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- Blueprint New Block Casting Cruiser Small Block Chevy Crate Engine 350 ci / 341 HP / 371 ft-lbs. TQ
Blueprint Engines New Block Casting 350 ci Cruiser Crate Engine [Fuel Injected]
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EFI Crate Engine
Blueprint 350 ci Fuel Injected Cruiser Crate Engine with 9.0:1 compression ratio can be run on 87 octane pump gas. Its camshaft profile provides up to 18 in. of vacuum and is designed to work with a stock torque converter and stock rear-end gears.
Blueprint 350CTF Features:
- Power Ratings:
- 341 Horsepower (HP)
- 371 ft.-lbs. Torque (TQ)
- 9.0:1 Compression Ratio
- Blueprint Engine Block:
- New Cast Iron Block
- 4-Bolt Mains
- 4.000 in. Bore
- One-Piece Rear Main Seal
- Provision for Mechanical Fuel Pump
- Right (Passenger) Side Dipstick
- Drilled and Tapped for Mechanical Clutch Linkage
- Rotating Assembly:
- Cast Iron Crankshaft w/3.480 in. Stroke
- Forged 5.700 in. Long Connecting Rods
- Hypereutectic Pistons Provide 9.0:1 Compression
- Internal Front / External Rear Balancing
- Blueprint Aluminum Cylinder Heads (138-H8002K):
- 195cc Intake Runners
- 75cc Exhaust Runners
- 64cc Combustion Chambers
- 2.02 Intake Valves
- 1.60 Exhaust Valves
- Hydraulic Roller
- .477 in.Intake Valve Lift
- .471 in. Exhaust Valve Lift
- 202° Intake / 212° Exhaust Duration @ .050 in.
- 115° Lobe Separation Angle
- Ignition and Fuel:
- Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) System
- Aluminum Intake Manifold
- HEI Style Distributor w/Mellonized Steel Gear
- 32 Degrees Total Timing @ 3500 RPM
- Additional Included Items:
- Chrome Valve Covers
- Oil Pan
- Chrome Timing Cover
- Dyno Test Results
Legal for use on vehicles that were manufactured before emissions control regulations were imposed. These vehicles are considered uncontrolled vehicles and are defined as:
- 1965 and older U.S. manufactured California Certified Vehicles
- 1967 and older U.S. manufactured Federally Certified Vehicles
- 1967 and older Foreign manufactured vehicles
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