30 ft lbs. Use the manufactures recommended torque pattern
torque specs 350 Chevy heads65 lbs
They didn't make a Chevy 350 in 1967. This answer is wrong... The 350 came in the 1967 Chevy Camaro SS350. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chevrolet_small-block_engine
Atk engines com or 350 Chevy engines com
There are no torque specs for a 350 Chevy. Follow the valve adjustment instructions in any repair manual for any small block Chevy.
65 ft lbs
Compression ratio on a 1974 Chevy 350 in a Nova was 8.5:1.
the first time tourqe them down to 65 then the second time around tourqe them down to 80 that's what i did on my 350 and i have no problems
Chevy 350 is being manufacturing by General Motors since 1967. It has a V8 engine design with 295 hp L-48 option for the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro. Engineer Ed Cole is the designer of this engine, who later becomes GM president. It is very difficult to discuss all the aspect of 350 engines so better you can go though www.hiperformer.com/chevy350 contain more article about Chevy 350 engine.
I belive it is 4 degrees advanced at 500 rpm
45 ft. LBS.
200-225 horse power and about 325-350 ft-pounds of torque. Power output of a 350 Chevy ranged from a low of 145 to the LT-1, which was 370. If you were trying to find any other specs, please restate the question.
Zero lash then one turn in. (assuming this is a stock Chevy 350)
70 ft ponds and start in middle and go in circlevisit boxwrench.net/specs/chevy_sb.htm
60 ft lbs
1967, for the Camaro SS.
what are the piston footpounds for a chevy 350 If you're asking about the output of the engine, it varies a lot depending on what the engine was built for.