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Old 02-23-2008, 07:27 AM   #1
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LS1


When GM dared to release a redesigned small-block in 1997, it succeeded beyond the expectations of enthusiasts around the world. Known as the LS Family V-8 small-block, the first and most popular version is the high-performance LS1 –available here as a complete crate engine from GM Performance Parts.

In many ways, the LS1 is superior to any small-block that came before it. A deep-skirt, six-bolt-main block, with structural oil pan and other carefully engineered features, helps make the LS1 a strong, smooth running and dependable engine. A highlift camshaft actuating big 2.00/1.55 valves in symmetrical-port cylinder heads helps make it a uncompromised performer.

The engine is rated at 350 horsepower and 365 lb.-ft. of torque. The engine includes a GTO-style oil pan, electronic drive-bywire throttle body, intake manifold, exhaust manifolds, fuel rail with injectors, balancer, and 14" automatic transmission flexplate. It makes a great performance engine for your performance vehicle project – just add your wiring and electronics.
A handy reference guide is available to help install the engine in older cars with minimal guesswork.

Go high-tech with your next project!


*Applications have not been validated. They are merely suggestions of how you might enjoy your GM Performance Parts crate engine. Some applications may affect engine warranty. Some applications may not be emission legal; check state and local ordinances.







Block Part Number:
12561166


Block Type:
Cast aluminum with 6-bolt, cross-bolted main caps


Bore x stroke (in):
3.90 x 3.62 (99 x 92 mm)


Camshaft duration (@.050 in):
200 degree intake / 203 degree exhaust


Camshaft lift (in):
.500 intake / .500 exhaust


Camshaft Part Number:
12561721


Camshaft type:
Hydraulic roller


Compression ratio:
10.25:1


Connecting Rod Part Number:
12568734


Connecting rods Type:
Powdered metal steel


Crankshaft Part Number:
89017522


Crankshaft Type:
Nodular iron


Cylinder head Part Number:
12559855


Cylinder head Type:
Aluminum, symmetrical port


Displacement (cu in):
346 (5.7L)


Engine Name:
LS1 5.7L


Engine type:
LS Series small-block V-8


Maximum rpm:
6000


Piston Part Number:
88984245


Pistons Type:
Hypereutectic aluminum


Recommended fuel:
92 octane


Reluctor wheel:
24X


Rocker arm ratio:
1.7:1


Rocker arms Part Number:
10214664


Rocker arms Type:
Investment cast, roller trunnion


Valve size (in):
2.00 intake / 1.55 exhaust


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LS2

With the all-new, 400-horsepower LS2, GM has once again raised the bar for production-based small-block V-8 performance. As the standard engine in the 2005-'06 Corvette –as well as the '05-'06 Chevy SSR and '05-'06 Pontiac GTO –the 6.0-liter LS2 builds on the success of the popular LS1 V-8 engine with more displacement, power and technical innovation.

The LS2 is built on a new cylinder block, which shares much of its design with the previous LS1 V-8 design, including a deep-skirt, six-bolt-main block with structural oil pan. Subtle differences include the crankcase vent moved to the top of the valley, relocated knock sensors and the cam sensor moved to the front of the engine. The LS2's cylinder heads are high-flow pieces used previously on Corvette LS6 engines. High-tech features, such as an electronically controlled throttle, make the LS2 a state-of-the-art performer.

The LS2 crate engine comes complete with a composite intake manifold, electronically controlled 90 mm throttle body, fuel rail with injectors, balancer, exhaust manifolds, water pump and a 14" flexplate for automatic transmissions. PN 19156261 comes with a Corvette oil pan installed and PN 19159564 comes with a GTO-style oil pan installed. The LS2 can be adapted to older cars and street rods. A handy reference guide (see page 70) is available to help install the engine in older cars with minimal guesswork.

*Applications have not been validated. They are merely suggestions of how you might enjoy your GM Performance Parts crate engine. Some applications may affect engine warranty. Some applications may not be emission legal; check state and local ordinances.







