Our engineers never stop tinkering. When they took a production LS3 6.2L (376 cubic inches) engine and swapped the stock camshaft for the racing-inspired LS Hot Cam (P/N 88958753), the result was a stunning 480 horsepower and 475 lb-ft of torque. That’s nearly 12 percent more power and torque from a simple camshaft change!
We wasted no time in adding that terrific combination – dubbed LS376/480 – to our crate engine portfolio. The key to the power boost is the Hot Cam’s 0.525-inch lift on both the intake and exhaust sides, along with 219-degree/228-degree duration specs. That’s less lift on the intake side than the stock LS3 cam, but considerably more duration, allowing the valves to stay open a little longer to draw in more air from the rectangular-port L92-style heads.
Use the LS376/480 with a controller kit (P/N 1925267), which includes a special pedal for use with the engine’s electronically controlled throttle.
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 12623967):
Cast-aluminum with six-bolt, cross-bolted main caps
Crankshaft (P/N 12597569):
Connecting Rods (P/N 12607475):
Pistons (P/N 19207287):
Camshaft Type (P/N 88958753):
Valve Lift (in.):
.525 intake / .525 exhaust
Camshaft Duration (@.050 in.):
219° intake / 228° exhaust
Cylinder Heads (P/N 12629063):
Aluminum L92-style port; “as cast” with 68-cc chambers
Valve Size (in.):
2.165 intake / 1.590 exhaust
Rocker Arms (P/N 12569167 int):
Investment-cast, roller trunnion
Rocker Arms (P/N 10214664 exh):
Investment-cast, roller trunnion
Rocker Arm Ratio:
Maximum Recommended rpm:
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