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Bruce Nunnally

Cadillac XLR with LS3 Engine swap

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This is a Cadillac XLR that has swapped in an LS3 OHV V8 to replace the NS:

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cadillac XLR with a LS3/t56

max power 486

max torque 456


Bruce

2016 Cadillac ATS-V gray/black; 2013 Cadillac ATS 2L Turbo Premium (Wife's)

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The interesting question to me is, what on the dash still works? The Corvette uses the LS3, and the XLR uses a corvette chassis, so the physical fit is workable. You would need to use a Corvette PCM/ECM and *maybe* with standardization of the interfaces then everything just plugs and plays. I would like to hear more from the owner, but based on the UAE license plate we may not.


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