Is a 327 a LS motor?

It’s an LS327/327 iron block crate engine from Chevrolet Performance. They call it a “souped up” version (they actually use that term) of their popular 5.3L (iron block) LS small-block built specifically for truck, van, and SUV applications.

How much HP does a 327 have?

Despite being down on inches to the 350, the 327 Chevy still lays claim to the most powerful production conventional small-block ever produced, the L84. Rated at 375 hp, the fuel-injected 327 was a high-winding screamer, as satisfying to drive as any big-block.

Is a 5.3 LS a 327 engine?

The 5.3L is not a 327 or even close to a 327. Not even related to a 327. The LS1 is 347.

Will 350 heads fit on a 327?

Bill, 350 heads will work on your 327. Avoid 305 heads like the plague, though. You will want to find some with similar size combustion chamber and valve size/port size in order to keep at least the same power output your 327 had when new.

What kind of car has a 327 engine?

And the following are just some of the vehicles that have had a 327 engine in them: 1 Chevy Malibu 2 Chevy Impala 3 Chevy El Camino 4 Chevy Chevelle 5 Chevy II 6 Chevy Corvette More

What happened to the Chevy 327 engine in 1967?

Chevrolet however decided for 1967 to expand the lineup of 327 engines back to 5 different models like they had in 1965. The only big difference was now the low end 327 came with a 2 barrel carburetor which severely lowered the horsepower for the engine.

What kind of engine does an LS1 have?

The 4.8L, 5.3L and 6.0L motors were generally iron block and used in trucks and vans. Although there are many “pros” for the LS1 engine, there are some common issues with the engine and are further exacerbated in motorsport environments.

What is the torque rating of a 327 V8 engine?

The 327 cubic inch displacement top-end carbureted V8 motor has a bore and stroke of 4 inches by 3.25 inches. The torque rating is 350 lb-ft. at 4,000 rpm.