Block Part Number:
12568950


Block Type:
Cast aluminum with 6-bolt, cross-bolted main caps


Bore x stroke (in):
4.00 x 3.62 (101.6 x 92 mm)


Camshaft duration (@.050 in):
200 degree intake / 203 degree exhaust


Camshaft lift (in):
.500 intake / .500 exhaust


Camshaft Part Number:
12574519


Camshaft type:
Hydraulic roller


Compression ratio:
10.9:1


Connecting Rod Part Number:
12577583


Connecting rods Type:
Powdered metal steel


Crankshaft Part Number:
12570249


Crankshaft Type:
Nodular iron


Cylinder head Part Number:
12564825


Cylinder head Type:
Aluminum, symmetrical port


Displacement (cu in):
364 (6.0L)


Engine Name:
LS2 6.0L


Engine type:
LS Series small-block V-8


Maximum rpm:
6000


Piston Part Number:
89017478


Pistons Type:
Cast aluminum


Recommended fuel:
92 octane


Reluctor wheel:
58X


Rocker arm ratio:
1.7:1


Rocker arms Part Number:
10214664


Rocker arms Type:
Investment cast, roller trunnion


Valve size (in):
2.00 intake / 1.55 exhaust

Source: GMPerformanceParts.com

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LS3

Starting with the '08 Corvette, the world was first introduced to GM's latest small block V8 creation – the 6.2-liter LS3. A continuation of the industry leading V8 engines from GM Powertrain, the LS3 kicks out 430 horsepower and 424 lb.-ft. of torque. (In the Corvette, those numbers go to 436 hp and 428 lb.-ft. of torque with the optional dual mode exhaust system.) It's a brute of a small block with 376 ready cubes at your beckon call.

The LS series of engines from GM Powertrain have broken new ground for efficiency and performance from a pushrod platform engine. The LS3 continues the engineering breakthroughs with revised cylinder heads featuring rectangle ports borrowed from the vaunted LS7. The heads feature 63 cc combustion chambers, 2.16-inch intake valves, and 1.59-inch exhaust valves. The camshaft features an aggressive .551-inches of lift on the intake side with less overlap (than the LS2) for even greater airflow and power. Rocker arms with a 1.7:1 ratio sit on top of the heads.

In the bottom end, the aluminum 6-bolts/main block features 4.06-inch bores and 3.62-inch stroke. A nodular iron crankshaft, powdered metal rods, and aluminum pistons (10.7:1 compression ratio) round out a rev-happy short block. Red line for the LS3 comes at 6600 rpm, and you will get there very quickly.

With a high-tech GM foundation, aluminum block, and high flowing rectangular-port heads, the LS3 is the new standard in the small block world. The LS3 helps power the new Corvette to a top speed of 190 mph. What will it power you to?







Part Number:
19201992


Balanced:
Internal


Block Part Number:
12584727


Block Type:
Cast aluminum with 6-bolt main caps


Bore x stroke (in):
4.06 x 3.62 (103.25 x 92mm)


Camshaft duration (@.050 in):
204 degree intake / 211 degree exhaust


Camshaft Part Number:
12603844


Camshaft Type:
Hydraulic roller


Compression ratio:
10.7:1


Connecting rods (P/N 12617570):
Powdered metal


Crankshaft (P/N 12597569):
Nodular iron


Cylinder heads (P/N 12598594):
LS3 rectangle port; as cast with 68cc chambers


Displacement (cu in):
376 cu in (6.2L)


Engine type:
LS Series Gen IV small-block V-8


Maximum recommended rpm:
6600


Pistons Part Number:
19165089


Pistons Type:
Hypereutectic aluminum


Recommended fuel:
92 octane


Reluctor wheel:
58X


Rocker arm ratio:
1.7:1


Rocker arms exhaust Part Number:
10214664


Rocker arms exhaust Type:
Investment cast, roller trunnion


Rocker arms intake Part Number:
12569167


Rocker arms intake Type:
Investment cast, roller trunnion


Valve Lift (in):
.551 intake / .522 exhaust


Valve size (in):
2.16 intake / 1.59 exhaust

Source: GMPerformanceParts.com

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LS6

Nothing says performance like engine code LS6! Producing more than 400 horsepower, the LS6 transformed the Corvette Z06 into a world-beating sports car. GM Performance Parts now offers this ultimate small-block performer in a complete crate engine package – just the extra muscle your Corvette or F-car road racer needs to sweep off the competition.

The 5.7-liter LS6 builds on the inherent strengths of the Corvette's LS1 engine, but benefits from a higher-lift camshaft and higher-compression pistons to raise horsepower from 350 to 405, and torque from 340 lb.-ft. to 400 lb.-ft. Such tremendous power is produced through the use of hollow-stem valves, a more aggressive camshaft, improved intake and higher-rate valve springs.
GM Performance Parts delivers the LS6 as an all-inclusive assembly, complete with CTS-V oil pan, large-volume composite intake manifold with single-bore throttle body, and high-performance long-style exhaust manifolds.

The LS6 is also a great choice for older cars and street rods whose owners are looking for high-tech performance and fuel-injected dependability!

*Applications have not been validated. They are merely suggestions of how you might enjoy your GM Performance Parts crate engine. Some applications may affect engine warranty. Some applications may not be emission legal; check state and local ordinances.







