2 or 302-3?
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Stock f body pan and ats speed tech mounts .. or dirty dingo
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Stock f body pan and ats speed tech mounts .. or dirty dingo
And stainless works headers
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If you are using the Holley kit and stock subframe the Mast Motorsports pan fits perfectly. I bought mine before the 302-3 was released. Hooker LS headers are also perfect.

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i have the holley setup and the ride tech setup. i have the older tru turn setup. the -2 holley pan hits the linkage on mine. the mast pan clears no problem. i dont know if using the new tru turn setup.
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According to threads in LS1Tech authored by a Holley engineer, the Holley full length long tubes will not clear the new forged centerlink that is included in the tru-turn kit. You will have to use thier mid length headers. If you have the older tru-turn with a stock centerlink the full length headers will clear, as Holley had revised them to be compatible.
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