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General Motors LS-based small-block engine

Archived from the original on January 12, 2005. Retrieved January 10, 2005. LSX454R Archived March 15, 2012, at the Wayback Machine; GM Performance Parts online...

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Steve Biagioni

is also the owner of a 1200HP Nissan GTR that is powered by a chevrolet LSX 454 engine with a massive garret turbo "Baggsy is BDC 2009 champ!!". Driftworks...

Last Update: 2019-08-09T08:46:06Z Word Count : 478 Synonim Steve Biagioni


LSx engines used a longer one to accommodate a redesigned torque converter with a longer pilot nose (GM sells an adapter assembly for using the LSx 4L60Es...

Last Update: 2021-01-08T02:15:28Z Word Count : 3731 Synonim Turbo-Hydramatic


Rivera-Rivera, Carlos Javier; Montoya-Burgos, Juan I. (16 November 2017). "LSX: Automated reduction of gene-specific lineage evolutionary rate heterogeneity...

Last Update: 2021-04-27T13:56:05Z Word Count : 6225 Synonim Catfish

Pontiac GTO

Andrew (7 August 2017). "The W4O 40th Anniversary Edition 2004 Pontiac GTO". LSX Magazine. Retrieved 28 October 2020. 2005 Pontiac GTO Sales Brochure. GM...

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Chevrolet Colorado

Holden Colorado LS 2-door cab chassis (pre-facelift) 2018 Holden Colorado LSX 4-door utility (facelift) DX: features a manual transmission, ESC, side-curtain...

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Chevrolet Captiva

Late in 2010, Chevrolet expanded the diesel line-up to include a mid-range LSX and flagship LTZ model. At the same time, Captivas fitted with the 2.4-L...

Last Update: 2021-04-27T04:38:33Z Word Count : 2956 Synonim Chevrolet Captiva

Chevrolet Camaro (fifth generation)

with a choice of 3 engines (an LS7 7.0 L V8 or an LSX 5.3 L V8 with a 2.9 L supercharger or a LSX 5.3 L V8 with a 4.0 L Whipple supercharger). It also...

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Chevrolet Aveo (T200)

AT Automatic transmission 'Base', MT/AT 'LS' and AT 'LSX'. The 1.6 grades are AT only 'LT', 'LSX', 'LUX' and 'SS'. All models except the 1.6 LT are configured...

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Radin Inten II International Airport

development and construction Radin Inten II Airport Lampung. MoU numbered G/454/III.06/HK/2012 and HK.201/1/14/DRJU-2012 was used as the basis of the two...

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General Motors LS-based small-block engine

The LS based small-block engine is the primary V-8 used in General Motors' line of rear-wheel-drive cars and trucks. Introduced in January 1995, it is a "clean sheet" design with only rod bearings, lifters, and bore spacing in common with the longstanding Chevrolet small-block V-8 that preceded it as the basis for GM small-block V-8s. The basic LS variations use cast iron blocks, while performance editions are all aluminum with cast iron cylinder liners. The engine block and cylinder heads are cast at Saginaw Metal Casting Operations in Saginaw, Michigan. The LS small-block has been manufactured in three Generations – III, IV, and V – with preceding Generations I and II of modular GM small-block engines having been based on the Chevrolet small-block V-8 originally released in 1954. GM recycled the "LT" designation beginning with the LS Generation V "LT1" in 2014. Several versions of the LS were used in the Chevrolet Corvette, beginning with the LS1 in 1997 through the LS9 and others in 2013. Variants of the LT version of the GM small-block have been used since. Most of the credit for this engine family must go to Ed Koerner, GM's Powertrain vice president of engineering operations at the time. He was a V-8 design veteran and former National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) record holder in drag racing. Koerner had been the Chief Engineer for all the existing GM small-block V-8 engines and was put in charge of the "all-new" Gen III LS1 V-8 development project, which would share no parts with previous engines. Design team members included Alan Hayman, Jim Mazzola, Ron Sperry, Bill Compton, Brian Kaminski, Jon Lewis, Stan Turek, Don Weiderhold, and Dave Wandel. The performance improvements in the LS-family V-8s over the previous classic small-block V-8 family are several. The lower section of the block incorporates deep side skirts, along with 6-bolt cross-bolted main bearing caps. This fully boxes the crankshaft, creating a very strong and rigid structure that has been hot-rodded by enthusiasts to over 1,000-HP. Although it is the same compact physical size as the classic small-block V-8, this block can accept a 4-inch stroke as an option in its stock form, due to the cam location being elevated slightly, compared to previous block designs. Also, the cam bearing journals are larger, to allow for a higher cam-lift profile than was previously possible. The stock aluminum heads can provide a high amount of air-flow, which previously could only be found in aftermarket race-performance heads. The aluminum heads also incorporate steam vents to prevent gas pockets from building up in critical areas, and this is vital in allowing the coolant to manage heat build-up for high-performance applications. Such design features allow for a higher compression ratio with no fear of detonation. The thermostat has been located at a low position, which eliminates the possibility of a gas pocket preventing the thermostat from properly sensing the heat of the coolant. Previous generations incorporated a coolant passage through the intake manifold to warm the incoming fuel-air mixture in very cold climates. However, modern fuel-injection techniques eliminate fuel atomization concerns under all conditions, so the LS family uses a dry intake manifold. This removes a common coolant leakage point and also allows the incoming air to remain as cool as possible for better power production.

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