Block Part Number:
12561166


Block Type:
Cast aluminum with 6-bolt, cross-bolted main caps


Bore x stroke (in):
3.90 x 3.62 (99 x 92 mm)


Camshaft duration (@.050 in):
204 degree intake / 211 degree exhaust


Camshaft lift (in):
.525 intake / .525 exhaust


Camshaft Part Number:
12565308


Camshaft type:
Hydraulic roller


Compression ratio:
10.5:1


Connecting Rod Part Number:
12577583


Connecting rods Type:
Powered metal steel


Crankshaft Part Number:
12583565


Crankshaft Type:
Nodular iron


Cylinder head Part Number:
12564825


Cylinder head Type:
Aluminum, symmetrical port


Displacement (cu in):
346 (5.7L)


Engine Name:
LS6 5.7L


Engine type:
LS Series small-block V-8


Maximum rpm:
6500


Piston Part Number:
88984245


Pistons Type:
Hypereutectic aluminum


Recommended fuel:
92 octane


Reluctor wheel:
24X


Rocker arm ratio
1.7:1


Rocker arms Type:
Investment cast, roller trunnion


Valve size (in):
2.00 intake / 1.55 exhaust


Source: GMPerformanceParts.com

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LS7

The king of all Corvettes is the amazing 2006 ZO6. It tops out at 198 mph, runs the quarter mile in 11.5 seconds at 127 mph, and hits 60 mph in a jaw-dropping 3.5 seconds (in first gear). All of that performance is the result of superior GM engineering and an engine we call the LS7 –the most technologically-advanced small-block ever built. A natural continuation of the LS Family, the LS7 uses a 7.0-liter aluminum dry-sump block, CNC-ported cylinder heads, and titanium rods and valves to pump out 505 hp and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. Talk about efficient –the LS7 helps the 2006 ZO6 get over 28 mpg while still being the fastest Corvette ever produced!

Is this the Chevy small-block in its highest form? Only you can decide, and GM Performance Parts has made it that much easier by offering the already legendary LS7 as a complete crate engine, ready to bolt into your favorite project car.

*Applications have not been validated. They are merely suggestions of how you might enjoy your GM Performance Parts crate engine. Some applications may affect engine warranty. Some applications may not be emission legal; check state and local ordinances.







Block Part Number:
17802854


Block Type:
Cast aluminum w/6-bolt steel main bearing caps


Bore x Stroke (in):
4.125 x 4.00 (104.8 mm x 101.6 mm)


Camshaft Duration:
211 degree intake / 230 degree exhaust


Camshaft lift (in):
.591" (15 mm) Intake and Exhaust


Camshaft Part Number:
12571251


Camshaft type:
Hydraulic roller


Compression ratio:
11.0:1


Connecting Rod Part Number:
12586258


Connecting rods Type:
Forged titanium


Crankshaft Part Number:
12568819


Crankshaft Type:
Forged steel


Cylinder head Part Number:
12578450


Cylinder head Type:
CNC Ported LS7 specific pattern 70 cc CNC combustion chambers


Displacement (cu in):
427 (7.0L)


Engine Name:
LS7 7.0L


Engine type:
Cam-in-block 90-degree V8


Maximum rpm:
7000


Piston Part Number:
89017774


Pistons Type:
Hypereutectic aluminum


Recommended fuel:
91 octane


Reluctor wheel:
58X


Rocker arm ratio:
1.8:1 (offset intake only)


Rocker arms Type:
Investment cast, roller trunnion


Valve size (in):
2.20" titanium intake, 1.61" sodium filled exhaust


Source: GMPerformanceParts.com

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LS 364/440

The General Motors LS Family of small-block engines broke new ground with efficiency and power levels never before imagined. GM Performance Parts offers several of these engines as complete assemblies ready to bolt in to your project car as a replacement or upgrade. And now for the first time, GM Performance Parts has taken one of our LS2 engines and added to it a blast from the past –our LS1 4-barrel intake manifold!

Based on the LS2 engine, the LS 364/440 ships with an aluminum LS block, which has a deep-skirt and six-bolt mains. Other features include lightweight flat-top pistons with a 10.9:1 compression, powdered-metal rods, and a nodular iron crankshaft. The LS6-style cylinder heads are truly high performance pieces that deliver large amounts of air to the awaiting engine. The camshaft specs out with .500/.500" lift numbers, and has been specifically designed to work with the LS Family.

The LS 364/440 is easy to install with all of the major components shipping to you in one big box. Take advantage of this opportunity to enjoy the latest evolution of the small-block Chevy. The LS 364/440 is rated at 440 horsepower and is a true blending of new technology with a proven air/fuel induction piece.

