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Old 07-02-2019, 09:25 PM
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Has anyone removed the eforce supercharger from their LS7 in order to find a faulty lifter etc.?
Im wondering if I can leave the injectors in and what else. Id like to do as little as possible to remove/replace. Any tips?

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Old 07-02-2019, 11:53 PM
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Coolant lines, belt obviously, fuel rails/injectors, and vac lines need to come off of it. Then just pull the heads as you normally would.
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Old 07-03-2019, 06:49 AM
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I think you will need to remove the fuel rails and injectors to get to the bolts that hold the supercharger to the heads. As CHR89 states, some of the coolant lines, belts, wires, etc. to be able to pull the heads.
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Old 07-04-2019, 03:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Spaceme1117 View Post
I think you will need to remove the fuel rails and injectors to get to the bolts that hold the supercharger to the heads. As CHR89 states, some of the coolant lines, belts, wires, etc. to be able to pull the heads.
Don't laugh but I didn't want to remove the fuel rails because even after all these years I dont have experience with this. I struggled to remove the bolts for the manifold/charger and got everything off without removing the injectors/rails.

What I meant was if there were any shortcuts or to look out for. I'm surprised to see 2 fuel lines on on each of my fuel rails.
Now this thing is friggin heavy! I got it to move off of the heads and forward a bit. I found everything I could. The rearmost bolt on passenger side comes off easier if one removes the MAP sensor (I think that's what it is) I still have to see if there is something else holding this thing on or snagging or if I'm just a weakling.
I got a look at that cnc'd LS7 intake port...thing of beauty.
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