LAS VEGAS – As General Motors Corp. gears up its new Performance Div. to connect with enthusiast buyers, sources here for the annual Specialty Equipment Marketers Assn. (SEMA) show say larger-displacement engines are the cornerstone of the division’s initial development strategy. In order to bring its first offerings quickly to market, the GM Performance Div.’s first products will replace a vehicle’s standard engine with a larger-displacement powerplant, says Jim Minneker, engineering ...

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