Originally Posted by Wizard1183
$45k tops. Why would it cost anymore if you left an SS as is? LS7s are not THAT expensive. You must subtract an LS3 from the price of that LS7. You can't add it on top of the price of an SS because you're not getting 2 engines. The harness needed and dry sump configured into the car? A 2SS would be $45k. 1SS $42k?
Originally Posted by Wondering
As good as this sounds,you can't just slap an LS7 in an SS and call it a day. Well,you could,but GM certainly isn't going to do it without the upgraded associated parts necessary to warranty it for 100k miles.
I agree with Wondering. If GM were to have an LS7 available to put in, they would need to go through the drivetrain and suspension to warranty it and that cost $. I would say it would be in the neighborhood of 48k as a base for the 2SS, before any options. And don't forget the ADM's
unless you can get it from a dealer like Rogers Chevrolet
2015 CRT 1SS/1LE RS/Recaro's/NPP/Nav/Rear vision pkg./BA speaker upgrade.
ARH 1 7/8 headers, CAI, BMR 1.25 drop springs, JPSS Billet Bushings, Peddars Cradle Bushings, DSS driveshaft ...421 whp...so far.