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Old 09-03-2007, 01:09 PM   #1
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Arrow Corvette accessory drive belt system...

I understand that the corvette accessory drive belt system is needed to allow the LS1 to fit in the S10.

I found this on the GMPP site...http://www.gmperformanceparts.com/Pa...B&sku=12497698

Is this what I need? If not, where can I go to look for this corvette accessory system?

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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

Yes I can get that kit for under $700 They have one for the LS2 setup or the LS1. Neither are available yet. I call Gm every week and still not available and no ETA. I think list is somewhere around $900. Ikll be getting one as soon as they come out.
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

the kit pictured in the link above will not fit an LSx engine.
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

what about the 5.3 motor will i need corvette acessories for it?
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

People have used the truck accessories.

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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

Quote: Originally Posted by LS2Sonoma
got my GMPP parts catalog today

remember you mentioned the serpentine kit? heres the numbers for ya, regardless of what swap or vehicle you buy next:


LS1, LS6 19155506
LS2, LS7 19155507

they come with everything!!


Here are the part number for the complete Vette accessories from GM Performance Parts...
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Corvette or 5.3l system?

I'm a little confused on what I need to get to fit the LS1 into a 97 S10. Do I need the Corvette accessory drive system or the system for the 5.3l truck engines? Will both work? If so, I would imagine that the truck serpentine system would be cheaper. Is this true?
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

The picture I posted above has the truck accessories, thats why I posted it. I would be about $1200 cheaper to do the truck stuff.
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

well thats my play im using truck accessories then. Anything else I need to know guys?
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

It looks like its alot more room if you were to use the truck accessories.
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

Quote: Originally Posted by SweetS10V8
People have used the truck accessories.
Do you know how much clearance was there around the P/S pump?

The Truck A/C compressor is located low on the motor and requires the frame to be cut out for the A/C compressor.

A little work, but doable.

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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

So truck accessories (from the 5.3l motor) will fit on the LS1 to allow it to fit in my S10?
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

Quote: Originally Posted by SweetS10V8
The picture I posted above has the truck accessories, thats why I posted it. I would be about $1200 cheaper to do the truck stuff.
It is more than that if you get a/c...
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

So the the truck accessories are cheaper than ls1 parts?
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

What is needed to use all the truck parts? what modifications is needed to make it work?
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

Quote: Originally Posted by RazorS10
What is needed to use all the truck parts? what modifications is needed to make it work?
I got my truck accessories and my engine for $950 with 18k miles. My corvette accessories and high mount a/c was almost double that.

To use the truck ones, you have to notch the frame where the a/c is in front of the right wheel and box it off with angle iron and welding.
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

Part# 19155066 is there accessory kit for Gen 3 and Part# 19155067 is for Gen 4. Each lists for $964. Dealer cost is $674.80 Included in the Gen 3 kit is the following. And these part #'s are Corvette Accesories

Serp and A/C belt
Tensioner and A/C tensioner
A/C compressor idler pulley
A/C compressor
A/C compressor bracket
P/S pump (reman)
P/S bracket
Alternator and P/S pump bracket
P/S pump brace
P/S pump pulley
Alternator
P/S pump reservoir

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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

Quote: Originally Posted by Christobevii3
I got my truck accessories and my engine for $950 with 18k miles. My corvette accessories and high mount a/c was almost double that.

To use the truck ones, you have to notch the frame where the a/c is in front of the right wheel and box it off with angle iron and welding.
Thanks man that helped me out alot. what exactly does the notch look like?
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

Quote: Originally Posted by PEKO
Part# 19155066 is there accessory kit for Gen 3 and Part# 19155067 is for Gen 4. Each lists for $964. Dealer cost is $674.80 Included in the Gen 3 kit is the following. And these part #'s are Corvette Accesories

Serp and A/C belt
Tensioner and A/C tensioner
A/C compressor idler pulley
A/C compressor
A/C compressor bracket
P/S pump (reman)
P/S bracket
Alternator and P/S pump bracket
P/S pump brace
P/S pump pulley
Alternator
P/S pump reservoir
Thats a real good price! My brother works for saturn so I should be able to get that discount.
Old 09-08-2007, 02:04 AM   #20
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

Not sure exactly but the 99 guy on here with the truck has pictures in his thread if you can find it.
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

Yeah I dont think its a bad price especially since it comes with the Corvette Alternator and A/C Compressor
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

damn, so I guess my ls1 out of a trans am won't work, or will it?
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

It seems like gmpartsdirect.com already has it because I already put the numbers.http://www.gmpartsdirect.com/results.cfm then i found one on jegs
http://www.jegs.com/webapp/wcs/store...10002_94398_-1 will these work?because it's almost time to dismantle my truck and put the ls1.help me out guys
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

weird.... I dont know about sticking the LS1 into a S10, but I have a LS6 out of a corvette and I had to convert it over to the F-body accessory drive for hood clearance.

