Salvage Yard LS Engine

Golen Engine Service of New Hampshire shared all their tips and tricks for rebuilding a salvage yard LS engine with Chevy Hardcore.


 

In these applications, Golen sticks to SCAT Crankshafts I-beam rods.

“Golen typically utilizes a SCAT Crankshafts-brand I-beam, forged-steel rod that is 6.100 inches long, with full floating pins.

‘They’re an inexpensive rod that has been used in many of our 550-horsepower engines with no questions asked,’ said Golen.”

 

Read the full article on building a salvage yard LS engine on Chevy Hardcore’s website.

 

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