The 6.2 liter Ford street series engine is designed for the customer who wants a stronger more durable engine for their Ford truck. The stock short blocks have weak pistons and rods and are only rated to about 450HP. Adding a blower or other mods easily push this engine past that point. Install one of our 6.2 short blocks and our billet geared oil pumps part number 701108 and no longer worry about when your engine will fail. Get your truck back to work or out on the trails knowing your now ready to handle it. We start with a new Ford 6.2 block. Then we go through all of our standard Street Series machining and assemble procedures. For more information on them click on the Product Information tab above. We them add our pistons, H beam rods and more, making an engine that's now able to withstand up to 600 HP. Plan on making even more power? See our Race Series short block part number LPP750109 or the ultimate engine for these trucks The 6.6 Extreme Raptor Stroker Complete engine part number LPP750129
Note; engine shown with optional coated pistons added at an extra cost
Livernois Motorsports & Engineering has become best-known for revolutionary tuning and high-end performance products for late model Ford, Mopar and GM vehicles. The company is proud of its deep roots in the automotive and motorsports industry dating back to its original founding in 1949. Since then the company has expanded its product line to include tuning and performance components for desert racing, SCCA and drag racing. Livernois Motorsports is proud to engineer, test and manufacture its products in the USA.
Street Series Details & Specifics
Main Bearing Clearances
Main bearing clearance is carefully set on each and every engine. Ensuring proper bearing clearance, along with proper bearing crush are critical for engine performance and durability.
Rod Bearing Clearances
Another critical area of the engine is the rod bearings and setting rod bearing clearance. In order to ensure the correct rod bearing clearance, along with the correct bearing crush, we go through and measure and set every rod bearing clearance, on every engine we do.
Block Deburr & Radiusing
Each engine is carefully hand deburred to ensure that stress risers and sharp edges are removed from the blocks. This is an important step, ensuring that the block will hold up at higher power levels. Some of the deburr work is to remove sharp edges to aid in assembly work, while other deburring is done to remove sharp edges that cause stress risers and potential wek points.
Our pistons are designed exclusively by Livernois and only available through Livernois Motorsports. Each design is developed to match the specific needs and requirements of the engine and application. Where as most companies just use "off the shelf" pistons, Livernois know's that in order to achieve maximum performance and reliability that you can't just settle for off the shelf parts. Taking from over a decade of building winning race engines, alongside the extensive time spent working with OEMs on development, Livernois designs each piston to be a perfect fit for the application. Features like increased ringland thickness, increased skirt thickness, added struts and bracing, revised ringland stack, custom skirt profile, and many other things, all go into making a piston the best piston on the market.
Connecting rods and designs have become the industry standard design for many different engine families. From our H-beam design, to our higher end I-beam offerings, these rods are designed to handle the increased horsepower and torque of a modified performance engine. With standard features like ARP2000 upgraded bolts and precision tolerances of just .0001, these rods are the best available.
Each crankshaft is precision balanced, and treated to a variety of treatments in order to ensure the best possible performance and durability.
Machine & Assembly Work
* All supplied cores must be in good, clean, and usable condition free of damage