*Applications have not been validated. They are merely suggestions of how you might enjoy your GM Performance Parts crate engine. Some applications may affect engine warranty. Some applications may not be emission legal; check state and local ordinances.







Block Part Number:
12568950


Block Type:
Cast aluminum with 6-bolt, cross-bolted main caps


Bore x stroke (in):
4.00 x 3.62 (101.6 x 92 mm)


Camshaft duration (@.050 in):
200 degree intake / 203 degree exhaust


Camshaft lift (in):
500 intake / .500 exhaust


Camshaft Part Number:
12574519


Camshaft type:
Hydraulic roller


Compression ratio:
10.9:1


Connecting Rod Part Number:
12577583


Connecting rods Type:
Powdered metal steel


Crankshaft Part Number:
12570249


Crankshaft Type:
Nodular iron


Cylinder head Part Number:
12564825


Cylinder head Type:
Aluminum, symmetrical port


Displacement (cu in):
364 (6.0L)


Engine Name:
LS 364/440


Engine type:
LS Series small-block V-8


Maximum rpm:
6000


Piston Part Number:
89017478


Pistons Type:
Cast aluminum


Recommended fuel:
92 octane


Reluctor wheel:
58X


Rocker arm ratio:
1.7:1


Rocker arms Part Number:
10214664


Rocker arms Type:
Investment cast, roller trunnion


Valve size (in):
2.00 intake / 1.55 exhaust


Source: GMPerformanceParts.com

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LS 376/480

The hot new small block V8 in the GM lineup is the hyper-aggressive LS3. It offers a high-revving 376-inch combination that represents generations of small block V8 development and engineering. Not only is the LS3 an amazing engine in its stock configuration, but with those high-flowing rectangular port cylinder heads, the LS3 is loaded with potential. To tap into this potential, the engineers at GM Performance Parts offer you the LS 376/480 an LS3 with an upgraded camshaft that ups power by a whopping 50 horsepower!

The LS 376/480 comes with the same great features as the LS3 crate engine. The bottom end includes a 6-bolt aluminum block, nodular crank, high performance rods, and 10.7:1 pistons. The heads are high-flowing rectangular-port units that share their design with the amazing LS7. The same EFI intake manifold feeds the hungry engine, while 1.7:1 roller rockers work with the upgraded camshaft.

The GM Performance Parts engineers picked the LS Hot Cam (p/n 12617570) to take the LS3 to the next level. This cam specs out with .525-inch intake and exhaust valve lift. Duration (@ .050 inches) is 219 intake and 228 exhaust. This cam allows for a dramatic increase in power across the power band while still maintaining good street manners. The engine will idle and cruise just like an LS3, but the power increase is there whenever you need it.

With all of the same great components as the LS3, but with an additional 50 horsepower, the new LS 376/480 is ready, willing, and able to answer your call for a new LS crate engine.







Block (P/N 12584727):
Cast Aluminum with 6-bolt, cross-bolted main caps


Bore x Stroke (in):
4.06 x 3.62 (103.25 x 92mm)


Camshaft duration (@.050 in):
219 degree intake / 228 degree exhaust


Camshaft type (P/N 88958733):
Hydraulic roller


Compression ratio:
10.7:1


Connecting rods (P/N 12617570):
Powdered metal


Crankshaft (P/N 12597569):
Powdered metal


Cylinder heads (P/N 12598594):
LS3 rectangle port; as cast with 68cc chambers


Displacement (cu in):
376 cu in (6.2L)


Engine type:
LS Series Gen IV small-block V8


Maximum recommended RPM:
6600


Part number:
19171224


Pistons (P/N 19165089):
Hypereutectic aluminum


Recommended fuel:
92 octane


Reluctor wheel:
58x


Rocker arm ratio:
1.7:1


Rocker arms (P/N 12569167 int):
Investment cast, roller trunnion


Valve lift (in):
.525" intake / .525" exhaust


Balanced:
Internal


Valve size (in):
2.16 int / 1.59 exhaust


Source: GMPerformanceParts.com

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LS 376/515

You know that the LS3 is the hot new small block V8 in the GM arsenal, but you still want more. We proudly offer you the LS 376/515, an upgraded LS3 that is equipped with an aggressive camshaft and GM Performance Part's exclusive carbureted intake manifold. Two simple upgrades that add up to 515 horsepower – a 115 horsepower bump over the stock LS3.

