Find out the details of this twin-turbo 370 cid LS engine built by Stefan Rossi of ACE Performance Engines in Torrance, CA.
When Hunter Smith opened American Speed Shops a little over two years ago, he knew he had to get the shop’s name some recognition. He quickly partnered with some top names in the industry and began building engines with quality components. That’s how this build of a twin turbo 427 cid LSX came about for a well-known Trans Am WS6 car named The Bullet. Find out what went into making this engine extra special.
Stef Rossi grew up in the UK around Volkswagen engines. He quickly got into the engine building industry with air-cooled engine work, but a passion for V8 American-made muscle drew him to LS engines. He opened a shop in California last year and has been cranking out LS builds like this twin turbo 370 cid LS that recently went out the door to a happy customer.
King Bearings has announced changes in design of the upper and lower thrust bearing shells for GM Vortec and LS series engines.
When the right components are selected, an engine can go together pretty smoothly. That was the case for this Baier’s Engine Service build of a 427 cid LSX for a Pro Touring application. Find out what makes it special!
Looking to expand his engine building resume and compete with the big boys, Justin McLendon set out to show what a few guys from SAM Tech could do at an Engine Masters Challenge dyno competition. Find out what went into this 439 cid LS7 engine that placed runner up in the 2019 Engine Masters Challenge Extreme LS class.
According to Brandon Tyson, there’s good power in small cubic inch. Everybody always thinks bigger is better, but in reality, one thing he proved is there’s also big horsepower in a well thought out, designed and built engine. Using Brandon’s roots as an all-motor guy coupled with a basic engine design, he had this dream of seeing what kind of power you can make with a stock cubic inch LS. Find out what went into this 376 cid LS3 build and how much power it ultimately made!
Here’s a list of the main players and a quick rundown of GM’s transmission timeline, all suitable for an LS engine.
After a rod went through the block of this LSX engine, the customer came to Hustler Race Engines for a rebuild. Shop owner Nick Bougeokles found some serious issues with the prior build and not only remedied those issues, but rebuilt this 427 cid twin turbo LSX better than it was before. Find out what went into the build of this sand rail LSX engine!
The LS engine remains one of the most used platforms for racing and performance applications, whether it’s street/strip, drag racing, off-road racing or even marine.
People in the aftermarket thought that the SBC could never be replaced, but in the eyes of many hot rodders and engine builders, the heir to the throne is the LS platform.
With all the current talk that still surrounds the LS platform, it’s hard to believe the early generations of these engines are nearly 25 years old!