What LS engine has 799 heads?
5.3L and 4.8L truck engines are LS engines designed with 799 heads. The cylinder heads perform amazingly on the truck engines. They are built with sophisticated architecture, including a cathedral-shaped port with smaller combustion chambers. via
Are 799 good LS heads?
The 799 heads offered the most flow, bettering the 706 heads by as much as 20 cfm at some lift points. The chamber volume on the 799 heads was within 2.5 cc's of the 706 heads, but the dyno indicated this did not translate into power on our test engine. via
How many cc are 799 heads?
See all 18 photos The smallest of the bunch, the 5.3L 706 (and 4.8L) heads featured a 1.89/1.55 valve combination and a 61.5cc chamber volume. See all 18 photos The 799 heads relied on 2.00/1.55-inch valve sizing and slightly larger 64cc combustion chambers. via
Are 706 LS heads any good?
Chevy 706 LS Heads are high-performing cylinder heads that offer enormous power at an incredible price. They are the most affordable and most effective remanufactured cylinder heads that can be used for a 4.8L, 5.3L, and even 6.0L LS engine build. via
What heads does a LS6 have?
The 5.7L LS6 is the most powerful Gen. 3 small block engine as it came from the factory. It is an improved version of the LS1 produced for the 2001 Z06 Corvette.
LS6 Cylinder Heads.
|LS6 Cylinder Head Specs|
|Combustion Chamber Volume||65cc|
|Intake Port Shape||Cathedral|
|Intake Runner Volume||210cc|
|Exhaust Port Shape||D-Port|
What did GM 706 heads come on?
See all 5 photos 706 heads can be found on scores of 1999 and up GM 5.3L and 4.8L engines. via