I just rebuilt this 305ci Small Block Chevy out of a 1984 chevy 1/2 ton pickup truck. This motor is for sale I am asking $750. Price is negotiable. The engine was completely disassembled and all parts where cleaned. I replaced the rear main seals, main bearings, rod bearings, oil pan gasket, piston rings, timing set, head gaskets, valve stem seals, valve cover gasket, carburetor, Exhaust manifolds (with headers), intake manifold, water pump, fuel pump, thermostat, and a couple of other things but thats most of the major stuff. THE ENGINE TEST STAND AND RADIATOR DO NOT COME WITH THE ENGINE. I am only selling the engine with carb, headers, and starter, and so on. Call McKinley 910-690-8306 or email me at email@example.com, serious inquires only please.
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.
Chevy 305 Small Block Removal and Complete Disassembly
I guess it was just time for an upgrade! If you go back two videos, you can
see the new engine. Its a performance 350, so it will definately be better
anyway. I'm working at putting the parts on the new engine, and I'll have a
video up of that very soon. Also, *Sorry for the bad video quality at the
beginning* It was recorded with an iPhone. About 1 year ago, we did a
partial rebuild to this engine, new timing gears, cam, lifters, and some
small things, as the engine wasnt operating properly.
Click here to watch the partial rebuild:
Flowmaster Exhaust on this truck:
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one badass sbc chevy 350 2008
SBC 30 over 202/160 steel heads blue racer cam
and yes there is no water pump but we are running water through the block
with a garden hose...thats where the steam is coming from @ the end of the
So let me explain a little something to everyone that thinks they know what
they are talking about
I am no longer building any REBUILT standard / stock 350's Key word Is
stock standard 350.
I am only building NEW 383's and up
YES i know a 383 is a 350 block using a 400 crank...This is the old school
poor man method...which yes I have done and still do on occasion.
But I start now with a brand new DART block a New EAGLE 383 crank and rods
and I have been using Dart Pro comp or to save you some money NKB heads.
I sell the motors complete carb to pan with Intake Distibutor coil wires
water pump fuel pump alternator pullys flexplate starter power steering
pump plugs filter and oil all your brackets and sheet metal Turn key just
add 12 volts a ground and some gas and you ready to go.Turn key crate
engine stage 2 starts at $5,000 @ 500 HP
we also build 406 , 421 , 427 . 434 SBC @ 625 HP and BBC starting @ 505
Cubic Inch 555 and the popular 572 BBC @ 725 HP
ALL BLOCKS HAVE SPLAYED CAPS
any questions email
started the bodywork after motor and trans rebuild. gotta long way to