LT Engines

Introduced in the 2014 C7 Corvette, the all-new LT engine series is the latest iteration of the GM V8.
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LS and LT Engine Reference Guide for the Gen. 3, Gen. 4 & Gen. 5 LS/LT, Vortec/EcoTec3 Engines

Though the dozens of engines in the GM LS and LT families have many similarities, there are significant differences as well—and it’s important to know exactly what those are if […]

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LT Engines

L86 6.2L EcoTec3 Engine Specs: Performance, Bore & Stroke, Cylinder Heads, Cam Specs & More

The L86 is a Gen. 5, 6.2L, small-block engine powering 2014-present GM trucks and SUVs. They are known as the EcoTec3 6.2L engines. These engines use a longer intake runner than its […]

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L83/L8B 5.3L EcoTec3 Engine Specs: Performance, Bore & Stroke, Cylinder Heads, Cam Specs & More

This is an engine specification guide for General Motors’ fifth-generation L83 and L8B engines that launched in 2014. These LT-based engines are commonly referred to as EcoTec3 5.3L engines. They […]

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How to Identify an LT Engine (Gen 5) by VIN

Before you begin your engine project, you need to know exactly what you have—and when it comes to General Motors’ Gen 5 LT small blocks, it’s currently a lot easier […]

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LT4 6.2L Engine Specs: Performance, Bore & Stroke, Cylinder Heads, Cam Specs & More

This is an engine specification guide for General Motors’ fifth-generation supercharged LT4 engine that launched in 2015. GM has built two different engines designated as the LT4: 1996–1997 LT4 – Gen II, 5.7L, […]

2014 "LT-1" 6.2L V-8 VVT DI (LT1) for Chevrolet Corvette (Image/Chevrolet)
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LT1 6.2L Engine Specs: Performance, Bore & Stroke, Cylinder Heads, Cam Specs & More

This is an engine specification guide for General Motors’ fifth-generation LT1 engine that launched in 2014. GM has built three engines designated as the LT1: 1970-72 – Gen. I, 5.7L, small block (technically, […]