How to Assemble a Chevy Engine Part 1
This video will show you how to assemble a Chevy engine (or any engine) starting from the basic block. It goes through installing the crankshaft, checking for the right clearences using plastic gage, installing the rings on the pistons, installling the piston in the block, checking the rod bearing clearence, torquing all the bolts to the collect specifications, installing the rear main seal, and demonstrating how the motor works from the bottom view and top view.
3D movie - how a car engine works
File Code: NEG3 1 24 1 3D Production: MGD Computer Systems (2011) Client: King Fahad Naval Academy (KFNA) - Saudi Arabia ID: Islam Kasem 3D Animator: Ahmed Altelbany QC Specialist: Dina Fawzy PM: Ahmed Ghzaly
Chevy 350 Engine Rebuild Part 7
Installing Lifters, Push rods, & rocker arms. Also, adjusting rockers. This is part 7 in a multi-part series on rebuilding this engine. Thanks for watching!
350 Chevy Blower Motor Startup
This is a blown 357 cubic inch small block Chevy engine. I have built several engines over the years, but, this is my first blower motor. It is a .040 over bore, 1987 block with World Products cast iron heads, flat top pistons, 9 to 1 compression. The blower is a large displacement 6-71. On top are two 1850-3 Holley carbs. They have been specially modified to work on top of a blower. It has a Kuhl 20% under drive and produces 6 pounds of Boost at 5000 RPM's. Ignition is an MSD 6AL triggered by a high performance distributor with a magnetic pickup.Coil is an MSD HVC. This is a very streetable blower setup that runs on 93 octane pump gas.