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Camaro Gto Ls1 Alternator Power Steering Bracket K10167 on 2040-parts.com

US $287.00
Location:

Springfield, Missouri, United States

Springfield, Missouri, United States
Condition:New Brand:Kwik Performance, Inc. Manufacturer Part Number:K10167

Help for LS1 Camaro engine swaps

Relocate your LS1 alternator and power steering pump with this bracket package.

  • It's professionally engineered and tested.
  • The clean design looks like it came from the factory.
  • It's so inexpensive you won't even have to get permission from your wife.
  • Here's a Kwik and easy solution to your LS1 alternator and power steering pump problems:

    • You may have clearance issues with the frame, motor mount, or steering box.
    • You want to use your F-body alternator and "Type 2" remote reservoir power steering pump, but place them in the Corvette locations.

    Here's how to solve those problems:

    • Keep your current alternator and pump.
    • Mount them with a bracket kit from Kwik Performance, Inc.

    This listing fits Camaro, Firebird, and GTO LSx engines only.

    Features and benefits

    • Stresses and vibrations evaluated with Finite Element Analysis and prototype testing.
    • All pulleys aligned with each other within SAE specifications.
    • Zinc plated fasteners used throughout for corrosion resistance and great appearance.
    • All brackets made from 6061-T6 aluminum for light weight, good looks, and rust-free appearance. Matches the all-aluminum LSx engines.
    • All plates are cut on a computer-controlled, ultra-high pressure water jet.
    • All pulleys, belts, alternators, pumps, etc. are standard, easily available items.

    What is included:

    • Front and rear attachment plates.
    • Spacer tubes.
    • Idler pulley mount.
    • All fasteners needed to attach the brackets to the engine, and the alternator and pump to the brackets.
    • Smooth idler pulley.

    Additional parts needed to complete the installation (not included in this kit):

    • Six-rib belt, length such that the tensioner indicator arrow is between the max and min marks.
    • LSx Engine with Camaro crank pulley and water pump.
    • An LSx alternator from an F-body or truck/SUV.
    • Almost any Type 2 remote reservoir power steering pump. Note: 2004 GTO pump does not fit.
    • A compatible power steering pulley, with proper offset.
    • AC compressor bracket shown is not required and not included. The standard GM tensioner can be used.

    Click here for installation instructions

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