Are all LS intakes interchangeable?

Are all LS intakes interchangeable?

Unfortunately, the LS6-to-LS1 conversion is about the only easy or practical LS-intake swap we could identify. In other words, not all intakes will swap with each other. There are a number of hurdles to clear when looking over the list, simply due to the wide range of engines developed from the LS architecture.

How much HP can a 5.3 LS make?

The cam is rated at an rpm range of 1,600-6,600 so off-throttle response is good and it makes great power at higher rpm. The stock 5.3L is factory rated around 320 hp with 340 lb-ft of torque.

What LS intake are Cathedral Port?

The LS Classic Series 14” Classic Intake Kit is designed to pay respect to the classic muscle cars and trucks of the 60’s and 70’s while using modern technology for ultimate performance.

How much HP does a carburetor add to an LS engine?

With this carb & intake the 5.3L woke up and made 350HP @ 5600RPM and 370 ft/lbs @ 4100RPM. That is a 7% gain before any fine tuning. With today’s advancements in carburetor and intake casting technology putting a carb on your LS engine is an affordable way to get the most out of LS engines.

Who makes the best LSX carb intake manifold?

There is a huge selection of LSX Carb Intakes on the market today. While Chevrolet Performance makes a popular 4 barrel intake (part #25534394), it is our friends at Edelbrock who offer the widest and most popular selections of carb-ready LS intake manifolds on the market today for LSX engines.

Why put a CARB on an LSX?

The reasons why a carb on an LS makes sense are pretty simple. In LS swaps or street/strip/race cars a carbureted LS is simple, cheaper, and often can make more top-end power than EFI. In this tech article, we are going to show you how to install an LSX ignition specifically for carbureted engines with help from our friends at MSD Ignition.

Will an ignition box and intake manifold fit on an LS6?

If you have ever installed an ignition box and intake manifold on an old small block Chevy – the process here is literally no different. The provided intake manifold will fit any Gen III cathedral port headed engines. For example, this would bolt right onto any LS1, LS6 or the 4.8/5.3/6.0L truck motors.