The Cadillac CTS-V’s 6.2L supercharged LSA engine delivers 556 horsepower with refinement that is rare in the world of high performance. It is smooth, quiet, and well-balanced — all while delivering breathtaking power.
A unique aluminum cylinder block casting houses a forged-steel crankshaft and super-tough reciprocating parts, integrated piston-cooling oil jets, and high-flow cylinder heads that support the airflow enabled by a 1.9L, sixth-generation supercharger with four-lobe, high-twist rotors. The advanced rotor design broadens the supercharger’s effective range, enhancing low-rpm torque and high-rpm horsepower.
Chevrolet Performance’s LSA 6.2L supercharged crate engine package comes fully dressed, from the top of the charge-cooled supercharger assembly to the ignition system, water pump, balancer, and more. It is a less-costly alternative to the LS9 engine and makes a great transplant for any off-road LS-powered vehicle or pre-1976 car or truck. It also comes with conventional wet-sump lubrication system.
NOTE: This engine includes an eight-bolt crankshaft flange that may require an adapter for use with some transmissions.
LS-Series Gen IV Small-Block V-8
Displacement (cu. in.):
Bore x Stroke (in.):
4.065 x 3.622 (103.25 x 92 mm)
Block (P/N 12623968):
Cast-aluminum with six-bolt, cross-bolted main caps
Crankshaft (P/N 12603616):
Forged steel with eight-bolt flange
Connecting Rods (P/N 12604857):
Pistons (P/N 12625119):
Camshaft Type (P/N 12623064):
Valve Lift (in.):
.492 intake / .480 exhaust
Camshaft Duration (@.050 in.):
198° intake / 216° exhaust
Cylinder Heads (P/N 12604860):
L92 style port; “as cast” with 68-cc chambers
Valve Size (in.):
2.160 intake / 1.590 exhaust
Rocker Arms (P/N 12569167 intake):
Investment-cast, roller trunnion
Rocker Arms (P/N 10214664 exhaust):
Investment-cast, roller trunnion
Rocker Arm Ratio:
Maximum Recommended rpm:
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