Late-model GM small-block V8 engines | Buyer's Guide

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Jul 12, 2022 | V8, GM, LS6, Buyer's Guide, Engine swap, ls1, vortec, LS, lq4, LS2, LY, Vortec 5300, LQ, LQ9, LY6 | Posted in Shop Work , Buyer's Guides , News and Notes | From the May 2011 issue | Never miss an article

Photography Credits: Courtesy GM (engines), Mick Haupt/Unsplash (store shelf), Colin Wood (illustration)

Story by Liz Miles

The small-block Chevy has been an immensely popular engine since its 1955 release. While many consider this V8 to be a big, fat iron anchor when compared to today’s imported, all-aluminum inline fours, it was a revolutionary engine for its time. 

The original Chevy V8 continued to build power in a reliable package for decades—basically until the turn …

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siranthony23
siranthony23
7/11/22 1:46 p.m.

quiero hacerle un swap a mi pontiac fiero gt 1986 y deseo saber sobre los motores y accesorios que tengan disponibles 

Noddaz
Noddaz GRM+ Memberand UberDork
7/11/22 6:27 p.m.

Bienvenido a bordo!

Si desea mantener todo GM, un motor 3800 sobrealimentado requeriría algo de trabajo pero encajaría.

 

Pero tu pregunta es para otro hilo. Este hilo es para hablar sobre diferentes motores GM v8.

 

Si esto te parece una tontería, gracias al Traductor de Google.

Thank you Google Translate

 

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