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Chevrolet’s LT engine family takes performance technology to the next level, with features such as direct injection and variable valve timing that contribute to strong output—including the 755-horsepower supercharged LT5 engine derived from the C7 Corvette ZR1. It’s the most powerful production-car engine ever from Chevrolet. Our LT portfolio also includes the LT1 and supercharged LT4. It’s all the latest performance technology from Chevrolet!
5th generation Chevrolet performance. The LT1 6.2L opened the next chapter in the long, historic legacy of the SmallBlock engine—and it gives your project vehicle a high-tech heart transplant with a balance of performance and efficiency. Our crate engine is rated at 460 horsepower and 465 lb.-ft. of torque.
The LT1 is architecturally similar to the LS family of Small-Block engines, but with a unique block casting, cylinder head design, oiling system and more. It also combines advanced technologies, including direct injection and continuously variable valve timing. Two versions are offered: Wet sump and dry sump.
With 8L90-E & 17-Tooth Reluctor Wheel Transmission. The LT1 6.2L expands the legacy of the Small-Block engine and gives your project vehicle a high-tech heart transplant with direct injection, variable valve timing and more. Our 50-state-legal package is rated at 460 horsepower and 450 lb.-ft. of torque.
With 4L70-E & 40-Tooth Reluctor Wheel Transmission. The LT1 6.2L expands the legacy of the Small-Block engine and gives your project vehicle a high-tech heart transplant with direct injection, variable valve timing and more. Our 50-state-legal package is rated at 460 horsepower and 450 lb.-ft. of torque.
The supercharged LT4 6.2L SC is the most powerful engine ever offered in a regular-production Chevrolet. It features an efficient 1.7L Eaton R1740 TVS supercharger, which spins at up to 20,000 rpm. Enough to generate more than 9 pounds of boost and help produce 650 horsepower and 650 lb.-ft. of torque.
The LT4 is based on the same Gen V Small-Block architecture as the LT1 engine. Including Rotocast A356T6 aluminum cylinder heads, which are stronger and handle heat better than conventional castings, lightweight titanium intake valves and stronger forged aluminum pistons