You will probably aprox. need an additional 1,200 to 1,500 dollars to complete this motor. RICK
How about,radiator,temp,oil and amp sensors,valve covers,hoses,fan and shroud. Now were both still missing something? RICKBalancer, intake, carb,dizzy, plugs,wires,headers or manifolds,waterpump,pulleys,alternator,brackets,belts,dipstick,flexplate or flywheel,motor mounts,starter,hardware for all previously listed. Pan should be fine ,filter location is fine. I'm sure I missed something.
Oil pan, pump and no filter relocate is needed. nothing about that engine will be a issue. Change to V8 motor mounts and be happy!http://www.jegs.com/i/Chevrolet-Performance/809/10067353/10002/-1?parentProductId=
not a bad budget base. what all would i need to get that going, and into my nova?
different oil pan, pump and filter relocated? what else am i missing? heavier coil springs too of course.
I agree^ ^^^^^^^This is a couple hundred more but a much better engine. Slap a vortec intake on it and stab a better roller cam in it and make some nice reliable power. :yes:
4 bolt block and factory roller cam.
haha i meant like… for an electric fuel pump/ radiator fan or EFI stuff.
Not verified HP, and a junk warranty, you have been warned! Stay away!A buddy recently bought a 325hp 350 crate motor, complete minus carb, from O'Reillys for around $1900. 12/12000 warranty.
:yes::yes::yes::yes::yes::yes::yes:GM crate motors is the only way to go :yes: i would never buy a crate motor from anyone other then GM