The 1979 454 CI engine from Chevrolet features 245 horsepower as well as 4000 rpms. This figure only covers the V8 version of this engine.
Advertised Horsepower is: 230 HP @ 3800 RPMs.
The stock Chevrolet 454 was originally rated at about 250 horsepower. This varies greatly depending on the model and year of the motor.
not very much because of emission regulations. maybe 250.
approx. 290 hp and 401ft lbs of torque
230-235 stock hp
A stock 454 7.4L is around 330HP, but you can have one ramped up with performance parts to be as high as 750HP.
A 1995 454 engine normally found in Chevy Suburban's produced exactly 230 horsepower and 385ft-lbs torque in stock form.
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the 1970 Chevelle had 500 hp stock and 500 pounds of torque. The 1972 chevelle 454 was SAE rated @ 270 horsepower
The 1978 Chevy 454 has a 240 horsepower and 360 foot-lbs. of torque. Many enthusiasts have built 454's that produce power outputs approaching 600 horsepower or more.
In some 454's 330hp, in other 454's with bigger heads 390hp
70 nova's never had a 454 in them and the horsepower rating would have to be assessed from the year the engine is and if anything has been done to the engine other than being stock.
It has between 285 and 300 Horsepower.
Advertised Horsepower is : 240 HP @ 4000 RPMS The only information I can find is a 1973 454 truck engine. Nothing in 1972
Advertised HorsePower is stright out of A CHILTON manual: And it says that the 1981 454 truck Engine With a 4-barrel has 210 HP. @ 3800 RPMs. The 1985 and 86 year 454 had 230 HP. @ 3800 RPMs. From 1984 down to 1979 454 engines had 210 HP @ 3800 RPMs.
Can't find any information on the 454 ever being installed in a 2500. Do a Google search and see what you find. GM did put a 454 in the 2500. I believe that the horsepower rating is about 290. Unfortunately i don't know about torque. i own a 98 k2500 with a 454,The Vortec 454 stock puts out 290HP 410TQ,
Stock they had 230 hp with 385 ft pounds.
1976 c10s did not come with 454s