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350 Perf. RPM 9.5:1 Engine Polished Incl. Part #s 608919, 71011, 1413, 8820, STD
5.0L 4V Crate Engine
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Get an incredible 350 horsepower from this classic 350. This is the engine for buget-concious racers who demand durability and low maintenance. Based on the popular 350 HO high-performance street crate engine, the 350 Circle Track includes a four-bolt-main block and Vortec-style iron cylinder heads. The Vortec heads and unique dual-pattern camshaft help deliver more than 300 lb.-ft. of torque at 2,000 rpm and hold it above that mark through 5,500 rpm-it peaks at 390 lb-ft. at 3,800 rpm. The CT350 is equipped with an 8-quart circle track racing oil pan, balancer, HEI distributor and an aluminum high-rise, dual-plane intake manifold. You're left to do the customization with your own carburetor, starter, spark plugs, wires and water pump.
This 350 bare block is a cast iron, 4-bolt block. Bored at 4.00, this is a versatile block that can be used in 302, 327, or 350 sized engines. This block is machined for flat tappets only, and is used in GM Goodwrench 350 engines from 1973 to 1985.
If you're looking for big-block power from a small block engine, the Chevy ZZ383 is what you need. The ZZ383 mixes Fast Burn aluminum performance heads with a 383 stroker small-block that can produce up to 425 horsepower and 449 lb.-ft. of torque. With the ZZ383/425, you get the power of a big-block with the size and weight of an aluminum-headed small-block.
The 454 HO offers musclecar power at an economy price. This 454 features a brand new-that's right, brand new-Gen VI four-bolt big-block. It is outfitted with a forged piston, a forged steel crank, and forged connecting rods. It features a roller camshaft with .510/.540 lift , while cast iron cylinder heads deliver a fuel-saving 8.75:1 compression ratio. Horsepower comes in at 425 with 500 lb.-ft. of big-block torque. This engine is shipped to you complete with intake manifold, water pump, balancer, and 14 automatic transmission flexplate. And you're free to customize with your own carburetor, ignition, and starter to finish the beast.
The ZZ4 350 comes shipped to you with an aluminum dual-plane intake manifold, HEI distributor, cast iron dampener water pump, and flexplate. Simply bolt on a carburetor, starter, fuel pump, and plug wires and you're ready to go.
The 350 HO Base engine includes the same, important, power building elements as the Turn-Key and Deluxe versions above, but it comes without an intake manifold, carburetor or distributor, and has iron Vortec heads.
For the truck that needs the most low-RPM torque, GM has the HT 383 small-block.The engineers at GM stuffed this engine with reliable, torque-producing parts that will give you the hill-flattening power you need for years to come. The HT383 produces 435 lb.-ft. of torque at 4000 rpm, with more than 400 lb.-ft. of torque from 2500 rpm all the way up the 4000 rpm redline. This engine is equipped with heavy-duty rods, a 383 stroker forged steel crankshaft,, and hypereutectic pistons. The block is cast iron with 4-bolt main caps.
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