Late Model Engines
LME offers "custom engines for today's musclecars," and the company has exciting offerings when it comes to Gen III/IVs, some of which we've picked out for you here. But remember, LME says that there is "no such thing as a cookie-cutter engine," so if you don't see exactly what you are looking for, be sure to let them know what it will take to fulfill your need for speed!

430-CID LS7 CRATE ENGINE
COMPANY: Late Model Engines
BLOCK: LS7, aluminum, new
DISPLACEMENT: 430ci (7.0L)
COMPRESSION RATIO: 11.5:1
CRANKSHAFT: 4.000-inch, Callies Compstar, 4340 forged steel
RODS: 6.125-inch, Callies Compstar, 4340 forged steel, H-beam
PISTONS: 4.135-inch, Wiseco, custom flat-top with lateral gas ports
RINGS: NPR stainless chrome; 1.2, 1.2, 3mm
ROD BEARINGS: Clevite CB 663 H
MAIN BEARINGS: Clevite MS 2199 H
CAM BEARINGS: DuraBond CH-23
BOLTS: ARP main studs, head studs, and 2000 7/16 rod bolts
HEADS: GM LS7, aluminum, ported and polished with Xceldyne
custom titanium intake valves and stainless exhaust valves
HEAD GASKETS: GM
CAM: Cam Motion hydraulic roller, 244/250 duration at .050
LIFTERS: COMP Cams 850-16
PUSHRODS: COMP Cams one-piece chrome-moly, 3/8-inch, .080-wall
ROCKER ARMS: GM LS7 with Harland Sharp trunnion modification
VALVESPRINGS: Manley NexTek, dual with titanium retainers
INTAKE MANIFOLD: GM LS7
THROTTLE BODY: LS2 90mm
FUEL INJECTORS: LS7
MAF: no
WIRING HARNESS: no
PCM: no
CORE CHARGES: no
WARRANTY: 6 months
PRICE: $13,899.00
COMMENTS: Listed heads flow 390 cfm intake and 240 cfm exhaust. Also available are ETP LS7 aftermarket cylinder heads of any compression, as well as custom cams per application (solid and hydraulic roller), and sheetmetal and carb-style intake manifolds. Custom sheetmetal oil pans for early- and late-model GM vehicles are optional.