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AFM Delete Kit, 2004 & Up GEN IV 6.0L LS Engines
AFM Delete Kit, 2004 & Up GEN IV 6.0L LS Engines

AFM Delete Kit, 2004 & Up GEN IV 6.0L LS Engines

L76 Chevy LS V8, LY6 Chevy LS V8

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AFM Delete Kit, 2004 & Up GEN IV 6.0L LS Engines
AFM Delete Kit, 2004 & Up GEN IV 6.0L LS Engines
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The difference between an LS Truck or SUV engine and a fire breathing Corvette is a lot less than you think! Upgrading the camshaft on the GM LS engine is one of the most cost effective ways to add power, as most other engine components are similar between the different performance levels of LS engines.

It’s likely your Generation III/IV 6.0 came from the factory with a Active Fuel Management or Displacement on Demand (AFM, DOD, etc.) system, which disables the cylinders when not under load or the vehicle is coasting to meet strict EPA emission requirements.

Specific cams are built for these economy AFM engines that significantly reduce power. Replacement aftermarket and performance OE cams are not compatible with these shut down lifters. This all-in-one AFM Delete Kit from Speedway Motors compiles OEM GM and trusted aftermarket suppliers to retrofit your AFM LS engine to full 8 cylinder operation by replacing the lifters. Reprograming of the factory ECU will be required to remove AFM, or an aftermarket ECU.

This is the most economical AFM Delete Kit on the market!

As this kit is aimed to decrease emissions by removing the cylinder shut down function, it is not C.A.R.B. compliant and not for sale in California or emission tested vehicles.


Don’t forget to pick up a three bolt cam gear, (355-12586481) as most aftermarket and Non-AFM camshafts are three bolts instead of one.

  • For engines 2006 and up that have two lengths of headbolts
  • Fits 6.0 engines (4.020” max bore headgaskets)
  • Not for sale in California

Kit contains:

  • 16 LS7 style lifters
  • 4 lifter trays
  • 2 Headgaskets
  • Timing cover gasket
  • Front main seal
  • Water pump gaskets
  • Torque to yield head bolts
  • Torque to yield balancer bolt
  • L92 Ls valley cover
  • Valley cover gasket
  • LS timing chain dampener
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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Each kit from Speedway Motors is carefully packaged and delivered right to your door. Below is a list of all the items you should expect to receive when you order this kit. Some of these items may also be available for sale individually if you're here looking for replacement parts.
  • Chevrolet Performance Parts 12589227 Composition Head Gaskets
    Qty x 2
  • Fel-Pro TCS45993 Chevy LS Timing Cover Gaskets
    Qty x 1
  • TTY Headbolts, 04 & Up LS Engines
    Qty x 1
  • Chevrolet Performance Parts 12557840 Harmonic Balancer Bolts
    Qty x 1
  • LS7 Roller Lifters, Set/8
    Qty x 2
  • LS7 Lifter Tray
    Qty x 4
  • Chevrolet Performance Parts 12598832 LS2/3/7 Engine Valley Covers
    Qty x 1
  • Chevrolet Performance Parts 12588670 Timing Chain Dampeners
    Qty x 1

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  • What happens when you advance or retard a camshaft? In this tech article, we explain the pros and cons of installing your cam straight up, advancing or retarding.
  • Learn the basics to engine performance like; how does a cam work? What is Valve lift, duration, lobe separation angle, and cam profiles? Afterwords selecting the right camshaft will be less of a guessing game!
  • One of the most important parts of your racing operation is the engine. This article gives a detailed overview on how to maintain your engine to get the most out of it for as long as possible. Also learn some tips to prolong the life of your engine.
  • Tim M. has tried to stay true to the vintage route, but sometimes, exceptions must be made. For example, the original oiling system's paper element and canister are functional, but an upgraded system will be more reliable.

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