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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.

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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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Bill Martens, Chevrolet 's Associate Marketing Manager, walks us through details of the Chevrolet Performance LS/LT family of crate engines . For more

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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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Опубликовано: 10 нояб. 2014 г. Chevrolet Performance 's Bill Martens takes us through the brand-new Gen IV LT1 crate engine - the same 460 horsepower V8 under the hood of the new C7 Stingray is now available as a ready-to-run engine through your local Chevy parts dealer.

A LS9 crate engine is a technological marvel with lightweight, high-rpm-validated reciprocating parts - 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 .

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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