6.0 Liter V8
If you are looking for the same power that is in the Chevy Silverado, and the GM Seirra. This 300 horsepower to 345 horsepower and 360 lbf should be enough to give your jeep the extra power that you are looking for.
The Vortec 6000 is a V8 truck engine. Displacement is 5.97 L (364 cu in) from 101.6 mm (4.00″) bore and 92 mm (3.622″) stroke. It is an iron/aluminum (1999 & 2000 model year engines had cast iron heads) design and produces 300 horsepower (220 kW) to 345 horsepower (257 kW) and 360 lbf·ft (490 N·m) to 380 lbf·ft (520 N·m).
If you are looking for low end power and torque this is the engine for you because this engine is based on the LS3 engine but has a taller intake. All 6.2 truck engines are aluminum. This engine is the one you want for your rock crawler or pulling trailers
The LY6 is a Generation IV small block V8 truck engine with a cast iron block. It shares the same bore and stroke as its LQ4 predecessor. Like other Gen IV engines, it features variable valve timing. It generated 361 horsepower at 5,600 rpm and 385 lb-ft of torque at 4,400 rpm using “regular” gas, or ~87 octane. Redline is 6,000 rpm and compression ratio is 9.6:1. This engine uses L92 / LS3 style rectangle port cylinder heads, though without the sodium filled exhaust valves of the LS3. Is flex fuel compatible
This engine is used in these vehicles 2010–present Chevrolet Silverado HD, 2010–present GMC Sierra HD, 2016–present Chevrolet Suburban 3500, and the 2010–present Chevrolet Express/GMC Savana
If you are looking for 525 Horsepower in your Jeep. Look no further this LS3 engine is enough power to keep up with any sport car on the street right now.
The LS3 was introduced as the Corvette’s new base engine for the 2008 model year. It produces 430 bhp (321 kW; 436 PS) at 5900 rpm and 424 lb·ft (575 N·m) at 4600 rpm without the optional Corvette exhaust and is SAE certified. The block is an updated version of the LS2 casting featuring a larger bore of 4.06 in (103 mm) creating a displacement of 6,162 cc (6.162 L; 376.0 cu in). It also features higher flowing cylinder heads sourced from the L92, a more aggressive camshaft with 0.551-inch (14.0 mm) lift, a 10.7:1 compression ratio, a revised valvetrain with 6 mm (0.24 in) offset intake rocker arms, a high-flow intake manifold and 47 lb/hr fuel injectors from the LS7 engine.
The L76/L92/LS3 cylinder heads use 2.165 in (55.0 mm) intake valves, and 1.59 in (40 mm) exhaust valves. Improved manufacturing efficiency makes these heads cheaper than the outgoing LS6 heads, and severely undercuts aftermarket heads. The large valves, however, limit maximum rpm – 6000 in the L76 (with AFM), and 6600 in the LS3 (with hollow stem valve
This engine is in 2008–2013 Chevrolet Corvette, 2010–2015 Chevrolet Camaro SS (manual only), 2009 Pontiac G8 GXP, 2009–2013 Vauxhall VXR8, 2008–2013 HSV GTS,2008–2015 HSV Maloo R8 and Senator Signature,2008–2016 HSV Clubsport R8, 2014–2017 Chevrolet SS