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Old 07-30-2005, 03:15 AM   #1
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LS1 to LS2 Conversion Harnesses

Please see our new cam sensor adapter harness

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and our knock sensor relocation harness

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LS1 to LS2 Conversion Harnesses

Please see our new cam sensor adapter harness

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and our knock sensor relocation harness

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Are these the only harnesses involved in a LS1 to LS2 swap?
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Are these the only harnesses involved in a LS1 to LS2 swap?
According to our dealers these are the only two required for a block swap.

There is a new connector assembly required for the LS2 throttle body as well if you are changing it.

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so teh TB will be a direct bolt in swap w/ no splicing required then??

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so teh TB will be a direct bolt in swap w/ no splicing required then??

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The harnesses we are talking about in this thread are related to changing blocks only.

The LS2 TB is a separate deal and requires a different connector be placed on the end of the LS1 TPS + TAM wiring.
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The harnesses we are talking about in this thread are related to changing blocks only.

The LS2 TB is a separate deal and requires a different connector be placed on the end of the LS1 TPS + TAM wiring.
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and what does it have to do w/ the ls2 block??
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so what does this mean

and what does it have to do w/ the ls2 block??
Dave, if you want to use the LS2 90mm Throttle Body (as I did on my C5) then you must splice the 6 wires in. It's like a $30 pigtail harness. Easy as cake... simple and looks factory..

Racetronix says there is not a female connector available for an inline connection.. so you have to splice it..
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thanks steve. I bet waytekwire.com has it. I'll have to take a look one of these days.

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thanks steve. I bet waytekwire.com has it. I'll have to take a look one of these days.

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It is a special TB connector so it is unlikely Waytek would carry it.
We should have some TB connector assemblies available within apx. 1 week. We are working on a fully PnP solution but it will take some time before it is available plus it will cost considerably more.
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TB connectors are in stock if anybody needs them.
PnP adapters will be available in a month or so.


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Dave, if you want to use the LS2 90mm Throttle Body (as I did on my C5) then you must splice the 6 wires in. It's like a $30 pigtail harness. Easy as cake... simple and looks factory..

Racetronix says there is not a female connector available for an inline connection.. so you have to splice it..
Glad to hear you have the 90mm TB working! Anyway you could help me out with the wire splicing? I'm very interested as well Sent you a couple of PM's, not sure if you got them

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It is a special TB connector so it is unlikely Waytek would carry it.
We should have some TB connector assemblies available within apx. 1 week. We are working on a fully PnP solution but it will take some time before it is available plus it will cost considerably more.

Any update on this? There's probably a bunch of us waiting for the PNP to come out.
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