What is the stock horsepower for a 350 Chevy engine?
Stock horsepower on a 350 varies from 145-370.
The 1972 Chevy 350 has about 270 horsepower stock. This engine can be modified to put out up to about 800 horsepower.
it has 43 horsepower stock
Chevy says about 210hp.
Chevy didn't make a 350 engine in 2001
A stock 1990 Chevy silverado with a 350 cubic inch, 5.7 liter V8 engine produces 210 horsepower.
an average 350 Chevy has between 160 and 180 horsepower
Around 260 horsepower stock. It should be noted that there were many different versions of the 350 Chevy ranging from the mid-70's 145 hp model to the LT-1, which had 370 hp.
The 1987 Camaro Z 28 350 cubic inch engine stock horsepower is 280. The 1987 Camaro Z 28 350 cubic inch engine was the largest engine offered for that model year.
The base horsepower on the Chevy 350 cubic inch engine is about 350. It is variable in its variable in its different incarnations.
It has 255 horsepower bone stock
165 hp stock 2bbl carb A lot of the pickups had a 4 barrel, which added 20.
A stock 350 CID Chevy will put out anywhere from 150 hp to about 300 hp, depending on when it was made. Or if it is fuel injected the power ratings may be higher.
Usually you can find out the information about the engine from the Chevrolet website, or some other website. Since Chevy no longer puts 350's in their trucks I am not sure if there would be information on their website. I do believe that the stock horsepower on that particular motor is 255.
250 to 350 hp depending on what model
its a chevy, so its too much for your mom and her
about 300 to 350 horsepower
advertised horsepower is...........165HP @ 3800 RPMs.
I don't know the torque but the stock horsepower is listed at 160. sucks i know..
not enough for you to notice.
The 350 cubic inch (5.7 liter) pickup engine was factory-rated at 200 horsepower in 1994.
The Factory5.7(350) V8 Vortec was rated at 255 net hp @4600rpm and 330 net torque @2800rpm
I have a 1994 Chevy pick up short bed. and i have about 240 stock. i have put a cold air intake on it which is an extra 30 horsepower. I also put headers on which imporved it aswell. I have flowmaster exhaust and i have about 310 horsepower.
255 HP from the factory.
Depends on the application...Different engine components yield different outputs.
That depends on the year it was made and how much you're willing to pay for it. Generally, the horsepower from a Chevy 350 can range from 250hp to 450hp.
The 1970 engine had higher compression, but the big difference is in the way horsepower was calculated. In actuality, the 1970 was only a little more powerful than the 1977.
It has 210 H.P.
around 250 depending on how many miles it has
probably a 350 small block
ADVERTISED HP. from factory. The 350 TRUCK engine has: 165 HP. @ 3800 RPMs.
depends on the application. and the year. the 350 has made from 150-350 horses stock depending on the emissions, and application. most make 205-225 horses factory
In the mid 300 ish Hp
A stock 350 cubic inch engine in a 1994 Chevy 4 x 4 will put out 310 foot pounds of torque. It does this at 2400 rpm.
The 83 Chevy C10 comes with a 305 but not a 350. The 350 is an option on the 3/4 ton but not the 1/2 ton.
Generally it comes out of the factory with specs of 200 hp
That's not a question. It's not even a sentence. You fail.
The 350 is a small block, and averaged between 245, and 300, but, in certain motors exceeded 370.
about 255 to 260 horsepower stock i have a cold air and a throttle body spacer plus magnaflow exhaust and headers and i am making around 300 horse
stright out of the book: Advertised Horsepower is---165 HP @ 3800 RPMs with a 4-barrel carb. Torque is---260 ( ft. Lbs ) @ 2400 RPMs.
Depends on the engine and what you have done to it, stock is about 230 Hp.
Advertised Horsepower is--165 HP @ 3800RPMs.
Advertised horsepower is-- 165 HP @ 3800 RPMs. 4-barrel carb.
ADVERTISED HORSEPOWER AND TORQUE: 165 HP @ 3800 RPMs. 275 FT. LBS @ 1600 RPMs. That's in 49 states.
Between 190 and 290 depending upon compression and/or head configuration and cam size. There are many factors that determine hp. Stock w/q-jet is about 190 hp.
If its a 350 engine with a 4 barrel it will be 255hp at 5600 RPMs
they can have up to 300 or so, as being stock. but if rebuilt they can have up to 1500. if built right and the right stuff on it
best guess would be 25 horsepower.more with timing advance.maybe 35.
Wikipedia says 210 hp and 300 lb-ft.
The 1987 Iroc-Z with the engine code L98 (350 with Tuned Port Injection) was rated at 225hp.