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  • 2012 V6 Product Guide

    GM has recently released their 2012 Product Guide, which details all of the engines and transmissions used in production vehicles, as well as the specs of the engines. Several years ago, we used to outline these updates, but have been lacking in getting the information out for the past few years. In an effort to try to keep the site up on the most recent releases from GM, I am trying to get this information back into articles again. With that said, on to the information.

    Car Engines


    Engine Name RPO Bore x Stroke Cam Comp Ratio Vehicles HP(kW)@RPM TQ(Nm)@RPM
    3.0L V6 VVT DI LFW 89.0 x 80.3 DOHC 11.7:1 CTS(Sedan/Wagon) [dual exhaust] 270hp(201kW) @7000 223lb-ft(302Nm) @5700
    CTS Sedan [single exhaust] 265hp(198kW) @7000 220lb-ft(298Nm) @5700
    3.6L V6 VVT DI LFX 94.0 x 85.6 DOHC 11.5:1 Camaro(Coupe/Convertible) 323hp(241kW) @6800 278lb-ft(377Nm) @4800
    CTS(Coupe/Sedan/Wagon) 318hp(237kW) @6800 275lb-ft(373Nm) @4900
    Caprice Police Vehicle 301hp(225kW) @6700 265lb-ft(359Nm) @4800
    Impala Police Vehicle 302hp(225kW) @6800 262lb-ft(355Nm) @5300
    Impala 300hp(223kW) @6500 262lb-ft(355Nm) @5300
    LaCrosse 303hp(226kW) @6800 264lb-ft(358Nm) @5300
    3.6L VVT LY7 94.0 x 85.6 DOHC 10.2:1 Malibu 252hp(188kW) @6300 251lb-ft(340Nm) @3200
    Truck Engines

    Engine Name RPO Bore x Stroke Cam Comp Ratio Vehicles HP(kW)@RPM TQ(Nm)@RPM
    3.0L V6 VVT DI LFW 89.0 x 80.3 DOHC 11.7:1 Equinox, Terrain, Captiva Sport(Fleet Only) 264hp(197kW) @6950 222lb-ft(301Nm) @5100
    3.6L V6 VVT DI LLT 94.0 x 85.6 DOHC 11.3:1 Acadia, Enclave, Traverse [dual exhaust] 288hp(215kW) @6300 270lb-ft(366Nm) @3400
    Traverse [single exhaust] 281hp(210kW) @6300 266lb-ft(361Nm) @3400
    3.6L V6 VVT DI LFX 94.0 x 85.6 DOHC 11.5:1 SRX 308hp(230kW) @6800 265lb-ft(359Nm) @2400
    • All engines feature a cast aluminum block
    • The engines are assembled at the following locations:
      • St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada
      • Ramos Arizpe, Mexico
      • Melbourne, Australia
      • Flint, Michigan
      • Suzuki, Japan


    • pocket-rocket
      #5
      pocket-rocket commented
      Editing a comment
      Originally posted by hok666
      so does the 2.8L DOHC share any similarities with the 3.4L DOHC?
      Highly doubtful. I bet GM just wants to forget the LQ1.

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    • robertisaar
      #6
      robertisaar commented
      Editing a comment
      they're both GM 60V6 DOHC designs.....

      and that's about it.

    • johnbmaxwell
      #7
      johnbmaxwell commented
      Editing a comment
      Originally posted by TechRod
      I'm wondering if the LFX is going to become the Chevette swap of choice, if not it'll probably boil down to the complexity of the wiring and integrated exhaust manifolds. I guess I'll find out in a couple of years when the owners of these new Camaros start yanking those V6s and swapping V8s in.
      The integrated exhaust manifolds is a no-go for me. I would prefer the LLT. Have several Chevettes and ready for a swap. The thing I'm trying to sort out is the difference between the FWD and RWD versions of the LLT; the FWD being more available. Anybody know?
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