Those numbers haven't been released yet.
YES, They sure are and will interchange with NO problems. Direct bolt in.
Factory rating is 200 horsepower.
A stock 1990 Chevy silverado with a 350 cubic inch, 5.7 liter V8 engine produces 210 horsepower.
Around 350hp it's the basic 5.7l which usually means 350 hp
they can have up to 300 or so, as being stock. but if rebuilt they can have up to 1500. if built right and the right stuff on it
I believe it is 260 horsepower.
The cost of 5.7 350 fuel injection for horsepower is approximately $200.
160 hp @ 4400 rpm
it has 43 horsepower stock
350 horsepower and 650 pound feet of torque.
If it is the 5.7L 350 V8, then it has 175 Horsepower
I own a 93 Chevy Silverado K1500 4x4 with V8 350 TBI 5.7L. so unless Chevy has changed their blocks, i would suggest that naturally your block is a SB 350. However, since your question was about horsepower, not which block you have, I will tell you the horsepower. The 1998 Vortec 5.7 liter makes 255 horsepower.
245 horsepower and 345 foot pounds
My stock 350 is 14city 19 highway.
250 to 350 hp depending on what model
The Banshee 350's horsepower is 40.5.
about 225 horse power depending on what has been done to the car stock cars have up to 800 hp same 350 cubic inch motor