Performer 350ci / 310HP with Performer EPS Intake
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.
Fully Assembled and Ready to Run
Proven performance right out of the box with high-quality Edelbrock Small Block Chevy components. Based on new GM short blocks, they are available to fit many applications. Choice of natural finish (as-cast) or polished manifold and heads. 2 year/unlimited mileage warranty (details included with engine).
|Block||NEW GM 4-Bolt 2-Piece Rear Main Seal|
|Rocker Arms||1.5:1 Roller|
|Intake Manifold||Performer EPS 350-2701 or C-357-B Triple Deuce 350-5418|
|Cylinder Heads||Performer 350-60759|
|Carburetor||Thunder Series AVS, Performer or|
(3)94 Series 2-BBL
|Water Pump||Victor Series Aluminum|
|Distributor||MSD Pro Billet or Street Legal HEI|
|Valve Covers||Cast Aluminum|
|Finish||Satin, Polished or Black Powder Coat|
|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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