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Chevy 350

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This category covers questions about the Chevrolet small-block engine variant 350. The 350 first appeared as a high-performance 295 hp L-48 option for the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro.
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I assume your working on a S.B. Chevy 350 - If so the rotor turns clockwise. turn the engine to TDC on the compression stroke, and wire the cap starting at the tower where the rotor it pointing. 18436572 is the firing order, and the drivers side bank is 1357 from the front, and the passenger side is...
A 97 model would be fuel injected, which has no choke.
700 You could go higher with aftermarket racing parts, but it's not cheap. A good block, good crank, good rods, good heads. It all adds up but you could go over a 1000hp with the right parts.
It's best to contact the cam manufacturer of your choice for a recommendation based on your application.
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The oil pressure would drop dramatically, and the engine would get noisy from the inside, with a noticeable drop in power.
If they are both standard deck height, yes.
Because the person that rebuilt it prolly did not install new components and used the old ones. Or could have a cracked head or block that wasnt found out because the engine was not magnafluxed.
After you've installed all the bolts and tightened them until they touch, start from the center and work torwards the ends criss-crossing side to side. The small bolts are 17 ft./lbs, the corners are 25 ft./lbs. Tighten in three stages.
what is the firing oder for 1984 transam
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I am familiar with block casting in Fords...however I am not sure if the same rules reach to Chevrolet. With Ford, they began using this form of block casting in the late 1950's. They assigned each decade a letter which begins the casting number. 1950 began the coding with letter 'B'. Each...
Yes. The HO engine in the Monte Carlo SS had higher compression, bigger valves, and a different cam.
There is a thin round hard plastic SEAL that goes on the 1 inch fitting that screws into the carburetor. That fitting is were the fuel filter goes. Also make sure you did not cross thread the fitting.
A small flywheel has 153 ring gear teeth, a large flywheel has 168 teeth on the ring gear, small one measures 12 3/4" across and large measures 14" across.
Chevrolet 454 C.I Big Block 1973-79 2 Bolt Main
its about 14.5 to 17.5 miles to the gallon if you take it very easy if you are a lead foot like me it steel gets 13.5 to 17.0 miles to the gallon
When the throttle blades are wide open, the kickdown cable should be ALMOST completely extended.
Assembled iron long block with hypereutectic pistons, pink rods, aluminum heads and intake, no carb, no distributor, no exhaust, no oil: 364 lbs.
The grooved half goes in the block. The ungrooved half goes in the cap. The tang on the bearing has to fit into the block and cap.
You can buy a bell housing that mates anything to anything.
You can buy a bell housing that mates anything to anything.
It,s depending on years and type of engine but they were 160-180 cc as stock mode .
No, The bell housing is different on the 92. You need a 1996 or 1997 4L60E 4x4 transmission.
I assume you mean the electric choke. If it has two wire lugs on it one will go to ground (-) and the other (+) will go to the wire coming from the alternator that turns off the charge/alt indicator lamp in the instrument panel in the dashboard once the engine is running and the alternator is...
no. unless your spinning the motor past 6k rpm. or racing it. a stock oil pump will be just fine. i wouldn't go the route of a HV or HP (high volume/pressure) unless you have a larger oil pan, or a racing engine. stock is perfectly fine
No, the 1992 Chevy 350 (5.7L) V8 is not a Vortec engine.
That usually indicates a lean condition. You could check around the engine for vacuum leaks, fuel delivery issues, or possibly valvetrain problems.
Remove the trans and take it to a transmission repair shop.
Please restate the question by describing the problem you're having. Vortec engines weren't invented yet in 77, and "dress up" has no meaning in this context.
Yes actully it doses but you have to make sure they are metal and you need to weld them to your hood it inceases your horse power by 12.6 i know it sounds crazy but just try and you will see it works! If the person asking this question genuinely wants a serious answer, they should rephrase it so...
If you have spark at all but one plug, the problem is with that plug, wire, cap or rotor.
yes. that is one of several blocks used for the 302.
It's not necessary to run the engine. With #1 at TDC, you can set 1, 2, 5, and 7 intakes, and 1, 3, 4, and 8 exhausts. Rotate engine one revolution (#6 TDC) and set the rest. If it's a hydraulic cam, tighten the rocker nut until there is 0 up and down movement in the pushrod, then tighten an...
\nYou can find the VIN number on the frame at the steering head.
If this is a carbureted engine, it could be a vacuum leak. Or possibly a low float. Or maybe the timing is off. If there haven't been any recent changes to the tuneup, I'd be looking over the vacuum lines and intake gaskets real close.
That's a lot of work, and wouldn't be emissions legal. You'll need to eliminate the computer, which may require a different transmission if you can't buy a stand alone computer for it. Also, the torker 2 isn't a good choice. A dual plane manifold such as the performer would be better.
The alternator is mounted on an adjustment bracket. You can loosen the lower bolt a couple turns then loosen the upper bolt a couple turns and slide the alternator forward to get the old belt off and the new belt on. Hold the alternator back with a big screwdriver or breaker bar to re-tension the...
Slide in under the front of the engine and look at the left bottom side of the timing cover and you will see the sensor. it is bolted in place with 1 10mm bolt.
Pontiac didn't make a 307. If it's an Olds 307, you need an adapter or a BOP transmission.
