Front, right side of engine block
Anything will fit with enough modification
The 1965 Chevrolet Corvette came standard with a big block engine. The motor was 396 cubic inches and was able to produce over 425 horsepower. The big block helped pave the way for future American muscle cars.
A chevvy big block engine is a powerful, high performance engine that is installed in large trucks. Example of trucks that have chevvy big block engines include the Chevrolet Corvette and the Chevrolet Nova.
Yes, the block will fit.
Right above the oil filter , in the engine block.
It is at the back of your intake manifold screwed into the engine block.
Chevy small block V8 engine numbers can be found on a flat surface area on the front passenger side of the engine block just below the passenger side cylinder head.
Which "Corvette engine?" I can only speak to the common small- and big block engines used prior to the modern fuel-injection era. But the only thing that made one of those common variants a "Corvette" engine is the numbers stamped on the pad at the front of the block. Sooooooo, if your 1979 Blazer is already equipped with a V8 engine you can just pretend it's a "Corvette engine," save yourself some cash and be happy. If you're asking whether one of the more modern (LT1, etc) engines will fit, well, there are many sites on the Web with information on various engine swaps.
on front top deck of block, left side, by base of cyl head.
yes 1969 427 big block all aluminum verry rare
on the lower rh side of the engine block (pass side) their should be a support bracket from the block to the upper case stud of the starter field housing
those are block casting numbers That block was used from 1969-1979. it was used in corvettes,camaro,trucks,nova,etc. the pad on the engine block(front edge,right head) will tell you production date ,engine size etc.
The casting block number indicates that it could have come from a number of vehicles that have a GM 350 small block from 1985 to 1997. Suburban,corvette, camaro, ect. The same block is also used on several marine applications
yes there is.
Driver side rear between firewall and engine block. It is bolted in with one of the engine and trans bolt. You will have to remove the wiper motor to get to it.
You do not indicate what year your Corvette is, however most engine numbers on GM products are located on the top edge of the engine block on a little ledge in front of the passenger side engine head. The answer to your question is YES you DO have to remove something on the newer models, but on most pre-1984 models it can easily be seen with a flashlight and a cleaning rag.
I do not own a '96, but as on all small-block Chvy motors, I believe, it is located on the left rear side of the engine block. The filter is relativly short, and is between the engine block and the exhaust pipe coming off of the left side exhaust manifold.
it has 1, in the block.
I've seen a 572 fit into one with no modification to the existing fenders or hood 502 Big Block
327/275 and 300hp, 8 degrees btdc.
wet ignition need to know the year but if the distributor is the opti spark syst a cup of water will cripple this system
It is screwed into the water jacket on the side of the engine block just in front of the starter. It is HARD to see. It will have an electrical connector plugged into it.