Thanks to those of you commenting on the C8 engine swap project currently being performed by the Corvette Mechanic Paul Koerner at Key Chevrolet in Middletown, CT. Paul has been performing the engine swap after the original engine literally blew multiple holes through the engine block so the Sebring Orange Corvette has earned a new engine thanks to GM’s warranty.
Paul reached out to us the other day to thank us for sharing his videos. As these big service jobs aren’t seen in this kind of detail all that often, we are learning so much about what is involved. We thanked him as well for sharing the wealth of knowledge and experience that Paul has become known for from his various seminars at the major Corvette shows.
Now that Paul has the replacement LT2 engine mated correctly to the Tremec dual-clutch 8-speed transmission, it’s now time to install the wiring harness. Back in the original video, Paul showed us how the shrapnel from the engine block had nicked the original wiring harness, so this new one is also required to make the car as good as new again.
To lead off the video, Paul also discusses the importance of torque wrenches and how they help make sure the service job is completed with the bolts torqued down to the same specs as they were when the car left the factory.
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The Corvette Mechanic Paul Koerner Goes to Work on a Grenaded LT2 Corvette Engine
The Corvette Mechanic Paul Koerner Takes a Look at a C8 Corvette’s Wiring Harness
Corvette Mechanic Paul Koerner Receives the LT2 Engine Block For His C8 Engine Swap
Corvette Mechanic Paul Koerner Receives a New Intake Manifold for His C8 Engine Swap
The Corvette Mechanic Paul Koerner Studies Up for the C8 Engine Swap
The Corvette Mechanic Paul Koerner Starts the LT2 Engine Removal Process
[VIDEO] The Corvette Mechanic Paul Koerner Successfully Drops the Damaged LT2 V8 Engine
[VIDEO] The Corvette Mechanic Paul Koerner on Mating the Tremec DCT to the LT2 V8 Engine