Speedmaster Main Cap Girdle Small Block Chevy 350
Speedmaster billet steel main girdles are machined from 1045 steel. Speedmaster has designed these main cap girdles to reinforce the alignment of the main caps in high performance applications and counter the limited webbing and weaknesses of those stock blocks. Flat surfaces are finished with CNC machine center for accuracy and smoothness. The main girdles are zinc plated for rust resistance.
I have a 2 bolt main early 350. Will the factory oil pan fit over the girdle? Or do I have to purchase a aftermarket oil pan?
Does this fit a 4 bolt main block? is it of any benifit with 4 bolt mains? Can you use a milodon diamond stipper windage ttray with this?
Does this fit a SBC with casting number 3970014?
Will the arp-234-5501 2 bolt main windage tray stud kit work with this and the tray? I'm running the stud and tray now and hope to add this girdle if they work together
Will this fit a 2 bolt main block with casting number 397001?
Does this require getting longer bolts?
Will this fit on a 1975 2 bolt main with casting number 3970010 and does it come with hardware and instructions (torque specs)? Can ARP Main studs be used with it?
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