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How To Build a Budget LS2 Engine

Commonly found in many of the Chevy and GM vehicles between 2005 and 2008, the LS2 engine is the next evolution of the Chevy...

FAQ : LS1 Rocker Arm Ratios

LS1 rocker arm ratios are fairly standard across the board, with a 1.7:1 ratio for all the GM GEN III cylinder heads with the...

FAQ – How to Shop for LS1 Piston Rings

Whether you are building a LS swap project or performing a teardown and rebuild of your stock block, it pays to know piston rings....

FAQ – LS3 Specifications

Bursting onto the scene in the 2008 Chevy Corvette, the LS3 has quickly become a fan favorite that won't break the bank. The LS3...

How To Install LS Cams

When you are doing an engine swap or planning some upgrades for your GEN III or GEN IV GM engine, the cams are always...

How to Test a 2JZGTE Ignition Coil

Ignition coils are the subject of our newest addition to ourĀ 2JZGTE How to Guides, and today we'll be testing the 2JZGTE ignition coil for...

How To Convert LS2 Ignition Coils

The LS2 engine is the next step in GEN III GM shortblock technology, and can be found in many late model GM vehicles. While...

DTC P0107 – How To Test your LS1 MAP Sensor

Trouble with your Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) sensor can often lead to headaches in your LS1 swap. The OBDII DTC Trouble Code P0107 refers...

How To Read C5 Corvette Trouble Codes

The fifth generation Corvette changed a lot of things for GM and Chevy alike, propelling the first GEN III engine in Chevy's flagship sportscar....

FAQ : GM LS Part Numbers

Whether you are building a budget project or assembling a LS engine from the ground up, these part numbers can help you get the...