I did my head gaskets in my driveway myself in two days about 14 hours. 77 gmc k2500 pickup. My manual helped. Too broke for shop rates .... Shade Tree Mechanic. Hope This Helped.
The problem is that putting a v8 in a 1st gen nova requires a special oil pan and pickup. If you can find the right parts, it's easy. If not, you need a chassis guy to change the steering and engine mounting.
You can either pull the engine are the transmission. But 1 are the other has to be removed to change the rear main seal. Your choice.
YES they are different. They will NOT INTERCHANGE.
Look on the carb for a small vacuum source above the throttle body. You would want one that has no vacuum at idle.
My definition of rebuilding a cylinder head would include regrinding or replacing the valves, seats, guides, springs, locks, retainers, and seals. It should also include resurfacing the head gasket mating surface. These tasks require special equipment that is usually available at a quality auto...
ANSWER: Edelbrock cylinder heads utilize the same basic sparkplug specification. However, there are four important details thatyou need to know when selecting the correct plug. 1.) Reach: Thisis the threaded portion of the spark plug that reaches into thethreaded portion of the cylinder heads. a....
You're very limited unless you want to change valve springs and make other changes, and what gives it the "rumble" is what's going to make it not pass emission testing (if they do that in your area and go back that far -- 1986 -- on vehicles they test) and will destroy your gas mileage. Something...
Remove the oil filter and then remove the extra o-ring that's STUCK up in the engine block were the filter seats against. It should ONLY have ONE O-RING and that will set on the top of the oil filter.
You would need a power adder such as a blower, turbo, or nitrous oxide injection. A cam upgrade would likely also be needed, and possibly some head work.
Answer . Try replacing the fuel filter. if you have 50,000+ miles on the car, and your fuel filter hasn't been replaced, that could cause your car to sputter, backfire, and race while it's idleing. your sending unit in the gas tank could also be going bad, but i'd try replacing the fuel filter...
I've never heard of a 388 big block, but I'll say that in general, it's usually pretty easy to install a big block in place of a small block. Requires a bigger cooling system, and different exhaust, but very do-able. Headers are available for this swap.
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ok you take the driver side closes to the front #1 fireing plug out and the valve cover off roll the engine until you see the intake valve open up what you will see is the second spring from the front of the engine be pushed down keep turning until you see it come back up ok now look at the timing...
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Answer low or no trans flud. bad torque converter causing the trans to slip check the kick down cable,also known as the detent cable.. that will also change the shift patterns to eather shift too soon or too late...
Usually next to/above the oil filter, although I have seen them screwed into the main oil galley that runs down the bottom drivers side of the block in the front just above where the oil pan and block come together -- sometimes they are screwed into an angled fitting that points the sending unit...
When it is disconnected it puts the electronic timing control module in limp mode,and then you can set the timing with a timing light.
Couldn't find that number at Mortec, but 3951509 is a 400. hth
The lifter's are all the SAME. the push rods are what is DIFFEERENT. Some are longer the the others. They MUST be put in the right place are you will bend a valve as soon as the engine turns over.
Under the hood, on the passenger side, just next to the firewall is a silver can-looking thing that has AC lines running in and out. The can, called a 'receiver/dryer' may, or may not, be wrapped in black foam. The AC line coming out of the receiver/dryer has the low pressure side port, that's...
write down the casting number under the valve cover and compare it to the list of chevy head castings at mortec.com
14093627 is listed on Mortec as an 87-94 305 block.
That requires some one that has an OBD2 engine scanner and KNOWS how to use it. The timing is electronic controlled. You can set the base timing by ear.
Looking at the front of the engine. You will see it screwed into the intake manifold just to the left of the thermostat housing. that would be were the top radiator hose clamps to.
First these are lifter that self adjusting ( hydraulic ). They are if necessary adjusted with the nut that holds the Rocker Arms to the head casting,located in the middle of the pressed rocker arm. Now this can get messy unless you have deflectors that can keep the oil under control,But if you...
Not much info at mortec. It is a 350, made from 80-85. Can be either 2 or 4 bolt mains.
If any of the bolt is left sticking out of the camshaft use a small pair of vice grips, if not, use a small hammer and pin punch to tap the bolt counterclockwise to get it moving and hopefully loose enough to remove with your fingers, if you end up resorting to drilling the bolt out make sure...
I've never seen this happen before, but the distributor drives the oil pump via a shaft between the two, and it needs to have a little end play and shouldn't be bound up, anything that can take away that end play such as head milling, block decking, etc. could cause it to bind, if it is running with...
It's the forward-most spark plug on the driver's side (US).
Be sure the O-ring gasket around the spider housing is new, oncorrectly and lubricated with oil. Also lubricate the opening inthe upper intake where the spider is inserted. It should fitfirmly.
Swap books are available for many different vehicles. You could look at online book stores, or check with local auto parts stores. Figuring out how to put an exhaust system in it is usually the toughest part.
From 1955 to 1999 are are the same. 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 drivers side head front to rear is 1-3-5-7 the other head front to rear is 2-4-6-8
There will be detailed instructions in the kit that you can follow. Best to have the trans out on the floor to make it easier, but it can be done in the car. Keep everything as clean as possible and read the instructions carefully.
No, it is a region in ontario. Including north bay bay, sudbury etc
should have any where from 5-6.5 psi but not to exceed 7 psi because if it does the fuel will bypass the needle when it is shut and cause the engine to flood