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Old 12-17-2011, 05:09 PM   #1
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this is a list to do a DOD delete on a 5.3, the same thing would go for the 6.0 and 6.2 but you would need L92 head gaskets *ONLY IF IT HAS DOD ALSO* but you'd have to purchase the front cover.

LS2 timing cover sensor gasket and seal 12633906 (only needed if you have VVT)

Cam Gears *there are 2 options*

Single bolt *you already have this cam gear if you have a 4.8/5.3*
3 bolt
Part Number: 12586481


Head Gaskets

Part Number: 12498544 *this is for 2 5.3 head gaskets, not the single pack*

LS7 Lifters

Part Number: 12499225

LS2 Dampener *i recommend to swap this because the factory tension is JUNK*

Part Number: 12588670

Lifter Guide *you need 4 of these*

Part Number: 12595365

Valley Cover *without AFM and without the PVC vent (known as the 4.8 valley cover. it is just like the LS3/7 valley cover just half the price)*

Part Number: 12598832

LS9 head gasket: 12622033 *you need 2*

L92/LS3 (6.2) head gasket: 12610046 *you need 2*

6.0 head gasket: 12589227 *you need 2*

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non VVT front cover: 12633906 (only needed if you have VVT)

Various Gaskets
Water Pump X 2 12630223
Valve Cover X 2 12637683

Oil Pump O-Ring 12584922 - orange

ARP Head Bolts for 05+ block 134-3610
ARP LS crank bolt (except LS7) 234-2503
ARP cam retainer plate bolts 134-1002
ARP cam sprocket bolts 134-1003



Your total for the cam/dod delete with parts will range about 1600-1700 depending where you can save on costs

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Old 12-17-2011, 05:21 PM   #2
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Good.info x2 on sticky
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Old 12-18-2011, 05:49 PM   #4
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I agree, good info.

Let me know when you get everything organized in your 6L80e swap thread and Ill stick it too.
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i was also doing some reading that the diablo tuner gives you a choice to turn it on or off will you have any problems if you do it this way for the time being ?
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Same question as the dude above me...if you just want a stock truck that doesn't turn off cylinders and you just turn it off with the tune and be done?
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That will be fine, it just needs to be done when you will be running a high lift cam it not then just turn it off in the tune.
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So on the cam gear all I have to do is change it to a 3 bolt and that's it?
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Yes if changing to a three bolt cam, the three bolt cam gear is all thats needed, unless you wish to change the whole timing set/tensioner.
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