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LS-A 36 46.75%
LS-7 32 41.56%
I am happy with our choice 5 6.49%
I dont care 4 5.19%
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post #1 of 21 Old 11-07-2008, 03:49 PM Thread Starter
 
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Push for the LS-A or LS-7

Lets see if they truly do listen to the die hard GM fan. If you think they should build a Camaro with either the LS-A or the LS-7 let it be heard!
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post #2 of 21 Old 11-07-2008, 10:20 PM
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I chose LSA, due to feasabilty and the added advantages.


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What no LS9 option? Well i guess the LSA is close enough.

It was a tough poll.

I like it both natural & blown.

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What no LS9 option? Well i guess the LSA is close enough.

It was a tough poll.

I like it both natural & blown.
The only thing is that the LS9 is just a little more realistic than the LS7. But but its still a expensive engine.

The LSA could see a higher volume of production to match the GT500 andf SRT8.

If a LS9 was to ever land in a Camaro, I think it would be as limited or more limited than a GT500KR.


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LS7 and LS9 are hand built engines, making them way too expensive for any Camaro production model.

So I voted LSA.

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post #9 of 21 Old 11-09-2008, 01:00 AM
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tough choice between the LS7 and LSA, GM couldn't go wrong in my book with either. i voted for the LSA this time around
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I agree. if an LS9 or LS7 is going to be put into a Camaro, I can guarantee you it would be in the Z06's price range. Imagine the 2010 Camaro- from $22K to 72K.

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