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I have a 2021 Blazer Lt with the V6 engine, and am trying to find upgrades for it. Everything i have come across says its for the RS model. My question is, Does anyone know if these parts will fit on the Lt model. Like the Magnaflow exhaust or the Eibach sport springs. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Hello. You can Google the differences between each model and compare. LT, Luxury Touring, is simply a package (trim level) identifier. Every V6 on the Blazer is exactly the same engine. The wheelbase and chassis are the same on all Blazers. Give Google a try and you'll probably get all your answers. There are many that have performed a number of upgrades to our Blazers here on the forums. It's not a bunch of upgrades, but there are some more minor but impactful mods. Not a whole lot you can do with the Blazer yet. I would encourage you to do a search here on the forums on anything you're thinking about doing and see what others are saying about that. You may find some helpful information.

Good luck!
 

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I have a 2021 Blazer Lt with the V6 engine, and am trying to find upgrades for it. Everything i have come across says its for the RS model. My question is, Does anyone know if these parts will fit on the Lt model. Like the Magnaflow exhaust or the Eibach sport springs. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
The RS trim package is an aesthetic upgrade more than anything else. Traditionally in the world of Chevrolet, RS stands for "Rally Sport" which signifies some major performance upgrade against the next closest trim level, but that isn't the case for this generation of Blazers. The only difference for the 2021 model years was that the AWD system for the RS and Premier level trims is slightly more advanced than those for the L's and LT's. If you're like me and have a LT model with the V6, AWD, and towing package, there's really no difference between our LT's and the RS aside from the hard/soft trim finishes.

You should be okay to proceed with the Magnaflow exhaust and Eibach sport springs. Are you doing a full exhaust system replacement or just a "cat-back"?

Also, just remember that if you should need to take the car to the dealer for any manufacturer warranty claims related to your exhaust or suspension systems, they will probably be voided from doing these mods. If that's not a concern, have at it and be sure to share how the results come out!
 

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The RS trim package is an aesthetic upgrade more than anything else. Traditionally in the world of Chevrolet, RS stands for "Rally Sport" which signifies some major performance upgrade against the next closest trim level, but that isn't the case for this generation of Blazers. The only difference for the 2021 model years was that the AWD system for the RS and Premier level trims is slightly more advanced than those for the L's and LT's. If you're like me and have a LT model with the V6, AWD, and towing package, there's really no difference between our LT's and the RS aside from the hard/soft trim finishes.

You should be okay to proceed with the Magnaflow exhaust and Eibach sport springs. Are you doing a full exhaust system replacement or just a "cat-back"?

Also, just remember that if you should need to take the car to the dealer for any manufacturer warranty claims related to your exhaust or suspension systems, they will probably be voided from doing these mods. If that's not a concern, have at it and be sure to share how the results come out!
Thanks for the response. That is pretty much what i was asking about. I do know that the LT's rear bumper would have to be modified for the MagnaFlow exhaust, or I would have to just buy the RS bumper for the exhaust tips to fit. But I will be sure to post pictures once everything is completed.
 

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Hello. You can Google the differences between each model and compare. LT, Luxury Touring, is simply a package (trim level) identifier. Every V6 on the Blazer is exactly the same engine. The wheelbase and chassis are the same on all Blazers. Give Google a try and you'll probably get all your answers. There are many that have performed a number of upgrades to our Blazers here on the forums. It's not a bunch of upgrades, but there are some more minor but impactful mods. Not a whole lot you can do with the Blazer yet. I would encourage you to do a search here on the forums on anything you're thinking about doing and see what others are saying about that. You may find some helpful information.

Good luck!
If you want to give it a new look, get some wider tires and new rims. That’s the biggest thing you can do at this point! I put 265/60/18 on mine with the stock 18” rims and it gave a very beefy look!
 

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I have a 2021 Blazer Lt with the V6 engine, and am trying to find upgrades for it. Everything i have come across says its for the RS model. My question is, Does anyone know if these parts will fit on the Lt model. Like the Magnaflow exhaust or the Eibach sport springs. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I suppose the springs & suspension are primarily the same. RS is a sport appearance package with leather interior. The exhaust on LT/RS is identical, other than chrome outlets. The only differences you may encounter are whether you have FWD or AWD. Make sure they're compatible or do like me, give up on the Blazers & trade up to a Cadillac CT5 V Blackwing 🙃
 

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I have a 2021 Blazer Lt with the V6 engine, and am trying to find upgrades for it. Everything i have come across says its for the RS model. My question is, Does anyone know if these parts will fit on the Lt model. Like the Magnaflow exhaust or the Eibach sport springs. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Magnaflo only choice
 
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