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6.0 Liter Engines: The Chevrolet 6.0 Vortec V8 engine is also referred to as the Vortec 6000 engine or VortecMax. These Chevrolet 6.0-liter engines were mostly used for performance and truck applications but were also modified to be utilized for marine applications as well. Common issues with the Chevy 6.0 engine down the road generally include low oil pressure, AFM systems, and excess oil consumption.
- LQ4 - Has an iron block and iron heads. Post 2000 model year versions had aluminum heads. Served as a truck engine labeled as the Vortec 6000 or Vortec 6.0 engine. The LQ4 engine was found for sale in the Chevrolet Express Van / GMC Savana Van, Chevrolet SIlverado 2500 & 3500 pickups as well as the GMC Sierra 2500 & 3500, and in the Chevrolet Suburban / GMC Yukon XL Denali. It should also be noted that the 6.0 LQ4 engine for sale was featured in the Hummer H2.
- LQ9 - The 6.0-liter LQ9 engine is a high output (HO) version of the LQ4 with a higher compression ratio and flat top pistons. The LQ9 is commonly referred to as the original VortecMax or Vortec 6000 engine for sale. It was rated at 345 hp and was featured in all of the same vehicles that the LQ4 was.
- LS2 - The 6.0 LS2 engine was sold as a performance based Chevy 6.0-liter engine with 400 hp in its stock form. The crate LS2 engine came with an all-aluminum block and aluminum cylinder heads for lightweight performance. The LS2 performance engine was for sale in the 2006-2009 Chevrolet Trailblazer SS, 2005-2006 Pontiac GTO, 2005-2009 Saab 9-7X, 2005-2006 Chevrolet SSR, 2006-2007 Cadillac CTS-V, as well as the Standard Chevrolet Corvette from 2005-2007. It had a compression ratio of 10.9:1 which is slightly higher than the LS1 and LS6.
- L76 - Based on the LS2 design, outputs 348 hp stock. The L76 was also known as the VortecMax engine, Vortec 6000 engine, or Vortec 6.0 engine. Some of these engines came with variable cam phasing and even active fuel management. The L76 was available between 2006-2009 as Chevy Silverado engines and Chevy Suburban engines. The L76 was also the 6.0 Pontiac G8 GT engine from 2008-2009.
- L98 - Modified version of the L76 with 362 hp as opposed to only 348 hp.
- L77 - It is the same as the L76 except with the addition of flex-fuel compatibility. The only vehicles that you will find the L77 in the United States are in the Chevrolet Caprice PPV police cars.
- LY6 - Uses LS3 rectangle port heads and variable valve timing (VVT). This engine produced 361 hp and was found as a 6.0-liter Chevy engine for sale in the 2007-2009 Chevrolet Silverado as well as the 2007-2013 Chevrolet Suburban ¾ ton. Needless to say the 6.0-liter V8 Chevy engine is also for sale in the 2007-2013 GMC Sierra HD and 2007-2013 GMC Yukon XL ¾ ton.
- L96 - Identical to the LY6 and was available in the exact same vehicles. The only difference between the L96 and the LY6 is the fact that the L96 Chevrolet engine has flex-fuel capability.
- LFA - This was the only 6.0 Vortec engine for sale that was primarily used in hybrid trucks, designed with a 10.8:1 compression ratio and all aluminum block/ cylinder heads.
- LZ1 - This 6.0-liter Chevrolet engine underwent major changes including the addition of variable valve timing (VVT), active fuel management, and integrated electronic throttle control.
- 366 CID - The Chevrolet 366 cubic inch big block V8 engine is a 6.0-liter engine manufactured by General Motors for use in anything from school buses all the way to medium-duty pickup trucks. These engines use an even taller deck than the 396 big block engine blocks. These Chevrolet 366 big block engines were produced from 1968 all the way up until 2004 and it should be noted that they underwent a major overhaul in 1991 and received 4 main bolt blocks, cast aluminum rocker covers, and structurally altered cylinder cases.
- 6.0 Marine engine - The 6.0-liter Chevrolet marine engine is built for rigidity to handle living most of its life out on the water. The General Motors 6.0 engine, when revamped for marine applications, included technology that optimized the fuel and spark of the engine in order to eliminate the chances of sparks or fuel leakage within the engine compartment of the boat. These engines typically produced approximately 400 hp when used for marine applications.
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