LS Brackets and LS Accessory Drive Systems

LSX Concepts LS engine swap accessory drive brackets are designed for your LS engine swap into classic muscle cars, trucks, and pro-touring g-machines. Water-jet profiled and precision CNC machined from 6061-T6 aluminum.

LS engine belt spacing guide

LS brackets are available in 3 different belt to block offsets. The 3 belt offsets are based on the distance from the 6 rib serpentine belt pulley to the front of the block. The names of the offset distances are commonly come from which major vehicles groups the engines are originally coming from for your LS engine swap project.

‘Corvette’ spacing, is the shortest of the 3 LS belt offsets and is also the same spacing used for the ZL1 / LSA supercharged engines. Corvette is one of the most common belt spacing’s used for LS accessory drive systems. The next largest belt to block spacing is commonly referred to as ‘F-Body/GTO’. The longest of the 3 LS belt offsets is ‘Camaro ’10+/Truck’ spacing.

If you are starting from scratch and your engine does not have a balancer/crank pulley, we highly recommend using the Corvette spacing in your LS engine swap as it keeps the accessory drive components closest to the block and away from the radiator. If you purchased a GM Performance crate engine, it will come with Corvette spacing

LSA/ZL1 (Corvette) Spacing

GM Gen III and Gen IV LS conversion swap brackets that are designed to fit 1997-2013 Corvette, 2004-2014 Cadillac CST-V, 2008-2009 Pontiac G8 balancer spacing.

Corvette Spacing

GM Gen III and Gen IV LS conversion swap brackets that are designed to fit 1997-2013 Corvette, 2004-2014 Cadillac CST-V, 2008-2009 Pontiac G8 balancer spacing.

F-Body / GTO Spacing

 GM Gen III and Gen IV LS conversion swap brackets that are designed to fit 1998-02 Camaro and  2004-2006 GTO balancer spacing.

Camaro 10+ / Truck Spacing

GM Gen III and Gen IV LS conversion swap brackets that are designed to fit 2010+ Camaro and  Truck balancer spacing.