The corvette alternator sits up higher so it makes the hood clearence suck for my car. Its only a little 240sx

But none the less I think any accessory drive would work. The f-body setup is the lowest profile.

Corvette Drive, See how high the alt is


F body drive, the alt sits under the PS pump. Front to rear the lengths are the same so it shouldn't matter which one you use. Its just lower profile

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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

since I got the trans am low profile, I am hoping that will work.
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Yeah I dont think you should have issues, if so adress it then just get it started and see how it goes.

I'm gonna start putting some power adders on there soon.
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yeah, I'll see how it goes with the install!!Good thin I got all winter to work on it, knock on wood!!
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

If you need help let me know, ill shoot you ideas and suggestions. Any power adders in mind?
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

Yes truck acc. will work. go read the lsx swap sticky at the top of the page. In that tread there is a posted link that has pics of this mythical set up. it is possible to take the entire 5.3 (aside from oil pan and exaust manifolds) and put it in an s-10. I have seen it first hand.
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

im so confused as to what will work. i hear use corvette accessories. well all of them? or are some of the fbody trans am/camaro ls1 brackets compatible? can i use corvette alt and ps pump and still use my balancer and ac compressor.

If i go with 5.3 stuff, how much of the original ls1 stuff can i use back. i cant follow what is innerchangable. all i hear is use the complete system which does make sense. im going to try to make the fbody stuff work whenever i get enough bills paid to do my swap. if they work. i will post pics and show what i had to do.

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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

Quote: Originally Posted by andrew69_04
im so confused as to what will work. i hear use corvette accessories. well all of them? or are some of the fbody trans am/camaro ls1 brackets compatible? can i use corvette alt and ps pump and still use my balancer and ac compressor.

If i go with 5.3 stuff, how much of the original ls1 stuff can i use back. i cant follow what is innerchangable. all i hear is use the complete system which does make sense. im going to try to make the fbody stuff work whenever i get enough bills paid to do my swap. if they work. i will post pics and show what i had to do.
thats the same thing I said, I guess hope fully the trans am ones work.
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

THE 5.3 the LS1 5.7, LS6 5.7, and LQ's are all the same block with the difference of iron VS aluminum and the oil windows and displacements. The accessories from one fit the other if you have the brackets for the accessories you want to use. For example if you have a 5.3 and want to change the accessories and and intake from a LS1 corvette just start unbolting all of the stuff off the LS1 and put it on the 5.3.

I havent done the swap on an S10 or sonoma but I dont think anything will get in the way of the install. The truck motors with high sitting alternator and intake could make it hard to close the hood, but you should have no issue getting it in.

The F Body LS1 has the lower profile alternator postition, so it may fit the best for hood clearance.

When I converted my covette engine to the fbody drive the balancer, and waterpump were the same and the other devices were the same it appeared it was only brackets. I ended up using all of the Fbody stuff because it was much newer with about 5K on them apposed to 46K

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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

from what i have heard the f-body ones wont work because the alternator will hit the steering box. i used the truck accessories but had to move my power steering pump up because i set my engine lower into the chassis making my own mounts. others have used the truck accessories with no modifications.
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Quote: Originally Posted by AceHaag
from what i have heard the f-body ones wont work because the alternator will hit the steering box. i used the truck accessories but had to move my power steering pump up because i set my engine lower into the chassis making my own mounts. others have used the truck accessories with no modifications.
SINCE YOU KNOW THE TRUCK ACCESORIES do you know the exact part numbers, that way i can order them for my ls1.thnaks
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all mine were on the engine when i got it so i don't have any part numbers, but i do believe they are somewhere in the "s10 ls1ers" thread on ls1tech .com but have fun trying to find anything in that thread
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Quote: Originally Posted by AceHaag
all mine were on the engine when i got it so i don't have any part numbers, but i do believe they are somewhere in the "s10 ls1ers" thread on ls1tech .com but have fun trying to find anything in that thread
what is all needed of the 5.3 for the ls1?
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

Quote: Originally Posted by PEKO
Part# 19155066 is there accessory kit for Gen 3 and Part# 19155067 is for Gen 4. Each lists for $964. Dealer cost is $674.80 Included in the Gen 3 kit is the following. And these part #'s are Corvette Accesories

