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Old 08-18-2008, 11:31 AM   #1
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Default Wanted: Wiring diagram ls2 and 6l80e

Hi, I'm new at this forum.

I'm going to build a tubular framed streetcar with a corvette c6 rolling chassis (LS2, 6l80e, z51 suspension) and a custom made Camaro 68 fiberglass body.

The questions:

Where can I find system descriptions and electrical wiring diagrams of the EMS and transmission system etc?

Does anyone on the forum have the gm workshop manual for the c6, does it include good system descriptions and electrical wiring diagrams?
Or does anyone have any useful information about this?

I have e-mailed Speartech a couple of times, conserning custom harness etc., but did not recieve any reply...

I think I can make a custom harness and get the systems to work If I got enough information.

Thanks in advance.

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Contact Allen Nelson at nelsonperformance.com. He's in the process of installing a 4l80E in the place of the 60E in my son's truck. He makes the harness etc and has done quite a few of the swaps. Good shop to do business with. He's in San Antonio TX.
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Old 08-19-2008, 08:11 AM   #4
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Maybe something in this will help..........

http://www.ls2.com/forums/showthread...hreadid=405808
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Old 08-19-2008, 08:34 AM   #5
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Maybe something in this will help..........

http://www.ls2.com/forums/showthread...hreadid=405808
That was a great page, lots of good info, thanks

Still need the wiring diagram and system description of the 6l80e paddle shifter trans.
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Contact Allen Nelson at nelsonperformance.com. He's in the process of installing a 4l80E in the place of the 60E in my son's truck. He makes the harness etc and has done quite a few of the swaps. Good shop to do business with. He's in San Antonio TX.
I would prefer to do the harness myself, but NRE are truly a company with high standard products. Do you think they have done a 6l80e swap? quite different from the 4l80e I think?
Are they going to use the standard EMS for your truck, or will they use electromotive EMS?

Patton: helms manuals, do you have them? could you give me some more info? are there mesurements for the frame and suspension? (OT, but I also need to know the mounting points for the upper control arms etc.)

Edit:Spelling..

BRGS,
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Old 08-19-2008, 11:12 AM   #6
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Go back to the LS2 site link and scroll down to post 24 and 25. I added some more wiring diagrams on the 6L80E. If that isn't what you need. Try and BE SPECIFIC on the wiring diagrams you need and I can supply the drawing for you.
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Old 08-19-2008, 05:38 PM   #7
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Go back to the LS2 site link and scroll down to post 24 and 25. I added some more wiring diagrams on the 6L80E. If that isn't what you need. Try and BE SPECIFIC on the wiring diagrams you need and I can supply the drawing for you.
Thank you very much

I'll read all info and check with my existing harness etc. Trying to figure out how to make a good sollution.

Thanks,
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