When I bought a LSX back in 2014, I wasn’t looking to get a more powerful engine, but instead a more economical one.
I wanted to be able to go out and buy a better engine from the factory if I needed it.
And I didn’t want to have to buy it at a huge markup for a sub-$200 engine.
So I bought it from a reputable manufacturer for a bargain price.
The LSX I bought from LS1 Motorsports is a 4.8L, four cylinder engine.
It is powered by a 6-speed manual transmission, which is rated at a little over 4,000 RPM.
As with all LS1 engines, this one is rated for highway cruising, so if you are going to be cruising in a city, it would be ideal to run it on a highway.
You will also want to look at the fuel economy rating of this engine.
This is important because LS1 is designed for the road, but if you drive the engine at highway speeds, it will not be able give you the fuel mileage you want.
I am not sure if this is the reason why it is rated so low, or if it is simply a coincidence that it is a manual transmission engine.
Regardless of why it was rated so high, the LSX is one of the best engines in its class.
There are many other LS1s out there, including the LS4, the E-Tron, and the LS3.
If you want a supercharged LS3, look no further.
Even if you don’t want a manual gearbox, you can still buy a supercharger.
If you are looking for a supercar, look for a V6 engine.
If you are a racing enthusiast, look at a naturally aspirated V8.
If the LS2 was your first choice, look into the LS7.
The more power the engine has, the better it will perform.
Lets not forget about the performance of the engine.
I can’t stress this enough: You can’t go wrong with a V8 engine.
It has a lot of power.
It is powerful enough to carry you on long, straight roads, and it will give you that massive boost that can easily put you over the top of any racer.
As you can see, there is a lot to love about a superpowered LS engine.
The next article in this series will cover the best cars for buying a supercharging engine.
We’ll be talking about all the best supercharged engines available today, including supercharged sports cars, and what makes them so good.