ENGINE OIL: The engine is supplied with Edelbrock Break-In Oil in the crate. Before starting the engine, you will need to prime the oil system. Do not turn the engine over with starter motor for priming. Mark the distributor, as it comes preset on #1 cylinder. Then, remove and use a priming tool to turn the pump shaft.
Change the engine oil no more than 300 miles after break-in. Use of oil with zinc or a zinc additive for the life of your engine is recommended.
The Edelbrock E-Street Small Block Chevy engine is an affordably priced, entry level crate engine for any street rod or muscle car driver on a budget who wants affordable 300+ horsepower performance on 87 octane fuel. These engines start out with a 100% brand new GM short block with 4-bolt 2-piece rear main seal. It has E-Street cylinder heads, Performer Series carburetor, Performer EPS intake manifold, Performer camshaft and MSD distributor. Designed for high-performance street applications, E-Street heads feature larger-than-stock intake and exhaust ports to improve engine efficiency. This engine offers the best combination of affordable, reliable performance on the market! Sold without a water pump.
Edelbrock E-Street Engine Specifications Displacement 350 cid Horsepower 315 Torque 381 ft/lbs TQ Compression 9.0:1 Block NEW GM 4-Bolt 2-Piece Rear Main Seal Crankshaft Cast Iron Pistons Cast Aluminum Camshaft Performer-Plus 350-2102 Rocker Arms 1.5:1 Stamped Steel Intake Manifold Performer EPS 350-2701 Cylinder Heads E-Street 350-5089 Carburetor 600 cfm Performer Series 350-1405 Water Pump Not Included Distributor MSD Valve Covers Signature Series Finish Satin Break-In Oil Includes 6 Quarts of Edelbrock SAE30 350-1070
NOTE: customer must add oil before start-up
Warranty Manufacturers 2-Year, Unlimited Mileage
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