GRAND BLANC, Mich. - GM Performance Parts' innovative, emissions-compliant E-ROD crate engine lineup expands with a new version calibrated for manual-transmissions. It is available for immediate ordering under part number 19256487.
The manual-transmission package includes all of the same parts as the original, automatic-transmission-calibrated package (19244805); only the electronic control module's programming is different. The list price for both versions is $9,375.
GM Performance Parts recommends the following parts to complement the manual-transmission E-ROD package:
Camaro LS3 six-speed manual transmission (92236241 - includes hydraulic release bearing actuator)
Flywheel bolts(11569956 - six required)
Pilot bearing (12557583)
Pressure plate (24255748)
Pressure plate bolts (12561465 - six required)
Release bearing (19210297)
The E-ROD kit includes the same, basic LS3 production engine found in the current Camaro SS and Corvette. Standard elements of the kit include:
6.2-liter LS3 crate engine, rated at 430 horsepower and 424 lb.-ft. of torque
GMPP LS3 engine wiring harness
GMPP engine control module
Oxygen sensors and sensor bosses
Fuel tank evaporative emissions canister
Mass airflow sensor and sensor boss
Accelerator pedal (for use with the LS3's electronic throttle)
In addition to the E-ROD system, the builder will need to source additional fuel system components to complete the assembly and get the vehicle running. Please refer to the installation instructions for further details. All of the GMPP installation guides can be found at www.gmperformanceparts.com/extras.
E-ROD engines also require a front-end accessory drive system suitable to the vehicle. The instruction manual includes recommendations and measurements for the accessory drive kit, as well as gear ratios and more.
The E-ROD crate engine packages are available through GM dealers, authorized GMPP retailers and via the GMPP Web site, www.gmperformanceparts.com.
GM Performance Parts - tested to the limits, backed by GM
GM Performance Parts crate engines undergo an extensive, full-power engine dynamometer validation that requires the engines perform from peak horsepower to peak torque. That commitment to quality and durability enables General Motors to back GM Performance Parts crate engines with a 24-month/50,000-mile warranty (whichever occurs first). All GM Performance Parts components carry a 12-month/12,000-mile warranty.
Enthusiasts who crave the latest technology, maximum horsepower and the expertise and confidence backed by GM, can purchase GMPP crate engines, blocks, heads, high-performance transmissions and components from GMPP Authorized Center dealers or any other GM dealership nationwide. To shop for GMPP products, or for more information, visit www.gmperformanceparts.com.
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