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.
Edelbrock's Performer Hi-Torq crate engines make 363 HP and 405 ft/lbs of torque on regular pump gas with 9.0:1 compression! With great mileage potential and respectable performance for your daily driver, these engines feature high-tech components like Edelbrock E-Tec 170 heads and the Performer-Plus Rollin' Thunder hydraulic roller camshaft to deliver performance never before available from a smooth idling Performer level engine.
|Block||NEW GM 4-Bolt 2-Piece Rear Main Seal|
|Camshaft||Rollin' Thunder Hydraulic Roller 350-2208|
|Rocker Arms||1.5:1 Roller|
|Intake Manifold||Performer EPS Vortec 350-2716 or RPM Air-Gap Dual-Quad Vortec 350-75264|
|Cylinder Heads||E-Tec 170 350-60975|
|Carburetor||Performer or Thunder Series AVS|
|Water Pump||Victor Series Aluminum|
|Distributor||MSD Pro Billet|
|Valve Covers||Cast Aluminum|
|Finish||Satin, Polished & EnduraShine|
|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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