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Auto Shows Top 10 Chevrolet Performance Crate Engines (LS3, LT5, LSX) at SEMA 2019

16:45  07 november  2019
16:45  07 november  2019 Source:   hotrod.com

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Combining technology and performance , the LS 3 crate engine is the standard race engine for Corvettes - see images, dyno specs, installation • 0 mail-in rebate† on all LT, LS, LSX , and Big-Block Chevrolet Performance Crate Engines . Parts intended for competition use only.

The LS 376/525 crate engine was developed for the high-rpm world of Circle Track racing - see race engine images, dyno specs, installation info and more. Start strong with new crate engine offers. • 0 mail-in rebate†(1) on all LT, LS, LSX , and Big-Block Chevrolet Performance Crate Engines .

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755 HP: LT5
This is the newest and most powerful 6.2L LT engine from Chevrolet. It has an aluminum block, 4.06 bore and 3.62 stroke with a TVS high-twist 4-rotor 2.65L supercharger, and a forged rotating assembly. The LT5 uses both direct and port fuel injection so it can take advantage of a 10:1 static compression ratio.

650 HP: LT4
Available in the C7 Z06 Corvette, this 6.2L has the smaller 1.9L TVS supercharger, factory VCT, and direct injection. The LT4 has lighter titanium valves and specific cylinder-head castings for boosted applications.

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The LSX 376-B8 crate engine is an affordable foundation for forced induction race engines - see images, dyno specs, installation info and more. Start strong with new crate engine offers. • 0 mail-in rebate† on all LT, LS, LSX , and Big-Block Chevrolet Performance Crate Engines .

See how Chevrolet Performance LS Crate Engines compare in horsepower, torque, and other technical specifications to help you make the right choice The engine family commonly called the LS series debuted in 1997. General Motors called it the Gen-III Small-Block, with the iron-block versions

460 HP: LT1
The LT1 is a 6.2 with an aluminum block, a forged rotator and both dry-sump and wet-sump rotators. This is the factory engine for the C7 Corvette Stingray, and because it is naturally aspirated, has 11.5:1 compression. Great for a nitrous bracket Nova.

473 HP: LSX376-B15
The B is for boost! The LSX block has a forged rotator with 9.0:1 compression and 6-bolt cylinder heads for 15 pounds of boost. The heads are rectangular port, so all of the LS3 intake manifolds fit. Rumor has it that it will take a 2,000hp pounding with a pair of turbos.

476 HP: LSX376-B8
One step down from the B15 is the B8. Is has a nodular iron crankshaft, powdered metal rods, and standard LS3 heads, but is otherwise similar to the B15. It has a 6.2L iron block, with cross-bolted mains so it can also handle boost—just don't get too carried away.

580 HP: COPO 350 SC
The 580hp rating is not even close. If you want an absolute beast of a boosted engine, this simple 350-inch LS has a 4.065-inch bore LSX block with a forged 3.31-stroke crankshaft for high rpm. It also uses the new LS7/LSX based cylinder heads called the LSX-SC. The heads are built with 6-bolt per cylinder, have a 227cc intake runners, and use 2.20/1.60 intake and exhaust valves. On top of all that is a 2.65L Magnuson supercharger. This is our sleeper favorite.

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As a high- performance race engine , the LS7 crate engine is a benchmark in naturally aspirated power - see images, dyno specs, installation info and more. Start strong with new crate engine offers. • 0 mail-in rebate† on all LT, LS, LSX , and Big-Block Chevrolet Performance Crate Engines .

Our engineers took a production LS 3 6.2L (376 cubic inches) and swapped the stock camshaft for the racing-inspired LS Hot Cam (P/N 88958753). • 0 mail-in rebate† on all LT, LS, LSX , and Big-Block Chevrolet Performance Crate Engines . Parts intended for competition use only.

452 HP: LS375/450
We had trouble picking this one versus the L96 because both engines are great. The LS375 is a L96 stripped down to the LS3 heads, a 4.00-inch bore 6.0L block, an LS6 cam, and 10.3:1 compression. It doesn't have a FEAD, intake, or exhaust so it is ready for aftermarket parts. We've seen these make 500 hp with a junkyard truck intake and Camaro manifolds.

556 HP: LSA
The LSA is a classic supercharged crate engine. Starring in the Cadillac CTSV and the ZL1-badged Camaro, the LSA is a simple 6.2L with L92 (LS3) heads, an aluminum 6-bolt block, and a forged crankshaft. This is one of the first GM engines to use the 1.9L TVS supercharger. Still a great combination.

430 HP: LS3
The 6.2L LS3 is the new Chevy 350. The base engine has the LS3 heads (duh), an aluminum block, a factory hydraulic roller cam, a 4.065 bore, 10.7:1 and as much aftermarket parts support as you can handle. We've seen these engines stroked and punched and boosted to more than 1,000 hp.

1,000 HP: eCrate
Don't be afraid. The concept here is the eCrate, a Connect-and-Cruise style drivetrain swap that will bolt directly to your GM transmission and motor mounts. It's stackable, so you can add 400 hp per motor, in theory. There is a lot more to come on this concept.

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