FAQs

Q- Will your mount kits work with RHD chassis’?

A- Our basic mount kits will work with RHD vehicles and so will our sway bars. Unfortunately the headers, power steering lines and master cylinder kit are not RHD compatible. We’re working to release a full RHD suite of swap parts asap for all chassis

Q- Do I need to flash my ECU when doing this swap?

A- Yes your LS ECU does need to be flashed. We can do that in house if you would like to send that in. That service starts at $175.

Q- Can my car have A/C?

A- Right now we have an A/C kit for the LS swapped S-chassis’. We will be releasing the Z/G version of this A/C kit asap. In the mean time those chassis’ will have to be a custom on-off setup.

Q- Do you ship your products internationally?

A- We ship everything worldwide. Feel free to email us for an accurate quote or you can setup an international order directly off our website. Also we may even have an international dealer setup near you! Be sure to check our dealers page to find out.

Q- What is your return policy?

A- We can accept returns for unused parts up to 30-days after purchasing with a 10% restocking fee. After that we are unable to process a return.

Q- Can I use a LQ engine with your mount kit (or another truck version that shares the LS mount locations)?

A- This kit is compatible with truck setups. However the accessory drive may need to be switched over to the car version for clearance purposes. We haven’t done any first hand testing with the truck engines so we can’t say for sure, just a heads up in that regards, since our kit in designed completely around clearances for car engines.

Q - Can I use a 4L60E transmission with the Sikky swap kit?

A – Yes, but there are variants that will not be compatible. The 1998-2001 Firebirds with Gen III LS1’s with automatic transmissions came with a 4L65E transmission not a 4L60! However, “4L60E” is cast into the case of the 4L65E making it confusing to figure out what transmission you have. The only noticeable external difference is the bellhousing.  The 4L65E uses a 7-bolt bellhousing, and the 4L60E uses a 6-bolt bellhousing.  The 4L65E bellhousing is also ~1in longer than the 4L60E bellhousing causing fitment issues with our transmission crossmember.GM accounted for this extra bellhousing length by shortening the tail housing to use the same length drive shaft on all the F-body cars. Please contact our sales team if you are unsure of which transmission you have so we can be sure to get you the correct driveshaft. 

Q - Will a 4L80E transmission work with my swap kit?

A – No