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Old 04-16-2003, 06:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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LS timing belt same as GSR or SI?

Alright my question is pretty simply and I feel stupid for asking. So, is a GSR or SI timing belt usable on an LS? The reason I ask is b/c I wanna use a TODA racing timing belt and they only offer it for a GSR or SI. Thanks everybody!
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nop they are not the same, the gsr or si have more teeth, i think that you need to get a water pump to use the gsr belt on the LS
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nop they are not the same, the gsr or si have more teeth, i think that you need to get a water pump to use the gsr belt on the LS
a mean a gsr water pump for the gsr time belt in the LS block
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So, if I upgrade to a vtec water pump an oil pump the timing belt will fit? Thanks tj
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but don't get the SI belt because is shorter than the LS and GSR
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but don't get the SI belt because is shorter than the LS and GSR
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