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Chevrolet Performance HT502 502ci Truck Engine, 406 HP @ 4200 RPM

809-19433156


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HT502 502ci Truck Engine, 406 HP @ 4200 RPM
$8,053.65
HT502 502ci Truck Engine
  • 406 HP @ 4200 RPM
  • 541 ft/lbs TQ @ 3200 RPM
  • Free Shipping - Ships on 04/07/23
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    Will this work with 7.4 vortec intake 1998 

    Asked by: Pat Thomas
    a '98 Vortec intake will bolt to the Chevrolet Performance 809-19433156 engine.
    Answered by: jshook
    Date published: 2023-01-18

    too get these HP and torque ratings what carb and intake were used?

    Asked by: Snake Bite
    The GM 809-19433156 engine would take a hi rise intake and a 770 cfm carb for these numbers.
    Answered by: jshook
    Date published: 2022-12-16
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