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What Are The Top JEGS 1987-1995 Chevy Truck TBI 350ci/5.7L Crate Engine Options?

Of the available JEGS 1987-1995 Chevy Truck TBI 350 engine options, the most popular version is the long block assembly. This is a direct replacement, using the original fuel injection system. The next most popular option is the crate engine kit, which includes intake gaskets, oil filter, water pump gaskets, spark plug wires, exhaust gaskets, and RTV sealer. The third most popular option is the replacement crate engine kit. This choice includes intake manifold, hardware, gaskets, distributor, ignition coil, spark plugs, spark plug wires, exhaust manifold gaskets, and RTV.

How Much Do JEGS Performance Products 1987-1995 Chevy Truck TBI 350ci/5.7L Crate Engine Cost?

The base JEGS replacement 350 TBI crate engine can be had for around $2,000. Options that include additional parts are offered in different levels up to just under $2,600. A conversion crate engine kit, which will allow the removal of the factory fuel-injection, can be had for about $2,800.

What Are The Main Benefits of JEGS Performance Products 1987-1995 Chevy Truck TBI 350ci/5.7L Crate Engine?

The JEGS 1987-1995 Chevy Truck TBI 350 crate engine is offered with a 36-month / unlimited mileage warranty providing peace of mind and protection for your investment. In addition, it is designed to be an exact replacement, making installation as easy as possible.

How To Install JEGS Performance Products 1987-1995 Chevy Truck TBI 350ci/5.7L Crate Engine

The steps for installing the JEGS Performance Products 1987 to 1994 Chevy 350 engine will vary, depending on the vehicle and engine package. It is important to follow the included instructions for proper installation. However, in most applications, the first step is assembling all exterior engine components that are easier to install outside of the vehicle. Example parts include the intake manifold, drive belt pulleys, water pump, oil filter, dipstick, thermostat and housing, spark plugs, wires, and motor mounts. Next, the engine is lowered into the chassis and connected to the matching frame mounts. The transmission and drivetrain can then be bolted to the engine, as well as the exhaust system, cooling system, ignition system, fuel system, air filter / intake, plumbing, and any remaining components. Once all work is double-checked and fluids at proper level, the engine can be started. Immediately after starting, the ignition timing and idle speed will need to be adjusted as well as careful monitoring of the vehicle gauges for proper oil pressure and water temperature. Installation is then complete.