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Dart 31161112

Dart Pro SHP Iron Block SB Chevy

301-31161112

Ships directly from the manufacturer on 09/19/19
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$2,221.15
Truck Freight:$119.00
Dart Pro SHP Iron Block SB Chevy $2,221.15
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Pro SHP Iron Block
  • Small Block Chevy
  • Bore: 4.000''
  • Rear Main Seal: 2-Piece
  • Big Block Chevy Cam Bore
  • Dart 31161112 Details

    Small Block Chevy

  • Pro SHP

  • Priority Main Oiling System
  • Uses 1981-85 Oil Pan

  • Specifications:

    Rear Main Seal Style
    2-piece
    Cam Bearings Included
    No
    Cylinder Bore as Shipped (in.)
    4
    Cylinder Bore Diameter (in.)
    4
    Deck Height (in.)
    9.025
    Engine Block Material
    Cast iron
    Engine Block Style
    Aftermarket
    Engine Block Weight (lbs.)
    175
    Finished Cylinder Bores
    No
    Freeze Plugs Included
    No
    Main Bearings Included
    No
    Main Bolt Style
    4-bolt
    Main Cap Fasteners Included
    Yes
    Main Cap Material
    Ductile iron
    Main Caps Included
    No
    Main Journal Type
    350 mains
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Raised Cam Location
    No
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    31161112

    Why waste time sourcing, cleaning, machining, and prepping an old core in hopes it will be usable when you could get a new, quality block without the expense of a full-race unit? Dart "SHP" Special High Performance Blocks enable you to affordably build a powerful, durable engine. Designed for high-performance and heavy-duty applications producing up to 600 horsepower, the SHP Block is an ideal starting point for hot rodders, drag racers, Circle Track competitors, off-roaders, and marine enthusiasts. .

    One of the great provisions of the Dart SHP block is its ability to use OE hydraulic roller lifters. There are mounting bosses in the valley for a factory stamped steel spider, and the lifter bores are machined flat on top to accommodate the "dog bone" alignment bars used on OE hydraulic roller lifters. This allows an engine builder to take advantage of the fast acceleration and low maintenance of a hydraulic roller cam profile while using inexpensive stock-type lifters.

    Features
  • Designed for compatibility with stock components
  • Virtually ready to assemble right out of the box after a final cylinder hone
  • Precision machined from high-nickel cast iron
  • Decks even and parallel within .002"
  • Siamese bores 4.000" OR 4.125" (unfinished)
  • Cylinder walls .230" minimum at 4.165"
  • Priority main oiling system (oil is directed to main bearings first, then to cam bearings)
  • Splayed 4-bolt center three main caps
  • Blind head bolt holes
  • OE bolt holes for starter, clutch ball, etc.
  • Uses stock timing cover
  • Provisions for stock roller lifters and cams

    Tech Tip: Oiling System

    Tech Tip: Roller Lifters

  • Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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