The small-block LS3 6.2L and LS9 6.2L SC crate engines deliver big power
As one of the newest members of the LS engine family, the LS3 6.2L engine was introduced on the 2007 Corvette and debuts in the all new Camaro. The 6.2L crate engine is based on the Corvette application, including the oil pan. It comes complete with the ignition system, manifold assembly with injectors and throttle body, exhaust manifolds, water pump, balancer and 14-inch automatic-transmission flexplate.
Based on Corvette application
Big power and torque
Fully dressed assembly
430 hp /424 lb-ft torque
LS9 6.2L SC
The new LS9 6.2L supercharged—the standard engine in the 2009 Chevrolet
Corvette ZR1—is a technology marvel and the most powerful regular-production engine ever offered in a GM car. It helps propel the 3,324-pound ZR1 from 0-60 in 3.4 seconds and through the quarter-mile in an astonishing 11.3 seconds at 131 mph—all the way to a top speed of 205 mph! Those stats make the ZR1 not only the most powerful car ever from GM, but the quickest and fastest, too! And now, GM Performance Parts is thrilled to offer the LS9 6.2L in a fully dressed crate engine package.
Fully dressed crate engine
638 hp /604 lb-ft torque