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…

Ultimate Chevy LS3 Reliability Guide
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Ultimate Chevy LS3 Reliability Guide

Despite making such gaudy power numbers, the pushrod LS3 is also an extremely dependable engine. They are capable of taking a serious beating, both stock and modded, and can last for 100,000s of miles and many years. Read on to learn about GM LS3 reliability and common engine problems. Chevy LS3 Reliability Overall, we consider…

Ultimate Chevrolet LS3 Engine Guide
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Ultimate Chevrolet LS3 Engine Guide

At this point, more than two decades after General Motors first unleashed them on the public, the LS-series of small-block V8 engines has reached legendary status. They are widely known as being durable, reliable, and capable of producing gobs of horsepower and torque. One of the earliest LS engines that GM released was the 6.2…

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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…

Chevy 6.2L LS3 Supercharger Guide
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Chevy 6.2L LS3 Supercharger Guide

What is there left to say about the Chevy LS format? Nothing original, that’s for sure. As one of the most highly publicized and celebrated American engine series ever made, the LS has certainly made its mark for numerous reasons. We’ve covered the LS3 pretty extensively at this point, having written articles covering everything from…