The Livernois Stage 2 (Pro Series) product line is built for customers who are looking for products that offer a no compromise approach. The components and services used in these products are in most cases custom designed proprietary parts that are based off of years of development and the latest in racing technology. These proprietary designs and parts are available only through Livernois Motorsports. Each and every product in the Pro Series line has been developed and tested in a rigorous R&D process to produce only the highest quality most durable products on the market. The extensive design time that goes into making a product for the Pro Series line involves a complete and systematic approach to the entire product and its lifecycle. Each part is designed and tested to work together as a system to maximize power and durability. Every aspect of the design, testing and final product machining and assembly are handled in house. This allows for complete control of the entire process start to finish. The latest in technologies are used in the design and testing of these products and components, including FEA (Finite Element Analysis), CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics), as well as some of the latest CNC and CAD technologies available.
About Livernois Motorsports & Engineering
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. For more information visit www.livernoismotorsports.com or call 313.561.5500.
Every Livernois Motorsports engine component is engineered and assembled to work seamlessly as a package solution. All Livernois piston, rod, crankshaft, bearing, and fastener choices are designed to provide exceptional durability and unmatched precision. Livernois produces meticulously crafted, precision engines with custom-designed components built from decades of racing and engineering knowledge.
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.
Livernois Motorsports cylinder heads are built with the automotive enthusiast in mind. Each has the performance, reliability, and power to back it up. All Livernois cylinder heads are designed, engineered, and manufactured in-house at our facility in Dearborn Heights, MI.
100% American Made!
They are designed around our custom engineered CNC porting program. Each and every cylinder head is tested for maximum airflow and efficiency by our highly trained cylinder head technicians. From there they head for further testing on the dyno to verify CFM and airflow numbers and efficiency.
Finished cylinder heads are sent to the CNC department where the heads will be CNC ported and verified. Our development process is what ensures a very high-end product that offers better performance across the spectrum. The combination of increased airflow, Livernois proprietary components, and hardware they are able to achieve the maximum performance that enthusiasts crave.
These cylinder heads are built around Livernois Motorsports years of racing experience and combine all the knowledge of our extensive development background as well. This is how we're able to offer cylinder head packages that are unmatched in their performance.
Included Services and Components
(Livernois Motorsports GM LT1 Cylinder Head Flow Chart)
*Flown On 600 Flow Bench* @28