Used LF3 Could Be The Perfect Crate Motor For Your Transverse-Engined Project Car

We can hardly wait to get our hands on the incoming Cadillac CT6 sedan, which seems set to replace the slow selling, front-wheel-drive-based XTS. While it’s tough to make a case to keep the soon-to-be-irrelevant Epsilon II-based sedan, we are sure to miss its available twin-turbo 3.6L LF3 V6 in the XTS Vsport model, which is good for a heady 410 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque.

Thankfully, the folks at have realized its potential and now you can buy your own used LF3 engine through them, without having to break the bank on a used XTS. (Yes, you can still find the LF3 in the Cadillac CTS Vsport in longitudinal form, but that’ll cost you even more.)

Introduced in 2013, the transverse 60-degree six-cylinder can easily fit into any Epsilon II-based vehicle, like a ninth or tenth-gen Chevrolet Impala or Buick LaCrosse, and you can likely

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