Chevrolet Performance Vehicles Parts Catalog Now Available Free

Chevrolet Performance announced its 2012 catalog of high-performance parts and accessories for Chevrolet cars and trucks, as well as crate engines and engine parts.  This 356 catalog can be obtained free!

Featuring the new COPO Camaro concept vehicle on the cover, the catalog contains more than 300 pages of parts for Corvette, Camaro, Cruze, Silverado and other vehicles powered by GM’s LS, small-block and big-block engines – and almost every accessory and part is available for purchase online at gmperformanceparts.com. The catalog also includes a list of the authorized Performance dealers that specialize in high-performance parts sales.

The new Chevrolet Performance Catalog is available three ways:

â–  It can be downloaded for free at http://www.gmperformanceparts.com/Parts/catalog.jsp

â–  It is available at Chevrolet Performance dealerships

â–  It can be sent directly to the home through a special promotion with RacingJunk.com.

Through the end of January 2012, U.S. enthusiasts who register through RacingJunk.com can receive the catalog for only $5, with free shipping (Canadian residents pay shipping) – as well as a special offer on Chevrolet Performance’s new Connect and Cruise Crate Powertrain Systems.

The industry-first Connect and Cruise Crate Powertrain Systems highlight the 2012 catalog. They are factory-engineered engine-and-transmission combinations, matched with all the electronic control modules, wiring harnesses and other key components. The first two from Chevrolet Performance include a 556-hp supercharged LSA engine/4L85-E transmission combo (part number CPSLSA4L85E) and the Corvette-based 430-hp LS3, which is matched with a 4L65-E automatic transmission (part number CPSLS34L65E). The specially calibrated controllers for the respective kits are designed for retrofit installations in older vehicles, for easier and quicker installation and operation without the need for third-party tuning.

Chevrolet Performance engineers matched the engines with their respective transmission, ensuring each was up to the task of channeling high horsepower with exceptional durability. The engine controller is specially calibrated to run the engine without some of the production-vehicle features that aren’t required in an older vehicle. That means no “theft” codes, no System OBD2 codes and, therefore, no need for third-party tuning. And the systems’ unique SuperMatic transmission controller is designed to work with the engine controller for a seamless, “plug and play” installation that is quick, easy and intuitive.

More details about the Connect and Cruise Crate Powertrain Systems are available in the catalog and at gmperformanceparts.com.

Additional highlights of new crate engines and parts found in the catalog include:

â– LSX454R drag racing crate engine, which is now in production and available for ordering
â– New E-ROD 5.3L engine, which now carries CARB EO number D-126-31
â– LS376/525 crate engine – a new factory-engineered combination that matches the ASA camshaft with the LS3 V-8 for powerful street/strip engine
â– New LSA and 5.3L controller kits, which are specially designed for installation in older vehicles
ZL1 fuel pump kit – a high-flow system for higher-performance Camaros, straight from the new Camaro ZL1 production model.

Along with descriptions and part numbers for all the engines, parts and accessories, the Chevrolet Performance catalog offers valuable information on selecting matching components for the best-performing combination, as well as detailed specifications on most components – including charts outlining cylinder head specs and camshaft specs. There’s also a special section for LS engine builders that provides an overview of the LS engine family and parts interchangeability.

 

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  1. Was checking on ebay for 3800 performance parts but am not sure about them there. Are there better sources for parts reasonably priced?

  2. My uncle has a Corvette that he’s been wanting to upgrade for some time now. I’m sure he’d love to go through a performance parts catalog when he gets a little free time. Hopefully he’ll be able to pick out the parts he wants and get them put in without much trouble!

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