How to Identify 305 & 350 Engines?

Answer Chevrolet 305 and 350 cubic-inch engines are virtually identical, differing only in cylinder bore size. To identify any Chevrolet small-block V-8 engine, the engine ID number must be matched to a l... Read More »

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How to Identify V8 Engines?

Modern V8 engines were first manufactured in the 1950s and 1960s. The first one was referred to as the Wedge V8 which only had 150 horsepower. Today's V8's put out 500 horsepower.(Ford introduced a... Read More »

How to Identify Older V-8 Engines?

Identifying older V-8 engines relies on locating and decoding either the casting number or engine ID numbers, depending on the engine manufacturer. The three major U.S. automakers, GM, Ford and Chr... Read More »

How to Identify Chevy 350 Engines?

If you have a Chevrolet car or truck made between 1967 and 1997, there's a good chance it has a 350-cubic-inch engine. The Chevrolet 350 small-block engine was offered in many Chevrolet cars and tr... Read More »

What is the difference between marine engines&passenger car engines?

Some boat builders wonder why they cannot just use an automobile engine instead of a marine engine. The short answer is that, while the two are similar, the marine engine is built with much stronge... Read More »