The newer LS6 engine VS The old school cast iron 350 Chevy, whats the difference?
When looking at building an engine, there are definitely a lot of factors to ...
When looking at building an engine, there are definitely a lot of factors to consider. First and foremost, you need to figure out what it is that you’re building it for. Do you want a racing machine? Do you want something that’ll sound good and have a little bit of power behind it that you can use a cruise around with? Do you just want something that’s going to be interesting and good on gas? After that, even when you figure out exactly what you want other factors like time and money to dedicate to the build come into play to decide what the exact right engine is for your setup.
Now, if you’re going to the Chevrolet V8 route, there are still several different combinations that you can choose to go with. One of the main distinctions that you’re probably going have to select from is if you want to get an older Chevrolet engine or if you want to go with the newer LS style setup. Now, people will argue back and forth over which is more bang for your buck all day long but this time, we take the time to look at some of the facts, really seeing how the two engines actually differentiate from another. After all, you might not need to spend a ton of money and break the bank to get your goals.
Follow along down in the video below that will take you inside the garage as we get an incredibly detailed tour through both of these setups, talking about different designs and what makes them the same and inherently different. After digging through a resource like this, it might just help you to better decide which one of these power plants would make more sense for what you are building out the garage right now.