190 horse 350 tbi was available in the 9c1 caprice.
Need to KNOW the year and what it came in from the factory.
Need to know the year of engine.
165 HP at 3800 RPMS.
The 1989 Chevrolet Caprice became a standard benchmark for police car units in the United States. Its 350 cubic inch V8 engine delivers 190 horsepower.
My 350 crate motor from GM was 210 hp.
What Year Motor?
ADVERTISED HP. from factory. The 350 TRUCK engine has: 165 HP. @ 3800 RPMs.
its a chevy, so its too much for your mom and her
195 Horsepower assuming it is the model with the flat tappet camshaft.
There is no difference. There both the same engines.
The Oldsmobile 350 was produced from 1968 to 1980. The output ranged from 160 to 325 horsepower. The 1980 models included lightweight castings that were manufactured by Pontiac Motor Division.
Depends on motor if it has a stock 350 small block probably about 290-320
230 hp, or 240 hp with the dual-cat option
Depends on the year. They started at about 175 in 1989 and went as high as 350 in 2006.Depends on the year. They started at about 175 in 1989 and went as high as 350 in 2006.
I believe it is 260 horsepower.
if you have a 350 in a 86 firebird you probably have one sweet care quit quessing and take it and get it dyno tested it doesn't cost much and you can tweek the motor till you get the horsepower or preformance out of it you want
Those kinds of remanufactured engines usually have about the same power as the original. A typical 350 with a 4 barrel carb is around 200.
The cost of 5.7 350 fuel injection for horsepower is approximately $200.
The horsepower rating on a 1986 Chevy Suburban with a 350 motor is between 180 and 200. This allowed these sport utility vehicles to perform well when weighing in excess of 5,000 pounds.
The "460" indicated it has an E-series motor rated at 460 horsepower. Some of the horsepower options changed with the 2007 emissions regulations, but traditional Mack options were 460 horsepower, 427 horsepower (these would both have that number on the side) 400/405 horsepower, 380 horsepower, and 350 horsepower. For a while, there was a 500 horsepower V8 motor offered, but it was only available for a couple years before being discontinued. And there was a 485 horsepower motor offered, and I believe it is still available, but cannot say 100% for certain. Most OTR Mack trucks will have the 400, 427, or 460 E7 motor, although there are some OTR tractors which have the 350 - St. Germain Transport out of Quebec operated CH-613 tractors in their fleet which have the E-Tech 350 motor, and 4:11 rear ends.