Tag: LS7

2014 Camaro to get the Corvette Z06’s LS7 V8 Engine?

We know that for the 2014 model year, the high performance LS engines are going bye-bye for Corvette and in their place will be the new Generation 5 LT1 V8s. But that doesn’t mean GM is going to stop building the LS7 and LS9 engines for other applications. Thanks to some sleuthing at Camaro5.com, it

  Comments | By - December 22, 2012

Unholy Engine Swap: Chevrolet Spark Powered by Corvette Z06 7.0 Liter V8 Engine

Content provided by CorvetteBlogger.com Chevrolet’s Spark has ignited a lot of interest so far among American buyers. Now GM India is trying to see if it can light up a similar explosion of sales for the new creation from Chevy with heavy promotion of the car in all parts of that country. One reason for the […] More »

  Comments | By - November 9, 2012

Jeff Cleary’s 1967 LS7 Corvette Ready for the OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational

So who’s your pick for America’s Ultimate Street Car? One possible contender for the title at this year’s highly anticipated OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational coming up in less than a month is this awesome 1967 Corvette owned by Jeff Cleary, whose creation has been featured on the cover of prominent magazines for years. Each

  Comments | By - October 11, 2012

New Renderings of the Corvette-based Endora SC-1

It was back in May we first learned about the Endora SC-1, a new German custom coach that will be powered by America’s finest V8 Small block engines. Sure we’ve seen custom supercars built on the Corvette chassis before. The Bertone Mantide and Rossi 66 are two of our favorites. But

  Comments | By - August 9, 2011

Behind the Scenes: Touring the GM Performance Build Center

Article and photos contributed by Steve Burns
As part of the NCRS national convention last week we were able to participate in a tour of GM’s Performance Build Center. The facility is located about an hour northwest of Detroit in Wixom, MI. The low-volume plant hand assembles all of the dry sump motors for

  Comments | By - August 8, 2011

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