Other GM brands, the performance industry, marine and industrial equipment manufacturers have all chosen the small block as their preferred power choice. We invite you to celebrate the historic manufacture of GM’s 100 Millionth small block by taking part in a web chat to ask questions you been wanting to ask on the design of current small block engines and even a glimpse of things to come. The current generation modern small block powers some of Chevrolet’s and GM’s most popular models, including Camaro, Corvette and Silverado, and continues to be one of America’s favorite engines whether it is the LS9, LS3 or the fuel efficient truck engines with cylinder deactivation. Join small block Chief Engineer Jordan Lee and Assistant Chief Engineer John Rydzewski for a web chat on Nov. 29, 2011, 11:00 a.m. to noon. See you then.
November 23, 2011
Celebrating the Small Block
Since introduced in 1955, the GM small block engine has provided performance, efficiency and technology to millions of Chevy cars and trucks. But it didn’t stop there.