What do you get when you take Chevrolet Performance’s aggressive ASA camshaft — developed for the high-rpm world of circle-track racing — and slip it into an LS3 6.2L engine? The answer is 525 horsepower in one of our most powerful production-based crate engines. We call it the LS376/525, and if take-no-prisoner performance is what you’re looking for in your new Camaro or resto-mod Chevelle, this is it!
The ASA camshaft is a hydraulic roller with .525-inch lift on both sides, along with 226 degrees of duration on the intake side and 236 degrees on the exhaust side. Coupled with a tight, 110-degree lobe separation angle, it helps the engine deliver excellent throttle response and breathe exceptionally well at high rpm. And for durability, we complement the cam with higher-rate valve springs.
You’ll need tuning to make the most of the engine in a late-model GM vehicle. If you plan to use the LS376/525 in a vintage car, you’ll need the controller kit (P/N 19259261), which includes the throttle pedal to match its electronically controlled throttle body. Check out our LS1 Engine Kit Installation Guide (P/N 88959384) for details on installing an LS engine in a vintage vehicle.
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)
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 88958770):
Valve Lift (in.):
0.525 intake / 0.525 exhaust
Camshaft Duration (@.050 in.):
226° intake / 236° 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, roll trunnion
Rocker Arms (P/N 10214664 exh):
Investment-cast, roll trunnion
Rocker Arm Ratio:
Maximum Recommended rpm:
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