What is the difference in a 305 and a 350?
The 305 & 350 are basically the same engine. The 305 just has a smaller bore(3.736 vs. 4.000), not quite the power or torque, but durability should be almost identical. It is more costy to rebuild a 305 than a 350 due to the popularity of the 350. If power is not an issue then go for the 305 if you can get one cheaper. If you want more power, then a 350 is the way to go.
Subtract 305 from 350 and that will give you the difference (or interval) between the two numbers:- the answer is 45. However, if you mean what is the difference between a Chevy 305 and a Chevy 350, then it is the difference between the engine bore (the cylinder) sizes. The 305 bore is 3.740 inches. And the 350 bore is 4.000 inches, giving the Chevy 350 20HP more then the Chevy 305.
Is there a difference in a 305 motor mount and a 350 motor mount can't seem to get it hooked up whats wrong?
95 GMC Sierra 34 ton with a 350 4 sp Can you replace the 350 with a 1988 305 with or without changing the transmition?
The bore and piston size are the only real difference between the two. The 350 has a bigger bore and piston and so puts out more horsepower, the 305 = 3.75" bore and the 350 = 4" bore. Both have the same stroke. Also the starters are different because of the smaller flywheel but other wise the external parts are interchangeable.
Can you change the motor from the 350 to a 305 in the '95 Silverado without changing the transmission too?
As far as I understand the only difference between a 305 and a 350 is the cylinder bore and piston size so a cam from a 305 should work in a 350 This person is correct in that the measurements of the bore and stroke the only difference is the bore. where they are wrong is that the internal balance weight is different and usually the journal size is different. As for a direct replacement…
Yes, but running a 350 cam with 305 heads is not effective,you need to run 350 heads as well. In order to benefit from a 350 cam you need something to flow that extra fuel and air, so using 350 heads along side of the 350 cam will be the cheapest and best choice. HAVE FUN!! A 350 head can physically bolt onto a 305 block. However, 350 heads can have the valves extend into…