8.3:1 is stock
Front driver side.
The schematic for an 83 Chevy 305 engine can be found in the service manual. It gives the location of each component and how everything is connected.
usually caused by a leaking heater core.
.045 inch , according to my Chilton book
driver side at rear of engine under neath
It's sitting on top of the distributor cap.
Passenger side, front, lower on the motor.
either a 285 or a 350... the odds are that its not a turbo 400
How do you change the heater core on a 1978 Chevy Nova Custom with a 305 v8 engine and where is it located on the car? thanks jj
If the Buick 305 is really a Chevy 305, then the motor mounts will interchange with a Chevy 350.
They made a few versions of it. I would have to know which motor you have.
That would be a 2 bolt
Yes but you might have to change the driveshaft
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There is no information on the internet about what the special feature of the Chevy 305 engine is, in fact, the Chevy 305 and 350 are interchangeable, one is just an older model.
I owned a 78 Monte Carlo with a stock 305 2 BBL carburetor. If I remember correctly, the HP was 145MPH.
How much money do you have? The 305 Chevy is not a good starting point. You would be much better off finding a good 350 and work with that small block. The power is only limited by the amount of money you want to spend.
1, 8, 4, 3, 6 , 5, 7, 2.
Oldsmobile used Chevy 305's. 76 350 rocket 77 305 Chevy
The headers for a 350 and 305 are the same.
307 pistons are 3.875" diameter. 305 pistons are 3.736". It might be possible to bore a 305 large enough to accept the 307 pistons, but the wrist pin location would be .230" off because of the different stroke. In short, no.
Is a 2.8 liter engine a 305?