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Unfortunately an auto, but the price was WAY below blue book and with tons of documentation. I couldn't pass it up.....I'm from St.Louis actually....i'm just messing around with settings lol

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o ok well naturally well sct tune and ur auto will run better than a manual

I've been told these auto's are great. But she's staying stock until i graduate then the modding will begin...

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' date='Feb 22 2010, 11:20 PM' post='13150']

All the LSx motors are pretty much interchangeable.

Soooooooooo much to do with these motors.

I want to do headers/exhaust/cam.............SOOOOO bad

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ha ha thanks man. hate when that sh!t happens....

I love mine stock that way i don't have to worry about someones shotty work. But mods will come in time :willy_nilly:

thanks for the welcome guys!

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