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Answered 2014-08-23 08:59:44

The cost to rebuild a Chevy 305 engine typically runs between $400 and $800 depending on the level of rebuild. This will greatly extend the life of the engine and improve performance.

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If you pay a shop to do the rebuild, probably in the $2400 range. This does not include R&R the engine.

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Since this category is 305-350, I'll have to assume that YOUR engine is one of the two mentioned. The 1990 Chev 305 and 350 did not use a timing belt. They used a timing chain, and unless something really odd happened, you should never need to replace the timing chain until you rebuild the engine.

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You can put it in anything,If you know what you are doing.

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No real problems it is a solid engine.

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