Chevy LS2 Camshaft Upgrade Guide
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Chevy LS2 Camshaft Upgrade Guide

Generally, engine modifications can be broken down into a couple of categories. There are bolt-on modifications, like headers, intakes, throttle bodies, and intake manifold upgrades, and then there are more in-depth power mods that take a bit more effort but yield massive results. Cam upgrades fall into the latter category. While it might take a bit…

5 Best LS Swap Cars For 2024
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5 Best LS Swap Cars For 2024

The five best LS swap cars for 2024 include the Jeep Wrangler (YJ & TJ), the Nissan 240sx (1989–1998), General Motors G-Body (1978–1988) and F-Body (1967–2002), and the FoxBody-era Ford Mustang (1979–1993). There are hundreds of different vehicles that enthusiasts have thrown an LS-V8 engine inside, but I’ve found these are some of the most…

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LS2 Supercharger Upgrade Guide

Chevy/GM first brought out the LS2 engine in the 2005 Chevrolet C6 Corvette, SSR, and Pontiac GTO. It also made its way into various other GMC/Chevy/Pontiac vehicles, like the G8, Trailblazer SS, and Sierra/Yukon. From the factory, the LS2 engine produced between 300-400 horsepower and 360-400 lb-ft of torque, depending on the vehicle. However, if…

Top 5 LS2 Upgrades
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Top 5 LS2 Upgrades

Chevy’s 6.0L LS2 small-block V8 is one of the most reliable power plants for starting a build. Featured in the 2005-2007 Corvette, SSR, Trailblazer SS, and Pontiac GTO, among others, the LS2 has been a popular choice for drag racers and road racers for many years. It’s virtually indestructible on moderate builds, makes power pretty…

Chevy LS2 Engine Guide
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Chevy LS2 Engine Guide

In 2005, Chevrolet kicked off the fourth generation of their small-block engine series with the unveiling of the LS2 engine. The Chevy LS2 is a 6.0 liter V8 engine that lasted in production until 2009. Though it only had a relatively limited run, it is still considered one of the top Chevy small-block engines ever….

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LS2 vs LS3 Engines – Which Is Better?

The LS platform was a new blank sheet design to the Chevy lineup and was characterized by its modular design, pushrod valvetrain, and unparalleled strength. While the Gen III Chevy Small Block was instrumental in establishing the new Chevy V8 formula, the Gen IV platform refined it even further. Two standout engines from the Gen…