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GM 60-Degree V6 engine

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The '''LG8''' ("J-code") was a modern version of the 3.1&nbsp;L engine that displaced 191&nbsp;cubic inches (3,136&nbsp;cc)<ref></ref>, produced since model year 2000{{Fact|date=February 2007}}. It still had an iron block and 2-valve pushrod aluminum heads but now had full [[fuel injection|sequential port fuel injection]]. The LG8 also featured a new [[intake manifold]] and numerous changes to improve parts sharing with the offshoot [[GM High Value engine]] family. Emissions were improved with air injection for [[LEV]] status. Power was 170&nbsp;hp-175&nbsp;hp (127&nbsp;kW to 131&nbsp;kW) and torque was 190&nbsp;ft·lbf–195&nbsp;ft·lbf (258&nbsp;N·m to 264&nbsp;N·m). The LG8 was built in [[Ramos Arizpe]], [[Coahuila]], [[Mexico]] and [[Tonawanda, New York]].

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