Livernois Motorsports & Engineering Introduces the Powerstorm Cylinder Head for GM Gen V LT4 Engines

 

The level of performance that the GEN-V LT4 offers is outstanding. Cranking out an advertised 650hp at the crank, with room to grow, it only makes sense that the aftermarket would get its hands all over it.

Livernois Motorsports & Engineering, is one such company that gets it — and has just announced their ported LT4 head castings for today’s Z06, CTS-V and ZL1 Camaros.

Official Release:

Livernois Motorsports & Engineering Introduces the Powerstorm Cylinder Head for GM Gen-V LT4 Engines

Dearborn Heights, MI (October 2018)– Livernois Motorsports & Engineering is excited to announce an expansion of their Powerstorm cylinder head product line to include the GM Gen V LT4 engine.

Through extensive engineering and testing by the Livernois Motorsports team, these next-generation cylinder heads are a significant step forward in innovation and design, with significant improvements over stock cylinder heads. Each set will allow 55 additional cubic feet per minute (CFM) on the intake and 52 additional CFM by the exhaust.

Three different stages of performance cylinder heads are available (street, pro or race) so you can have the right components for how you drive your vehicle.

Every Powerstorm cylinder head is made in the USA at the Livernois Motorsports & Engineering facility in Dearborn Heights, MI. The GM Gen V LT4 Powerstorm cylinder heads retail at $3,499.99-$3,999.99 and are available for purchase online at www.livernoismotorsports.com, by phone at 313.561.5500 or at the Livernois Motorsports & Engineering Dearborn Heights location. For the best value, mail order packages are available.

Features:

  • Made in the USA
  • Significant flow over stock castings
  • Available in three different stages of performance
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Being infatuated with cars since he was a toddler, AutoCentric Media Founder and Editor, Rick Seitz, has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.

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