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Which LS Engine Should You Swap in Your Car?

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Which LS Engine Should You Swap in Your Car?

Which LS Should You Swap in Your Car?  LS Engine Family Swap Options  The world would be an awesome place if everyone could afford to put an LS9 in their car, but that’s not how it works. There are quite a few choices when it comes to which LS you should swap into your car. If you have the money an LS7 or LS9 are awesome options. The LS7 produces a ridiculous amount of horsepower naturally aspirated. The LS9 produces a ridiculous amount of power with its supercharger.   GEN III - LS1 Engines GM first introduced the LS family of engines...

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HOW CAN PRO-FLO 4 EFI IMPROVE PERFORMANCE?

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HOW CAN PRO-FLO 4 EFI IMPROVE PERFORMANCE?

HOW CAN PRO-FLO 4 EFI IMPROVE PERFORMANCE? If you’re installing a Gen IV Chevy LS engine into a hot rod, street machine or any non-EFI vehicle in Canada and want to retain the LS engine’s OEM electronic fuel injection system, the new Edelbrock Pro-Flo 4 LS ECU & Harness Kit w/o Tablet #357120 is what you’ll need to complete the installation and get your Gen IV LS up and running to its full potential. This kit is designed specifically for the Gen IV LS engine with a 58X reluctor identified by the gray camshaft sensor mounted in the timing cover....

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Top 6 Reasons Why Chevy LS Engines Are So Good

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Top 6 Reasons Why Chevy LS Engines Are So Good

Top Six Reasons Why the Chevrolet LS V8 Engine Family are just so Damn Good  6. Engine Strength of LS engines What would a good engine be without a solid foundation? Chevrolet knew that the strength of the block was extremely important when they developed the LS V8 engine. Let’s start with the block design. General Motors designed the Gen III (LS) block as a “Y” block. The Y-block design helps increase rigidity in the main cap area. Previous small blocks didn’t have this design. The Y-block design allows them to use 6 bolt main caps on the crankshaft. Four bolts are...

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FiTech Ultimate LS Kits now in Canada

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FiTech Ultimate LS Kits now in Canada

FiTech Ultimate LS Kits Make Your LS Engine Conversion Easy LS engine swaps have become the easiest way to infuse 21st-century power into classic vehicles, but not always the cheapest. Once you acquired an LS engine, no matter how cheap it was, it still might cost you a fortune to get it running. You used to need a custom ECU or wiring harness, Intake manifolds, injectors, throttle body, then re-flash or the reprogramming, kits started at $5,000. Enter FiTech and their new FiTech Ultimate LS Induction Systems, built to work with LS1, LS2, LS3, LS6, and L92 engines. Kits are available for applications up to 750 horsepower....

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