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  • One of the many unicorns from the GM lineup, the 2004-2006 Pontiac GTO Oil pan is very difficult to find new, let alone used.

Well, look no further. This brand new oil pan features the quite necessary front sump that many of you are looking for on your builds. We offer this complete with windage tray, dipstick tube and mounting hardware. Also works with LS1, LS2, LS3, LS6, LS9, L59, L76, L98, L92, LQ4, LQ9, LSA and LSX engines. 

Perfect for use in GM X-body, Nissan 240, Mazda RX-7 among many other applications. One of the many unicorns from the GM lineup, the 2004-2006 Pontiac GTO Oil pan is very difficult to find new, let alone used.

Well, look no further. This brand new oil pan features the quite necessary front sump that many of you are looking for on your builds. We offer this complete with windage tray, dipstick tube and mounting hardware. Also works with LS1, LS2, LS3, LS6, LS9, L59, L76, L98, L92, LQ4, LQ9, LSA and LSX engines. 

Perfect for use in GM X-body, Nissan 240, Mazda RX-7 among many other applications.

    2004-2006 Pontiac GTO Oil Pan

    General Motors

    One of the many unicorns from the GM lineup, the 2004-2006 Pontiac GTO Oil pan is very difficult to find new, let alone used. Well, look no further. This brand new oil pan features the quite...
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  • LM7

The Vortec 5300 LM7 (VIN code 8th digit "T") was introduced in 1999, and can be considered the "garden variety" version of the Generation III 5.3 liter V8's. The 1999 LM7 engine produced 270 hp (201 kW) and 315 lb·ft (427 N·m), 2000-2003 engines made 285 hp (213 kW) and 325 lb·ft (441 N·m). The 2004-2007 engines made 295 hp (220 kW) and 335 lb·ft (454 N·m), it has a cast iron block and aluminum heads.
This unit has 40k miles, and includes a 6 month warranty. Complete with ECM, harness and all accessories except for starter and a/c compressor.

    2006 5.3 LS Engine | Alpha

    General Motors

    MSRP: $1,999.99
    $1,425.99
    LM7 The Vortec 5300 LM7 (VIN code 8th digit "T") was introduced in 1999, and can be considered the "garden variety" version of the Generation III 5.3 liter V8's. The 1999 LM7 engine produced 270 hp...
    MSRP: $1,999.99
    $1,425.99
  • Brand New - combine with one of our LS Swap kits and drop it in!

LS3 & Hot Cam = Loads of Fun!

The hot new small-block V-8 in the GM lineup is the hyper-aggressive LS3. It offers a high-revving 376-cid combination that represents generations of small-block V-8 development and engineering. Not only is the LS3 an amazing engine in its stock configuration, but with those high-flowing rectangular port cylinder heads, the LS3 is loaded with potential. To tap into this, the engineers at GM Performance Parts offer you the LS376/480—an LS3 with an upgraded camshaft that ups power by a whopping 50 horsepower!

The LS376/480 comes with the same great features as the LS3 crate engine. The bottom end includes a 6-bolt aluminum block, nodular crank, high performance rods, and 10.7:1 pistons. The heads are high-flowing rectangular-port L92 units that have been upgraded with high-revving, hollow-stem valves. The same EFI intake manifold feeds the hungry engine, while 1.7:1 roller rockers work with the upgraded camshaft.

    376 CI | 6.2 LSX Engine | 480HP

    General Motors

    MSRP: $8,999.99
    $7,799.99
    Brand New - combine with one of our LS Swap kits and drop it in! LS3 & Hot Cam = Loads of Fun!The hot new small-block V-8 in the GM lineup is the hyper-aggressive LS3. It offers a high-revving...
    MSRP: $8,999.99
    $7,799.99
  • Mighty Mouse 4.8 LS Motor
120k miles. 6 month warranty. Includes everything except starter and a/c compressor. Selling fast.

    4.8 LS Engine | Alpha

    General Motors

    $999.99
    4.8 LS engines are the mighty max of the LS family. Don't rule them out because they have the least displacement.  Hot Rod Magazine was able to squeeze 1,200 HP out of a junkyard motor with...
    $999.99
  • Mighty Mouse 4.8 LS Motor
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    4.8 LS Engine | Bravo

    General Motors

    MSRP: $999.99
    $799.99
    4.8 LS engines are the mighty max of the LS family. Don't rule them out because they have the least displacement.  Hot Rod Magazine was able to squeeze 1,200 HP out of a junkyard motor with...
    MSRP: $999.99
    $799.99
  • After only a few short years, the LS7 7.0L engine of the Corvette Z06 is a legend in its own time. Sure, it’s got more than 500 naturally aspirated horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque, but the exceptional high-rpm performance and low-end grunt gives this 427-cubic-in combination the great tractability for which LS engines are known and the pulling power expected of a Big-Block with its historic displacement.

The LS7 features a unique big-bore cylinder block that is anchored with a forged crankshaft, featherweight titanium connecting rods and durable, friction-coated pistons. But it’s the airflow capability of the LS7’s cavernous, CNC-ported heads that enables its tremendous power. Large-volume, straight-passage intake runners channel air directly through 2.20-inch titanium intake valves. The mixture is burned in large, 70cc combustion chambers and what’s left exits through 1.61-inch sodium-filled exhaust valves. And did we forget to mention the dry sump oiling system? This is a serious engine for serious enthusiasts.

GM Performance Parts’ LS7 7.0L crate engine package includes a production style engine with the dry sump oil pan. You’ll need to supply the external oil supply and oil lines to the engine, but the rest of the assembly is fully dressed, including the manifold assembly with injectors and electronically controlled throttle body, and log-style exhaust manifolds.

    427 CI | 7.0 LS7 Engine | 505HP

    General Motors

    MSRP: $16,599.99
    $14,999.99
    After only a few short years, the LS7 7.0L engine of the Corvette Z06 is a legend in its own time. Sure, it’s got more than 500 naturally aspirated horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque,...
    MSRP: $16,599.99
    $14,999.99