283ci Chevrolet small block rebuild
this 283 had a complete overhaul.
i replaced the camshaft with a summit cam .204in .214 ex duration .420 in
The Edelbrock intake i bought off of eBay.
all new valve train, the carburetor is so nice ran terrific. i like the
trick summit dual feed fuel line with the gauge . you can tell when the
fuel filter is getting bad with this thing on there. the heads are original
1965 power pack's this was a matching #'s engine
the pistons are .040 over speed pro forged flattops,with stock rods, stock
crankshaft. installed the the points style distributor is a pertronix
ignitor, with a flame thrower 35,000 volt coil. Behind the double roller
timing chain is a thrust bearing to help the cam rev smoother. all new
bearings throughout. clevette 77 oil pump
i sold it a year later for 1,500. the guy i sold it to says it still does
not leak a drop of oil even after 4-5 years.
Chevy 283 Engine 65 283 block 186 camel hump heads.
65 Block, 65 crank, rebuilt with flatop pistons with valve reliefs. 186
Camel hump heads. Double roller timing set, HV oil pump. Not sure how many
miles are on it. Skirts and bores look nice. It runs great with no smoke or
noises. Great oil pressure! Good little motor. New gaskets, new plugs, new
wires, new cap, new oil filter and oil, fresh paint. Includes starter,
pulleys, and alt bracket. Air cleaner to pan. $800
Tearing Down an Original Chevy 283 (in One Minute)
http://www.horsepowermonster.com -- A
full engine teardown is boring, but now when it's all squeezed into a
minute! This video is mostly just for fun. The engine is a 283 out of a '57
Chevy, and I think it will eventually make a great little motor for a
roadster. The car had been sitting in a field for nearly 20 years, so I
knew it would be in rough shape, but the squirrel's nest in the lifter
valley was a bit of a surprise--don't blink or you'll miss it.
If you are interested in 283s in general, make sure to check out the
additional information in my website at the link below. Thanks!
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calibrated and the engine broken in using our dynamometer. This engine had
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After a not-so-long-and-cold winter the project moves ahead. The new
pistons, rings and rod bearings are installed and checked by Katharine and
her dad, while rebuilding the 283 small block for their 1959 Corvette.
1957 Chevy Bel Air - Dual Carb 283 Duntov Cam
I thought you'd like a look at this 57 Chevy Bel Air. This particular car
has been beautifully restored and features a Dual Carb 283 with the sought
after Duntov cam. This is the same engine that found it's way into the
Corvette of the same time period. Even in a car of this size it should
still be a strong runner. This car looks like new inside and out. I hope
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57 Chevy 2DHT 283 engine first start-up
First start-up of 57 Chevy 2DHT 283 engine.
Originally bought, with 2-speed Powerglide, in the late 80s out of a 56
Chevy that had recently been imported to Australia.
The 'greaseball' was re-built by Bruce, completed and detailed by Des, and
set-up for first start-up by Trevor (Frosty) for owner John (also Frosty).
Big thanks to all who contributed.
The car is a Bel Air Sports Coupe (2-door hard top) being restored as a
right-hand drive vehicle to factory specifications with Power Pack optioned
motor -- which includes Carter 4-barrel carburetor, dual Exhaust and high performance heads.