Speedway Sport Mod Chevy 360 Engine
350 Chevy Small Block V8, 360 cu. in. Engine Displacement, 9.0:1 Compression Ratio
- This item 12136001 is made to order. It will be shipped from our warehouse when it is produced.
Now, Speedway Motors Racing Engines is offering this Sport Mod spec racing crate engine as a dyno-verified package that is ready to race! This 360 cu. in. small block Chevy package is specifically built for Sport Mods.
- 360 cubic inch
- 9.0:1 compression
- Seasoned stock 4-bolt block
- Mahle pistons
- Scat cast crank
- 6.0" bushed I-beam rods
- King XP bearings
- EQ spec heads
- Edelbrock 2701 Performer EPS intake
- Custom solid flat tappet cam
- Roller tip rockers
- Champ style oil pan
- HEI distributor
- MSD plug wires
- Engineered for Holley 500 CFM 2-barrel 4412 carburetor
- IMCA approved
- Dyno tested and includes your engine's sheet
- Piston rings are broken-in using a proprietary dyno program
- Lash and timing are individually tuned
Note: Shown with dyno carburetor installed - carburetor not included. Engine component manufacturer subject to change based on availability.
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