7 Reasons Why the LS V8 Is the Best Engine Ever Made
The LS engine has been produced for decades, and even though things on the outside have changed, the push-rod V8 still thunders on as a versatile, compact, efficient, and powerful motor. Here’s why we think it is so good.
With reports of Ford nixing the V8 altogether, it didn’t take long for “Corvette Forum” members to start imagining a Corvette world without the familiar rumble of the V8.
The LT nameplate has a long and storied performance history for Corvette and General Motors. Looks like a new chapter could well be added by the seventh generation of the ‘Vette. The LT1, of course, was a small block powerhouse for the Corvette from 1970 to 1972, and the name reappeared in the early 1990s
We’ve all heard of having fun with our Corvette, but a recent video from recombu.com’s Joyride with Rory Reid features the host and his pal, English actor/comedian Robert Llewellyn, definitely taking that idea and spinning it off in a different direction. The two gents used a Corvette C6 convertible for what some might term a
by John CoyleCorvette Forum This year, the General will produce its100 millionth small-block V8, and as you can imagine, the milestone isn’t going to pass without notice from the enthusiast community. In this segment of AOL’s “Translogic,” perky, annoying host Bradley Hasemeyer swings a baseball bat dangerously close to a ’60 Corvette?I actually recoiled?and while […] More »