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An EngineLabs Exclusive: The Gen III LT5 That Never Was, Alive Again

EngineLabs is proud to present this exclusive article on the GEN III LT5 engine that never made it into production in the C4 ZR-1. It's back - and alive, thanks to an enterprising engineer from Lingenfelter. Read More

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Lingenfelter Delivers Performance Packages To 2014 Corvette Stingray

Lingenfelter Performance Engineering is at it again with six performance packages targeted at the all-new Corvette Stingray. See the details inside!Read More


Dyno Video: Katech Performance Adds 23 Horsepower to LT1 Engine

Katech Performance has the new C7 Corvette LT1 engine on the dyno, testing air-induction options, headers, camshafts and cylinder-head modifications. Read all about it here!Read More

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Vettes of All Shapes and Sizes at This January’s Barrett-Jackson

The upcoming Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale have been highly anticipated since news leaked-out that one of GM's first C7s was to be up for bid at the event. But the newest Vette isn't the only one to be featured, as several Corvettes spanning multiple generations and styles will be up for grabs in Arizona!Read More

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The Inside Scoop: Why Is GM Calling The New Small-Block An LT1?

There’s been considerable blogosphere buzz this week about GM’s resurrection of the LT1 engine name for the all-new Gen 5 Small Block that will power the 2014 Corvette. So, with the reintroduction of the LT1, we couldn’t help but wonder aloud how and why the name was selected. Find out why, here!Read More

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Gen V Rumors: What’s coming in the next-generation small-block?

Much speculation has been been generated by the pending arrival of the fifth-generation small-block from General Motors. EngineLabs editor Mike Magda sorts through the rumors, facts and possibilities and handicaps the likelihood of certain technologies that appear in the new Gen V small-block.Read More