Where Can I Find High-Performance LS Engines?

Posted on April 12, 2013

If you’re looking to build an engine with some real punch, there’s no better company to contact than Golen High-Performance Engines. The team at Golen can build an engine to your requirements that’ll push your car down the track faster than you thought possible! We specialize in the LS series GM engines including the LS7 engine, which is the largest, most powerful V-8 engine ever built. At 7.0 L, and 427 cu. In., This engine is an absolute monster and it only gets bigger with a visit to Golen Engine! This engine boasts 505 hp and 475 foot-pounds of torque. That is more than enough to snap your head back into the seat upon acceleration, but that’s just the start!

Made exclusively in Wixom, Michigan, the LS7 is extremely unique engine. This engine has been specifically race-developed, deriving from the C5R racing team. Many of the components that make up this great engine are derived from competition components, including the titanium intake valves and sodium filled exhaust valves in the aluminum heads which are CNC ported. Each engine is hand built by a single, specially trained builder. With a 7000-RPM redline, this engine loves to be muscled.

The design team at GM has done everything they can to make this engine “race ready”, including a dry sump oiling system which will keep the engine lubricated during very high cornering loads in excess of 1G. The team at GM produces about 30 LS7 engine’s daily, and then they are shipped out to be mated up with a Corvette Z06 at the plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky. So taking this block and putting some work in it by the engine technicians at Golen High-Performance Engines will easily give you over 700 hp with the proper heads and camshaft. If you’re ready to step up to the plate and order up some real high-performance, contact the team at Golen High-Performance Engines today. We can be reached at 1-800-591-9171. We will gladly discuss your performance requirements, and will suggest options to get to that point on a reasonable budget.