LS Cylinder Heads
The LS engine is known for its cylinder heads, and there are tons of options available to upgrade the factory components.
Choosing the Correct Block for Your LS Engine Build
Whether you’re scouring junkyards, ordering cores, investigating factory options, looking at aftermarket cast iron or aluminum blocks, or spending big bucks on billet LS blocks, you’ve probably noticed it’s been harder to find exactly what you want for the foundation of your LS build than it historically has.
Eagle Chevrolet LSX Bowtie Block
Delivering professional racing-level strength and entry-level affordability, this durable iron-block casting is based on GM’s LS7 block and supports 454 cubes or more.
PAC LS Beehive Springs
This drop-in beehive spring for LS engines provides similar loads and lift capabilities of many 660 lift dual springs, while saving around 30 grams per valve.
Kelford LS Performance Cams
All Kelford camshafts are made using three-bolt cores, however, a single-bolt cam can be requested. Custom camshafts are also available.
Dart Fully Counterweighted LS Crankshaft
The crank is precision CNC-machined from premium 4340 steel billets, and the design incorporates heavy-duty rod cheeks, as well as the LS1/LS6 short snout.
World Products Motown LS / Small Block Chevy Hybrid Block
The block allows utilization of affordable small block components, while taking advantage of the LS engine’s high-flowing cylinder heads.
PROFORM Super-Street LS Pedestal-Mount Roller Rockers
PROFORM’s Super-Street LS Roller Rockers are for LS Gen III/IV V8 engines. Built to accommodate high-performance valve springs, up to 750 lbs., these rockers are constructed from aircraft-grade 6061-T6 aluminum.
Turbocharged 6.0L LS Engine
When it comes to the drag-and-drive world, it’s all about your hustle and motivation. Brandon Doller of Lowdoller Motorsports certainly didn’t lack any motivation. He worked his tail off leading up to the 2022 Midwest Drags to complete his ’70 Nova and its 98mm turbocharged 6.0L LS engine. Check it out!
98mm Turbocharged 6.0L LS Engine
As we were talking to Jamie Doller at the 2022 Midwest Drags, his brother and owner of Lowdoller Motorsports, Brandon Doller, was in the next pit working on his 1970 Chevy Nova with a turbocharged 6.0L LS engine in it. Despite having some issues, it was one of our favorite cars of the drag-and-drive week,
Turbocharged 4.8L LS Engine
This orange ’71 Camaro with a license plate that reads “More PSI” is owned by Jamie Doller of Lowdoller Motorsports. The streetcar has a turbocharged 4.8L LS engine in it that was rescued from a junkyard and turned into an excellent drag-and-drive powerplant. Find out how much horsepower it makes!
Jamie Doller’s Turbocharged 4.8L LS Engine
This gorgeous, orange ’71 Camaro with a license plate that reads “More PSI” is owned by Jamie Doller of Lowdoller Motorsports. The streetcar has a turbocharged 4.8L LS engine in it that was rescued from a junkyard and turned into an excellent drag-and-drive powerplant. Check it out in this episode of Engine of the Week.