yes there is.
A faulty sensor in the engine block.
In the 1970 Chevrolet Impala, the 250 L6, the 350 V8, the 400 V8 (small block) and the 454 V8 (big block).
You can't... There's not enough steel in the cylinders to bore it that far. If you want a 454, you need to by a big block 454 Chevy engine.
Many. 348 would be a small block, whereas the 454 is a big block.
just shipped a '99 454 bare block 208 lbs on the scale. Block and main caps only.
No, the Chevy 454 has a long stoke and requires a big block. However, it is possible to build a 454 small block using aftermarket parts. You'll need some high flowing heads to make it work.
yes, as long as the 454 is not a tall deck block.
There is such a thing as a 454 truck engine, also 454 passenger car engine.
A 383 is a .030" over bored 350 small block with a 400 crankshaft. The 454 is a big block.
its Chevy 454 Big Block Engine
NO it will not work.
1983-1987 454 out of a light duty truck
bore and stroke a chevy 400 smallblock.
Small block, and big block use the same flywheel. 400, and 454, are both unique, however, in that they are externaly balanced. 400 will not interchange with any other small, or big block, other then 454. They both use unique harmonic balancers, as well.
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You can get a 454 c.i.d. small block Chevy with a 4.185 in. bore and 4.125 in. stroke on an aftermarket block with a raised cam
set er on and find out lol