Speedmaster CNC Aluminum Cylinder Head Chevy LS7
Speedmaster LS-series cylinder heads is rapidly expanding. The LS (Gen3/4) platform has many design benefits over the earlier SBC engine designs, most notably the cylinder heads. Although the GM heads are good pieces, We have developed a superior line of heads for modern performance enthusiasts. Like all Speedmaster cylinder heads, the LS-series heads are produced using our 'Gravity Casting' process. This process ensures a more uniform and robust casting, laying a strong platform to build on. Take a look below at our offerings, surely you will find a head to suit your application. If you require any additional information, or help selecting the correct cylinder head for your application, please feel free to call one our techs. INTAKE / EXHAUST GASKETS Unlike most other Chevy V-8's, the LS-series engines utilize individual O-rings around each port to seal the intake manifold to cylinder head. The LS1 / LS2 / LS6 style heads & manifolds use GM pn# 12533587 and the LS3 / L76 / L92 sty
Does these heads come with bronze valve guides.
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