How fast is a 350 rocket engine?
An engine, by itself, does not have a speed. It is a power unit.
The speed of the vehicle it drives depends on many things such as;
the transmission ratios
the weight of the vehicle
the set up and servicing of the engine
the fuel used
A 350 Oldsmobile engine has a different bolt pattern than the Chevrolet engine. The 350 Olds and 350 Pontiac engines have the same bolt pattern. The 350 Chevrolet and the 350 Buick engines have the same bolt pattern. Unless you have a dual bolt pattern transmission (there are some out there) in that Chevy, the Olds engine won't bolt into the Chevy transmission.
In 1979 Pontiac did not make available any 455 (cubic inch) engine. The largest available was a 400 4bbl in the Pontiac Trans Am (220 net horsepower). Also the "rocket engine" description was only applicable to the Oldsmobile Division. The 455 Rocket Engine (Oldsmobile) was discontinued in 1977 where the largest engine was the 403 cubic inch Rocket Engine V8 rated at 185 net horsepower available on the 98 (a 350 cubic inch was standard)…
There are many turbo 350's with the BOP bolt pattern that would bolt up to an Oldsmobile engine, however a turbo 350 with a Chevy bolt pattern would not fit an Oldsmobile without an adapter. dude this guys on crack that's wat they use to do with the old diesles with the 350 tranny when the diesle went out that's why they put the olds 350 in them cuz they bolt right in hope i…
A model rocket is the entire rocket which goes up into the air. It usually contains: Main Body Nose cone Nozzle Rocket engine Payload (Parachute) The model rocket engine (or rocket motor) is the part of the rocket which contains the propellant. It is generally a cylindrical tube which fits into the main body of te rocket. To understand better, you can compare it with a car. The model rocket is the entire car, complete…