To match the high flow rate of the LS3 cylinder heads, our GM Performance Parts engineers installed the "ASA Hot Cam" (p/n 12480110). This is a hydraulic roller camshaft that offers up .525-inch intake and exhaust valve lift numbers and duration @ .05-inch of 226 intake and 236 exhaust. It truly is a "hot cam" that offers up an aggressive lope at idle and a buzz saw power band that never stops.

The GM Performance Part engineers coupled that aggressive camshaft and high flowing cylinder head design with our new carbureted intake manifold specific for the L92/LS3 cylinder heads (p/n 25534401). The manifold offers a dramatic increase in horsepower and a simplified installation.

If you like what you see with the new LS3, you'll love the LS 376/515. It's everything you want in a small block V8 – big power, simple package, and a big-inch foundation. The GM Performance Parts intake allows for an easy installation that you will find familiar while still being very powerful. The LS 376/515 – the next great small block from GM Performance Parts.







Part number:
19171225


Balanced:
Internal


Block (P/N 12584727):
Cast Aluminum with 6-bolt, cross-bolted main caps


Bore x Stroke (in):
4.06 x 3.62 (103.25 x 92mm)


Camshaft duration (@.050 in):
226 degree intake / 236 degree exhaust


Camshaft type (P/N 12480110):
Hydraulic rolller


Compression ratio:
10.7:1


Connecting rods (P/N 12617570):
Powdered metal


Crankshaft (P/N 12597569):
Nodular Iron


Cylinder heads (P/N 12598594):
LS3 rectangle port; as cast with 68cc chambers


Displacement (cu in):
376 cu in (6.2L)


Engine type:
LS Series Gen IV small-block V8


Pistons (P/N 19165089):
Hypereutectic aluminum


Maximum recommended RPM:
6600


Recommended fuel:
92 octane


Reluctor wheel:
58x


Rocker arm ratio:
1.7:1


Rocker arms (P/N 10214664 exh):
Investment cast, roller trunnion


Rocker arms (P/N 12569167 int):
Investment cast, roller trunnion


Valve lift (in):
.525" intake / .525" exhaust


Valve size (in):
2.16 int / 1.59 exhaust

Source: GMPerformanceParts.com

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LQ9


Like football on Sunday afternoon or pumpkin pie, there's no such thing as too much when it comes to engine displacement. And with 345 horses and 380 lb.-ft. of torque, the 6.0-liter LQ9 V-8 makes the most of those cubic inches –like a two-point conversion or an un-guarded tub of whipped cream.

The LQ9 uses the proven LS architecture to provide robust performance in the Cadillac Escalade AWD. It features a sturdy iron block, but like the aluminum-block versions, the LQ9 has a deep-skirt, six-bolt-main block, with structural oil pan and other carefully engineered features to help make it a smooth running and strong engine. A special camshaft and tall intake manifold each are tuned to produce loads of useable torque across the entire rpm range.

GM Performance Parts delivers the LQ9 complete with the intake manifold, throttle body, fuel rail with injectors, balancer, exhaust manifolds, water pump and a flexplate for automatic transmissions. It comes with truck-style oil pan installed. The LQ9 can be fitted to older vehicles, providing modern performance and unquestionable capability. A handy reference guide (see page 276) is available to help install the engine in older cars or trucks with minimal guesswork.

*Applications have not been validated. They are merely suggestions of how you might enjoy your GM Performance Parts crate engine. Some applications may affect engine warranty. Some applications may not be emission legal; check state and local ordinances.








Block Part Number:
12572808


Block Type:
Cast iron with 6-bolt, cross-bolted main caps


Bore x stroke (mm)
101.6 x 92


Camshaft duration (@.050 in):
196 degree intake / 201 degree exhaust


Camshaft lift (in):
.467 intake / .479 exhaust


Camshaft Part Number:
12561721


Camshaft type:
Hydraulic roller


Compression ratio:
10:1


Connecting Rod Part Number:
12567583


Connecting rods Type:
Powdered metal steel


Crankshaft Part Number:
12569768


Crankshaft Type:
Nodular iron


Cylinder head Part Number:
12562319


Cylinder head Type:
Aluminum, symmetrical port


Displacement (cu in):
364 (6.0L)


Engine Name:
LQ9 6.0L


Engine type:
LS Series V-8


Maximum rpm:
5600


Piston Part Number:
89017478


Pistons Type:
Cast aluminum


Recommended fuel:
92 octane


Reluctor wheel:
24X


Rocker arm ratio:
1.7:1


Rocker arms Part Number:
10214664


Rocker arms Type:
Investment cast, roller trunnion


Valve size (in):
2.00 intake / 1.55 exhaust

Source: GMPerformanceParts.com

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Nice one Phil.

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