Stage 2 Heads - Cadillac V-Series - CTS-V, STS-V and XLR-V
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Put them on the slow Vette! 1 12.50%
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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-27-2005, 10:05 AM Thread Starter
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Question Stage 2 Heads

Ok, so I've got a set of Stage 2 LS6 heads sitting in my garage and I'm not sure what I should do with them. I've got a 99 Corvette that is just begging to have heads installed on it, it's had a CAM and intake done to it and is going to get some headers sometime (hopefully soon).

If you guys had these heads which car would you install them on?





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Why would anyone have stage 2 heads just sitting around?
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Why would anyone have stage 2 heads just sitting around?
I put them on the Corvette

http://www.thend.org/~mkane/Corvette...?g2_itemId=193

Pics at the above URL. Enjoy!




2005 CTS-V - repurchased by GM as a lemon
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1999 Corvette Fixed Roof Coupe
http://www.thend.org/~mkane/Corvette/

Install a wide band oxygen sensor in place of a stock sensor:
http://www.thend.org/~mkane/Corvette/wbo2.html

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Notice: Vehicle component durability is greatly influenced by these driver abuses. Driving in this manner is not recommended.
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I put them on the Corvette

http://www.thend.org/~mkane/Corvette...?g2_itemId=193

Pics at the above URL. Enjoy!
I love the pic of the flames coming out of the collector!!
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I love the pic of the flames coming out of the collector!!
Yeah, we had the header off because a bolt broke off in the A.I.R. tube. We tried everything from that torch, easy outs, and even a sawzall but it wouldn't budge. At the end of the day we decided to have some fun with the torch and the O2 bung - the picture is the result. We got the bolt out with a welder.




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http://www.thend.org/~mkane/Corvette/

Install a wide band oxygen sensor in place of a stock sensor:
http://www.thend.org/~mkane/Corvette/wbo2.html

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Notice: Vehicle component durability is greatly influenced by these driver abuses. Driving in this manner is not recommended.
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what a pain in the arse!!
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