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Used 1999 LS1 engine assembly with 122,320 miles. This is a 5.7 liter (346 cubic inch) aluminum block engine. GM rated this engine at 345 horsepower at 5600 RPM, and 350 lb ft of torque at 4400 RPM. Engine assembly has been tested and carefully inspected prior to being listed for sale. It has been run through several heat cycles, and had good oil pressure. It does not knock or smoke. It runs smooth, and makes good power. Engine is in excellent operating condition (see video below).
Assembly was removed from a 1999 Chevrolet Corvette, VIN # 1G1YY22G2X5107168. Mileage documentation is available upon request.
What Is Included
The following items are included along with the engine:
- Complete front drive, including A/C compressor
- Exhaust manifolds
- Engine wiring harness
- All engine mounted sensors, including MAF
The LS1 engine is an excellent choice for transplants into older vehicles due to its excellent power, driveability, reliability, and fuel economy. The low profile intake manifold, oil pan sump design, and the front accessory layout on this engine make this drivetrain better suited for transplants than LS engines out of trucks and SUVs. It is the buyer's responsibility to research compatibility before purchasing.
This item ships via truck freight to the lower 48 states. Before purchasing, please email with your full address so we can provide you with a shipping quote. If you do not have a forklift or a loading dock, you will need to request liftgate service. Item can also be picked up in Clanton, AL.
This engine comes with a 90 day parts warranty. This warranty covers any parts that fail during 90 days starting with the date you receive your order. Labor, lost time, and other related costs are not covered. Warranty is void if the engine is disassembled, modified, or altered, since we are unable to control the quality of the modifications being made.
Note: All fluids will be drained from the engine for shipping purposes. Fluids must be added and checked prior to starting the engine.