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Old 05-03-2021, 04:01 PM
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any pictures of how you modified the mounting on the power steering tank.

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Old 05-03-2021, 06:14 PM
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There's an LT5 controller 19418270 isn't available until July (perhaps the global chip shortage) and the 19370666 for the manual transmission. Do you by chance know which you used and what the difference is between them?
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There's an LT5 controller 19418270 isn't available until July (perhaps the global chip shortage) and the 19370666 for the manual transmission. Do you by chance know which you used and what the difference is between them?
Well one is for a manual and the other for a 8 speed auto. Different cals.

The hold up is making the harnesses. The suppliers are slammed. They are on order and should be made soon.
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Well one is for a manual and the other for a 8 speed auto. Different cals.

The hold up is making the harnesses. The suppliers are slammed. They are on order and should be made soon.
Do you know which is for the manual? I think the descriptions on the net list both for manuals, which is why there is confusion.
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Do you know which is for the manual? I think the descriptions on the net list both for manuals, which is why there is confusion.
I called a performance dealer this morning and found out they are just different suppliers. The part number was changed make it easier to know which supplier it came from, both are for manual transmissions.
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I called a performance dealer this morning and found out they are just different suppliers. The part number was changed make it easier to know which supplier it came from, both are for manual transmissions.
Sounds like you should grab the one you can. Getting parts is becoming a big issue nowadays.
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I forgot to post these. Looks like a nice part. I won’t know until I drive it a bit.








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What lift bracket is that you have on the engine - right side yellow?
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Old 05-06-2021, 05:56 AM
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What lift bracket is that you have on the engine - right side yellow?
Those are the production lift "Hooks" from the assembly plant. I purchased those a long time ago from SMC in Auburn Hill. MI. Not sure if he has anymore. SMC dealt in GM obsolete stock mainly from Corvette. It was great. New parts half the retail.
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