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Published 11/21/23

The 2024 Chevrolet Performance Catalog is Here

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The 2024 Chevrolet Performance catalog is now available, just in time for winter projects on show vehicles and race cars.

The catalog features 236 pages covering crate engines,* transmissions, Connect & Cruise Crate Powertrain Systemsengine components, vehicle upgrades and much more.

Among this year’s new crate engine highlights are the SP502/605 Deluxe carrying on the Bowtie’s historic Big-Block lineage and the 6.6L L8P bringing big power and plenty of torque to the LT family. Plus, the 525 RLB is a long-block based on the CT525 and developed for universal racing sanctioning bodies, including off-road applications.

The catalog also details electric options, including an eCrate conversion kit, allowing for the conversion of most conventional combustion-engine-powered vehicles into fully electric propulsion.

Of course, plenty of detail is also included on traditional Chevrolet Performance engine families including LT, LS, Big-Block, Small-Block and sealed circle track and drag racing options.

The 2024 Chevrolet Performance catalog is available for order or download by following this link. You can also find it at your local dealer and many shows throughout the nation.

Keep visiting The BLOCK to see feature vehicles and other stories featuring parts from the Chevrolet Performance catalog.

*Because of their effect on a vehicle’s emissions performance, these engines are intended exclusively for use in competition vehicles. These engines are designed and intended for use in vehicles operated exclusively for competition: in racing or organized competition on courses separate from public roads, streets or highways. Installation or use of these engines on a vehicle operated on public roads, streets or highways is likely to violate U.S., Canadian, and state and provincial laws and regulations related to motor vehicle emissions.