That's what should be on it.
no they will not
No not even close.
No. Not without switching the cylinder heads. I think it was 89, Chevy came out with the 1st generation Vortec heads, which require a different intake.
Start in the middle and go in a circle
The 1995 350 or 5.7L has a T.B.I. and standard heads. 1996 its a C.P.I. and Vortec heads.
will 1995 Chevrolet 350 intake fit a 1997 vortec heads
No, the 350 Vortec was not available until a couple years later.
A 5.7 is a 350. Vortec is basically the type of head used.
yes they will fit, but you will need an intake manifold compatible with vortec heads if you plan on reusing the carburetor
No. The 350 has bigger valves. While you CAN put the 305 heads on the 350, (I can't imagine why you would actually want to) you can NOT put the 350 heads on the 305. Because of the 305's small bore, the valves on the 350 heads will hit the cylinder block.
how much torque for a Chevy Z71 350 vortec engine valve cover
No it will not, Totaley different.
NO. And it won't work in the place of the 97 350 vortec.
they should but rem vortechs r fuel injected and most 350s rnt.
The cylinder heads are diffrent. Intake from 1998 truck will not bolt up to 1990 heads.
a 350 is a small block those heads will fit on and Chevy SMALL block not a big block
Yes they will with no problems. They are basicly the same heads, Just different CCs.
http://www.customclassictrucks.com/techarticles/0405cct_vortec_cylinder_heads_small_block_chevy/index.html This will answer all your questions. Yes it can be done. There's a bit more to it than just torquing on a new set of heads, but if you can replace heads, you can more than handle the rest of it. Should flow much better than the stock TBI heads. Vortec heads flow far better!
NO.. It won't even bolt up.
Yes They will bolt right on with out changing anything