Blueprint Engines BP38318SP Details
Chevy - Small Block
Note: Horsepower numbers were achieved with Blueprint p/n 138-H8002K Cylinder Heads installed on this short block assembly. Horsepower: 430 Engine Block:
Note: Horsepower numbers were achieved with Blueprint p/n 138-H8002K Cylinder Heads installed on this short block assembly.
Blueprint Engines Short Block Assemblies are a great basis for a drivable and reliable high performance engine. All rotating assemblies are balanced within 2 grams on a computerized balancer.Features:
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WHAT LENGTH PUSH RODS WITH H8002 BLUEPRINT HEADS AND DO THE ROLLER LIFTERS COME WITH THIS UNITI
When ordering all recommended parts, what push rods/ length do I need and what rocker arms? Which efi system and computer shall I go with which will bolt on the recommended intake manifold?
Will the cam included with this short block work with aftermarket EFI? I'm considering Pro-Flo sequential from Edelbrock.
Will this engine fit in a 1987 chevy/GMC 1500 pick-up and can the compressiobn Ratios be held to 9.7:1 to burn pump Gas
Can this engine accept the stock TPI injection that is controlled by the computer on a 1987 GMC 1500 pick-up?
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