15 LBS. at idle, and at least 40 LBS. at 3000 RPMS.
Advertised HorsePower is :Factory 4-barrel , 225 HP @ 4600 RPMS. Torque is: 355 FT. LBS @ 3000 RPMS.
maybe your rpms gauge is broken.get it looked at by a professional
it was a bad ignition rotor
major vacuum leak?
It makes: 3000/60 = 50 per second
Advertised horsepower is: 175 HP @ 3600 RPMs.
Chevy stopped using cable driven tachs to read rpms back in the very early sixties.
Chevy 350/3000 rpmsim not a mechanic by formal means but, it could be the throttle linkage is bound up somewhere or the carbuerator needs some adjustment. if this block is EFI,it might mean the computer chip needs re-calibration. Sorry I don't know the fine details of auto mechanics, if all else fails,seek a qualified serviceperson because they got the equipment to figure it out. Good Luck!
You have a vacum leak. A big one. Check all your hoses. Idle should be under 1k rpms
Advertised horsepower is--225HP @ 4600 RPMs. 4 barrel carb. Advertised Torque is--355(ft. lbs) @ 3000 RPMs. 4 barrel carb. Advertised horsepower is 215HP @ 4400 RPMs. 2 Barrel carb. Advertised Torque is 320 Ft. LBS. @ 2400 RPMs. 2 barrel carb. Both engines are 1970 truck engines. NEUTZ.
If your testing this with the vehicle in park it won't go over 3000 rpms because the rev limiter kicks in so you don't do damage to the engine. If you are in drive and you step on it when it's safe to do so, it should go well over 3000 rpms.
How about it shifts into 4 overdrive gears are higher so RPMs come down.
it probably has a govern on it
igniter is possibility
Advertised Horsepower and torque is... HP-----245 @ 4000 RPMs Torque.......355 ft. LBS. @ 3000 RPMs
5,000 RPMS. If the lifters don't float out first.That would be a safe range as far as RPMS. go.
165 HP @ 3800 RPMS
175 Hp @ 3600 RPMs.
No no no, 3000-4000 rpms is the average speed for highway traveling, driving too close to the red mark on your rpm is bad
Advertised horsepower is--- 155 HP @ 4400 RPMs Toqure is--252 FT.Lbs @ 2100 RPMs.
Oil pressure ( minimum amount ) is 6 LBS. at 1000 RPMs. 18 LBS. at 2000 RPMs. 24 LBS. at 4000 RPMs. more pressure is fine too.
3000 rpm means that the engine is doing 3000 revolutions per minute. In a lower gear at the same speed the engine would be doing more revolutions per minute.