ATTENTION CORVETTE MOTORHEADS! We are officially announcing the next two classic Corvette engines in our NEW Corvette Engine Blueprint Series – the 1967-1969 427/435 L71 and the 1990-1995 LT5. We’re releasing these two engines together because they are arguably two of the most awesome-looking engines to ever live under the hood of a Corvette. The sight of that big, triangular air cleaner on top of that gigantic 427 big-block engine engine provides owners with instant bragging rights.
The same is true with the LT5 that powered the 1990-1995 ZR-1 Corvettes. With the ZR-1’s clam shell hood up, the 350-cid LT5 looks “stuffed” into the frame rails of the car, thanks to its big DOHC (double overhead cam) heads. And the intake runners of the LT5’s fuel injection system looks like the car has been to the gym and now has eight-pack abs! While the LS-series of Corvette engines went on to make much more power, the LT5 is still a sight to behold – a genuine jewel of engineering. Read More