160 horsepower - 2 barrel carburetor 180 horsepower - 4 barrel carburetor
I believe about 170 horsepower
I think it s about 230, I know my 1970 has 250 and it s a 350-2 barl.
Low compression, 2bbl carb = 230 hp High compression, 4bbl carb = 290 hp 1964 442 330 engine = 310 hp
Certainly, this big-inch 1960s V8 engine was fairly thirsty by today's standards, but there weren't a lot of downsides it that I can recall. The 425 Olds was a fairly high compression engine which required premium fuel, and so it might not perform too well on today's unleaded pump gasoline. The horsepower reported in the 1960s up to 1971 was in the so-called "SAE Gross" rating, so it would be difficult to compare this engine with later models which use "SAE Net" rating. A general rule of thumb is that net horsepower is about 75-80 percent of gross horsepower. In case you don't know, the chief difference between this engine and the more common 455 Oldsmobile was the crankshaft. The 425 Olds had a stroke of 3.975 inches, while the later 455 had a stroke of 4.25 inches.
380 Factory Horsepower
My Chilton book shows VIN ( Y and 9 engine codes ) - 8th " character " of VIN The 307 - 4 barrel carb - V8 engine is rated at 148 net horsepower at 3800 RPM and 250 ft/lbs of torque at 2400 RPM
James Olds died in 1976.
Horsepower TV - 2006 Building an Olds 455 was released on: USA: April 2009
what year and type of olds engine??
Horsepower TV - 2006 Olds 455 Dyno Results was released on: USA: May 2009
It's rated at 180 hp at 4600 rpm.
Horsepower rating is 370 brake horsepower @5200 rpm. Since the regular 442 in 1970 had 365 hp @ 5000 rpm, it is believed the W30 was underated at 370 and is more like 420 bhp. Torque rating for the W30 is 500 lb ft @ 3600 and the non W30 is 500 lb ft @ 3200.
The bhp of the 455 olds in 1973 was 225 in delta wagons, delta 88, and olds 98-bhp for toronado was 250 and this engine was optional in cutlass-compression ratio was 8 to 1 with deep dish pistons. It has a 4.13" bore and a 4.25" stroke standard
The the 1969 OLDS 98 had 365HP
Chiltons manual says 170 horsepower and 275 ft.-lbs. of torque.
AnswerALL are 4(barrel carbs) NO 2 BARRELS. horsepower ratings between 140 and 180.VIN Y 140 NON ROLLER Any olds except 442VIN 9 180 WITH ROLLER CAM ONLY85-87 OLDS 442
My 1976 Olds Delta 88 4 door with a 455 weighs 4400lb. A 2 door with a 455 should be around 4100lb.
225 / 250 / 270 / 300 horsepower ( 4 versions of the Oldsmobile 455 - 4 barrel carburetor - listed in 1972 )
Is it an Olds engine? Olds never made a 305. Olds did produce a 307. However, once the Olds V8 went out of production, Chevy 305's were used instead of the Olds 307. If it's the Chevy engine, it will bolt right in with no modifications. If it's the Olds engine, you CAN put it in a Camaro, but you'll need an adapter plate for the bellhousing. Chances are the exhaust manifolds won't line up with the existing exhaust either, not to mention a bunch of other little tweaks that you will need to do to get the Olds engine in the Camaro, but yes, it's absolutely doable.
By the rating (Mature), no ten year olds could buy or play GTA IV.
If the 1994 Oldsmobile with the 3.4 liter engine is the Olds Cutlass Supreme, the horsepower is 210. This car gets 19 miles per gallon in the city and 29 mpg on the highway.
If everything else is normal, one way to reduce the engine operating temperature is by changing the stock thermostat to one with a lower temperature rating. This temperature rating is the temperature needed for the thermostat to open which allows the coolant to circulate around the engine.
Emmissions problem. HAVE THE ENGINE CHECKED!