Small-Block Chevy V-8 through the Years
The LS1 had a smaller bore and longer stroke than the Gen I and Gen II 350/5.7-liter V-8s. The new engine used a 3.89-inch (99.0 mm) bore and a 3.62-inch (92 mm) stroke for a total displacement if 345.7 cubic inches or 5.7 liters. In 2001, the Corvette Z06 ...
Chevrolet Corvette Timeline: Milestones and More from C1 through C7
Aluminum cylinder heads became an option for the L71 engine, and a dual-master-cylinder braking system becomes standard. 1968: Sculpted to resemble the Mako Shark II show car of 1965 and offering a 435-hp, 427-cubic-inch (7.0-liter ... only $62.65 shy ...
2008 Corvette gets LS3 engine and power upgrade
In addition to its larger bores, which help create a 376-cubic-inch displacement ... But while the bore of the 6.2L engine is increased when compared with the previous 6.0L engine, the engine’s stroke remains at 3.62 inches (92 mm).
Official: Audi TT 2.0 TDI Coupe & Roadster with 170 HP Diesel Engine – 44.4 MPG!
The TT’s 2.0-liter ... smart sports engine. The Audi TT Coupe 2.0 TDI quattro easily leaves the gasoline-powered competition behind when accelerating from a standstill. It sprints from zero to 100 km/h (62.14 mph) in just 7.5 seconds and never looks ...
The 10 Best Chevrolet Engines
The 265 cubic-inch V-8 was ... first 300-plus-hp engine on the market, but it was one of the first that was reasonably affordable. LS7; 7.0-liter V-8, 505 hp The Corvette was already on the map as a world-class performance machine thanks to the C5 Z06 ...