HK1837 wrote:Only mistake Gipsy is the term “Chevy LS”. There hasn’t been a Chevrolet engine since the late 80’s
Oops I really meant LSA
just showing my age now
After all LSA is just a development of the LS engines
Regular Production Oder
The LSA is a designation code(RPO - Regular Production Oder) used by GM for their engines. It is a LS based motor that began use in 1997 and has several codes ranging from LS1, LS3, LS4, LS6, LS7, LS9, etc.Jul 17, 2012
LSA Crate Engine: 19331507 | Performance - Chevrolet
lsa engine from http://www.chevrolet.com
The LSA crate engine delivers 556 horsepower in a smooth, quiet, and well-balanced race engine - see images, dyno specs, installation info and more.
Both LS9 and LSA are 6.2L engines biased on the LS3. ... Both are built to be 20% stronger than the LS3 short-block, according to GM, and even have forged (LS9) or hypereutectic pistons (LSA) with oil-spray cooling to handle the pushing power.Feb 20, 2010
And of course the LSA engine in the Chevrolet CAMARO is NOT a Chevrolet engine, it's a GM!
I must admit, the last Chevy engine I used was a 350 in my ski boat, and that was a few decades ago