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Let’s start off with some basics on our pricing.
When you order an engine from us (that isn’t part of a package) it doesn’t come with any accessories. It does NOT include starter, alternator, air flow meter, O2 sensors, etc.
When you order a “Stand Alone” harness from us (that isn’t part of a package) it is $750 for the modified harness and ECM.
When you purchase a package (an engine with a Stand Alone harness) then we reduce the price of the harness to $700 AND we include all the accessories you need to run the engine. This would include the starter, alternator, air flow meter, air induction tube, exhaust down spouts and O2 sensors. With this in mind you can simply add $700 to the price of any engine you’re interested in to get a package price.
The engine prices vary with mileage, but I’ll give you a basic idea of how we price our engine. Since these engines are going 300,000 to 400,000 miles without any issues we consider anything under 100,000 as low mileage, anything with 100,000 to 150,000 average/mid mileage and 150,000 to 225,000 as high mileage. With that in mind …
LR4 4.8 (270 HP) - $500-$700
LM7 5.3 (285HP) - $600-$800
L33 5.3 (310 HP) - $1400-$1800
LQ4 6.0 (300 HP) - $800-$1200
LQ9 6.0 (345 HP) - $1400-$1800
Of course, like anything there are always exceptions, but this will give you a good idea of our basic engine pricing.
The only other immediate consideration would be the difference between FBC (Fly By Cable) and FBW (Fly By Wire). The FBC is the old fashioned throttle cable connecting the throttle pedal to the throttle body. There is no cable with the FBW set up. It uses an “electronic” throttle pedal that is connected to a TAC (Throttle Actuation Control) Module which is then connected to the throttle body. If you go with a FBW engine package then you will need the pedal, TAC module and connecting harness. These items typically sell for $150, but when we’re including them as part of a package then the price is reduced to $100.
The 4L60E automatic transmission runs about $550-$650
The 4L80E automatic transmission runs about $700-$850
The NV3500 manual transmission runs about $700-$850
The NV4500 manual transmission runs about $1000-$1250
Complete Stand Alone Engine Wire Harnesses
Stand Alone Harnesses With or Without Transmision Control
Our Parent Company Just Chevy Trucks.com
What Our Customers Are Saying...
I ordered a 5.3 stand alone "Express" Van harness for my Mustang and I just wanted to let you know it made the install a snap. I literally pulled the ecu and harness out of the box and started the engine 2 hours later. I mounted the ECU in the passenger compartment and that made it very nice. I was just passing along my positive experience!
Thanks, Brant Campbell
Everyone should know that they can buy with confidence from Just Chevy Trucks. They answered all calls and questions with speed and professionalism. I could not have asked for better customer service before, during, and especially after the sale. Already thinking of a new project. Thanks for everything! A special thanks too Stu for all his advice and help which made this project run much smoother.
I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THE TIME TO THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU HELP AND KINDNESS THRU THIS SWAP I WILL DEFINITLY KEEP INTOUCH THE TRUCK SHOULD BE ALL PUT TOGETHER THIS SUNDAY (FINGERS CROSSED) TAKING LITTLE MORE TIME DUE TO WORK SCHEDULE I WILL SEND A COMPLETE VIDEO OF TRUCK UP AND RUN ON THE FIRST TEST DRIVE.
THANKS AGAIN ENGINE IS RUNNING GREAT RUNS GOOD SOUNDS GOOD I WILL KEEP YOU UPDATED ON ALL NEW MODS (EXHAUST - SUPER CHARGER - ETC)
THANKS AGAIN BILL BRYNER
Just ordered my 6.0. Stu is the best. Very informative & packed with knowledge. I was a little nervous at first, but by the time I was finished talking with Stu, I was very confident in my purchase. Awesome customer service & they make sure you are happy with your decision, before making your purchase. I thought I knew a lot from my research & was delightfully humbled by the vast amount of knowledge Stu had & was so willing to share.100% recommend giving them a call. Thanx guys. ~ Brian Jeffreys
To the left are some pitures of Mark Moser's Old School Chevy Build. It's a Gen 4 5.3 with a 6L80 Transmission and a VSS Passenger side drop NP241 Transfer Case. A VERY NICE Blend of Old School Cool and New School Technology!
Jack Cornelius's Jeep... WOW!
Here are pics of my 78 CJ with the stand alone 5.3 you sold me. I have been building hot rods and jeeps for over thirty years and after dealing with you guys i will never build another engine its just to easy to drop it in and go! Thanks again Dave Wiley Mt. Zion Illinois
Dave Wiley's '78 CJ with a 5.3 LSx Engine
Jari Karppi's '87 C10 Chevy LSx Powered In Helsinki Finland!