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Chevy Performance’s LT376/535: Mining More Power from the LT Engine Family

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Chevrolet Performance engineers have wasted no time digging into the new LT engine family to mine more power – and they’ve delivered it in the LT376/535. It builds on the technologies and capability of the LT1 6.2L offered in the Corvette Stingray and Camaro SS.

 

The LT376/535 is architecturally similar to the LT1 and LS family of small-block engines, but with a unique block casting, cylinder head design, oiling system, and more. It retains the advanced technologies of the LT1, including Direct Injection, to support an advanced combustion system to create a more than capable engine for your project. By adding CNC-ported heads and our high-lift LT1 Hot Cam, the LT376/535 delivers more naturally aspirated horsepower than its predecessors.

 

 

 

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