Serp and A/C belt
Tensioner and A/C tensioner
A/C compressor idler pulley
A/C compressor
A/C compressor bracket
P/S pump (reman)
P/S bracket
Alternator and P/S pump bracket
P/S pump brace
P/S pump pulley
Alternator
P/S pump reservoir
So the LS-2s use a different set of accessories than the LS-1 Corvette engines?, for some reason, I thought it was the same set up, I have a set of LS-1 Corvette accessories that will be for sale if I end up doing an LS-2
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Quote: Originally Posted by BLACKZQ8stepside
So the LS-2s use a different set of accessories than the LS-1 Corvette engines?, for some reason, I thought it was the same set up, I have a set of LS-1 Corvette accessories that will be for sale if I end up doing an LS-2
how much are you asking for?
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Quote: Originally Posted by bitchin sonoma
how much are you asking for?
I'm not,...yet,..
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

Quote: Originally Posted by BLACKZQ8stepside
So the LS-2s use a different set of accessories than the LS-1 Corvette engines?, for some reason, I thought it was the same set up, I have a set of LS-1 Corvette accessories that will be for sale if I end up doing an LS-2
at the end is better to stay with the ls1!!
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Razor. If he works at Saturn can he order stuff from GM Performance? Just curious because I work at a Pontiac, Buick GMC dealer and I can order just about any GM part except Saturn and Saab. They have there own part number system.
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

Guys, the biggest differences between front accessories for the F-Body, Corvette and the trucks is the spacing from the block. The GTO and CTSv both use variations of the corvette accessories, but with different oil pans.

The Corvette provides the most clearance between the radiator and the block.

The Truck Accessories are the furthest away from the block.

The key is keeping it simple by deciding how your cooling system is going to be built.

If you are using large fans behind the radiator, then you might consider the corvette drive accessories.

You don't want to mix accessories/brackets between them, unless you are prepared to experiment with spacers.

The Corvette LS2 Waterpump provides the greatest clearance between the fans/radiator and the engine.

I'm not sure that I've seen a Gen2 S10 with an F-Body LS1, because of interference between the PS pump and the S10 Steering gearbox.

Corvette LS2 and LS1 accessories are basically in the same location. The main difference is the water pump

Truck 4.8, 5.3 and 6.0 accessories can work, you just have to adjust your cooling system forward slightly or use slightly thinner fans.

These setups are almost "given" away at salvage yards because of the surplus. I probably wouldn't re-use a "take-off" waterpump, but wouldn't have any problems with the brackets, alternator and a/c compressor.

Take the time to look at some of the trucks out there that have the "truck" engine accessories and the corvette. There are pros and cons to each.
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Re: Corvette accessory drive belt system...

truck acc. becool swap rad, and flex a lite 210's. this set up has netted me no problems. I have recently gone to a l92 water pump for better outlet angle and used A steel flex hose. this made it even better.
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Quote: Originally Posted by philntx
Guys, the biggest differences between front accessories for the F-Body, Corvette and the trucks is the spacing from the block. The GTO and CTSv both use variations of the corvette accessories, but with different oil pans.

The Corvette provides the most clearance between the radiator and the block.

The Truck Accessories are the furthest away from the block.

The key is keeping it simple by deciding how your cooling system is going to be built.

If you are using large fans behind the radiator, then you might consider the corvette drive accessories.

You don't want to mix accessories/brackets between them, unless you are prepared to experiment with spacers.

The Corvette LS2 Waterpump provides the greatest clearance between the fans/radiator and the engine.

I'm not sure that I've seen a Gen2 S10 with an F-Body LS1, because of interference between the PS pump and the S10 Steering gearbox.

Corvette LS2 and LS1 accessories are basically in the same location. The main difference is the water pump

Truck 4.8, 5.3 and 6.0 accessories can work, you just have to adjust your cooling system forward slightly or use slightly thinner fans.

These setups are almost "given" away at salvage yards because of the surplus. I probably wouldn't re-use a "take-off" waterpump, but wouldn't have any problems with the brackets, alternator and a/c compressor.

Take the time to look at some of the trucks out there that have the "truck" engine accessories and the corvette. There are pros and cons to each.
do you know all the part numbers of the truck accesories that will work for my ls1?thanksI need to get every thing together becuase I only have till the end of december to remove every thing of my truck and start the ls1 project.
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Quote: Originally Posted by 99 BUCKET
truck acc. becool swap rad, and flex a lite 210's. this set up has netted me no problems. I have recently gone to a l92 water pump for better outlet angle and used A steel flex hose. this made it even better.
I also got the be cool radiator but in te polish version!!
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So they couldn't tell me what the kit matched up to.

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where exactly can i get these accesories? i dont want no screw ups with a dealership.
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Quote: Originally Posted by RazorS10
where exactly can i get these accesories? i dont want no screw ups with a dealership.
which accessories?
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the vette accesories do i need the ls1/ls6 or the ls2 accesories
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I'm going to be using a 6.0 lq9 2003-04
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