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Swap, Store and More for LS Gen IV Engines

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Swap, Store and More for LS Gen IV Engines

PROFORM LS Engine Lift Plate Swap, Store and More for LS Gen IV Engines PROFORM's steel multiple attachment point, LS engine lift plate is the perfect solution for easily getting any Gen IV LS engine out of the vehicle. Bolts directly to the top of engine with the intake manifold and valley tray cover removed then attached using the existing valley tray bolts. Featuring three pickup points for optimal balancing or tilting of an engine into and out of some of the tightest hood configurations. The PROFORM LS Engine Lift Plate, doubles as a valley cover for storage purposes. Made...

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Edlebrock’s Pro-Flo 4 EFI System Dyno Tested On A Junkyard LS

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Edlebrock’s Pro-Flo 4 EFI System Dyno Tested On A Junkyard LS

Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) is not a new concept in the automotive industry. American Motors Corporation (AMC) designed the first commercial EFI system, called the Electrojector. This system was developed by Bendix back in 1957. Since that time, fuel injection has gained popularity as it increases an engine’s efficiency as well as drivability. It’s impossible to find anything but fuel injection on modern cars these days. Over the years, enthusiasts have figured out ways to utilize factory EFI systems and adapt them over to fit their needs. The problem with this method includes wiring nightmares, tuning issues, lack of support,...

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LS MAIN CAP REMOVAL TOOL

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LS MAIN CAP REMOVAL TOOL

LS MAIN CAP REMOVER MAKES QUICK WORK OF CUMBERSOME TASK BANG!, THWAP!, BLAM!...if it sounds like the original Adam West Batman in your garage, then you might want to watch this video. There's a better way to remove those tight-tolerance LS Main Caps. Just put the mallet down and check out this video. Click HERE to see it - PROFORM part number 67485 Quickly and easily pull main bearing caps of GM Ring and Pinion Gear Set LS series V-8 engines, especially those with main studs. Hook tool to the bottom of cap, press down on handles, and the balanced...

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LS Swapped Genesis Coupe

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LS Swapped Genesis Coupe

CLOSING THE GAP When your passion is your job, you can’t help but get excited about certain things. In today’s world of Hybrid electric vehicles and near four-digit horsepower numbers from factory production vehicles, you can really do just about anything with an automobile. At the recent PRI show in Indianapolis, I was incredibly pleased to see the number of manufacturers who continue to push the boundaries of what was thought to be impossible before today. Complete engine management systems and wiring made more user-friendly by companies like AEM Electronics. Safer solutions for fuel cell applications by Fuel Safe, with...

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Edelbrock Pro-Flo 4 EFI Review

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Edelbrock Pro-Flo 4 EFI Review

Edlebrock’s Pro-Flo 4 EFI System Dyno Tested On A Junkyard LS By BRIAN HAVINS - Originally published on enginelabs.com Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) is not a new concept in the automotive industry. American Motors Corporation (AMC) designed the first commercial EFI system, called the Electrojector. (Hello AMC Forum members!) This system was developed by Bendix back in 1957. Since that time, fuel injection has gained popularity as it increases an engine’s efficiency as well as drivability. It’s impossible to find anything but fuel injection on modern cars these days. Over the years, enthusiasts have figured out ways to utilize factory...

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