350 ci (5.7 L) - 4 Barrel 4 Bolt Main, Vortec, Mercruiser / OMC / Volvo, V8, GM, Chevy Remanufactured Long Block Engine
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Does not include the following: Valve covers, timing cover, oil pan, intake manifold, vibration damper, water pump, fuel pump, alternator, starter and all other external accessories.
Remanufacturing is a very exacting process. Engines and component parts are completely disassembled, thoroughly cleaned, and carefully inspected. Engine parts and the assembly process meet stringent criteria and are remanufactured to the strictest OE standards. Components not meeting these stringent criteria are replaced with new. The finished engine is tested using state-of-the-art, computerized equipment. Simple replacement of parts, or rebuilding, your small block chevy engine will not result in the high quality product that remanufacturing produces.
1986 to 1995 - The troublesome leaky valve cover surfaces were changed such that cylinder head mounting lip was raised and the bolt location was moved from 4 bolts on the perimeter, to 4 bolts down the centerline of the valve cover (this design debuted on the Corvette in 1984, and Chevrolet 4.3L the year before). The troublesome rear main seal was changed from a 2-piece rope design to a 1-piece design that used a mounting appliance to hold it in place. This necessitated a change in the flywheel/flexplate bolt pattern as well. Also changed were the mounting angles of the center 2 bolts on each side of the intake manifold (from 90 degrees to 73 degrees) and the lifter bosses were increased in height to accept roller lifters.