How to Set Points on a Small Block Chevy?

Answer The older ignition point distributors for Chevy have survived until today. Many of the old classic and muscle cars used the mechanical ignition points, which still have to be set according to manuf... Read More »

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Do you need to do block work to install a 400 crankshaft into a 350 small-block Chevy?

The crankshaft will need to be machined. You can take the crankshaft to a machine shop to have the journals turned down. You will then be able to build what is commonly referred to as a "Stroker mo... Read More »

How to Replace a Big Block Chevy With a Small Block Chevy?

Replacing a big block Chevy engine with a small block Chevy engine requires only minor changes. There is less difficulty with clearance when downsizing. The major consideration is the exhaust. The ... Read More »

About 350 Chevy Small-Block?

From the day it was introduced in 1967, Chevrolet's legendary 350 small-block engine jumped to fame as a powerful and efficient V8 that took well to aftermarket modifications. Although newer deriv... Read More »

How to Hot-Rod a 305 Chevy Small Block?

Chevrolet's popular 305 cubic- inch engine, used throughout the 1970's and 1980's in practically every large sedan, sports car, and pickup truck that Chevrolet built, may be the smaller sibling to ... Read More »