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LS2 6.0 - Replacement

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Price:
$6,400.00
SKU:
LS2885702LB
Weight:
550.00 LBS
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Specs

Cubic Inch / LTR's:
346 / 5.7
Horsepower:
410
Ft. Lbs. Torque:
420
Compression:
10.25:1
Aspiration:
Normal
Rev Limit RPM:
6000
Block:
Cast Aluminum
Bore x Stroke:
3.90" x 3.62"
Crankshaft:
Nodular Iron
Rods:
Forged Powdered Metal
Pistons:
Mahle Forged
Heads:
Cast Aluminum
Chamber CC:
62cc
Intake Port CC:
200cc
Intake Port Style:
Cathedral
CNC Ported (Y/N):
No
Intake Valves:
1.890"
Exhaust Valves:
1.550"
Valve Springs:
GM Beehive
Retainers:
Steel
Rockers:
1.7:1
Pushrods:
5/16" x 7.400"
Lifters:
Delphi Hydraulic Roller
Camshaft:
Hydraulic Roller
Timing Chain Set:
Single HD Roller

Product Description

Features of New TK Long Blocks

  • New GM OEM Oil Pan
  • Harmonic Balancer
  • Front and Rear Engine Covers with Seals
  • Top Engine Valley Cover

The Generation IV 6000 is a V8 engine that displaces 5,967 cc (364.1 cu in) from 101.6 mm (4.000 in) bore and 92 mm (3.622 in) stroke. It features either a cast iron or aluminum engine with cast aluminum heads. Certain versions feature variable cam phasing, Active Fuel Management, and Flex-fuel capability.

The LS2 was introduced as the Corvette's new base engine for the 2005 model year. It also appeared as the standard powerplant for the 2005–2006 GTO. It produces 400 bhp (300 kW) at 6000 rpm and 400 lb·ft (542 N·m) at 4400 rpm from a slightly larger displacement of 5,967 cc (5.967 L; 364.1 cu in). It is similar to the high-performance LS6, but with improved torque throughout the rpm range. The LS2 uses the "243" casting heads used on the LS6 (although without the sodium filled valves), a smaller camshaft, and an additional 18 cubic inches. The compression of the LS2 was also raised to 10.9:1 compared to the LS1s' 10.25:1 and the LS6s' 10.5:1. The LS2 in the E-series HSVs are modified in Australia to produce 412 bhp (307 kW) and 412 lbft . The LS2 in the Chevrolet Trailblazer SS and the Saab 9-7X Aero are rated at 395 bhp (295 kW) (2006–2007) or 390 bhp (290 kW) (2008–2009) and 400 lb·ft (542 N·m) of torque due to a different (sometimes referred to as a "truck") intake manifold that produces more torque at lower RPMs.

The LS2 is also used as the basis of the NASCAR Specification Engine that is used as an optional engine in NASCAR's Camping World Series East and West divisions starting in 2006, and starting in 2010 may also be used on tracks shorter than two kilometers (1.25 miles) in the Camping World Truck Series.[9]

A version of NASCAR V8 cylinder block cast in Compacted Graphite Iron by Grainger & Worrall won the UK's Casting of the Year Award 2010.[10]

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