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 What Is an LQ4 Chevy Engine?

Answer The LQ4 was a third-generation, six-liter Vortec production engine used in light-duty General Motors trucks, SUVs and vans from 1999 to 2007. "LQ4" is an RPO, which stands for "regular production o... Read More »
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What is a chevy rat engine?

Chevy rat motors are legendary in performance and racing circles. The "rat" was Chevrolet's answer to the powerful Dodge hemi engines.IdentificationSmall-block Chevrolet V-8 motors were known as "m... Read More »
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What is the best chevy crate engine?

On One Hand: The Most PopularGM's classic 350-cubic-inch ZZ4 is a 355-horsepower silver bullet and more than enough for most cars. With aluminum heads, a roller cam, a 1053 forged crankshaft and an... Read More »
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What are the Specs for a Chevy 6-Liter Engine?

Introduced as a truck engine, the 6.0-liter Chevy Vortec engine is based on General Motors' "LS" engine platform that was introduced in the 1997 Chevrolet Corvette. the 6.0-liter Vortec was also pr... Read More »
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What Was the Original Engine in the 1962 Chevy Bel Air?

There were two engines in two basic models of the Chevy Belair for 1962, as the muscle car era was in full swing. The 1500 series had an in-line six while the 1600 series had a V-8 engine as standa... Read More »
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