Season 5: Episode 1
Small Block Teardown

Small Block Teardown

Chris Duke shows you how to tear down a junk yard small block Chevy 350 engine to prepare it for rebuild.

Episode Links

Sears Blue Tool Crew
AMP Research
MAHLE Motorsports

Partz Mentions

Sears Blue Tool Crew
Craftsman 56-piece Universal Mechanics Tool Set
AMP Research BedStep2
FST Performance RPM300

Episode Notes

This is the season 5 premiere! We’ve got 12 exciting new episodes coming your way!

In this episode, Chris digs up an old junk yard Chevy 350 small block engine and tears it down, part-by-part, showing you how easy it is, and which tools to use. In this multi-part series, we’re rebuilding our Chevy 350 and showing you each step of the way from tear-down, to machining, and the entire rebuild.

This episode also has our regular segments, Partz and Letterz. In “Partz”, Chris talks about the budget mechanics tool set from Craftsman (which he also recommends in the upcoming Sears holiday catalog), the all-new BedStep2 from AMP Research which mounts on the side of the bed of your truck, and the RPM300 high performance racing fuel filter and water separator from FST Performance.

Music

This episode features an original Motorz theme song by Jeremy Pritchard.

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345 Responses to “Small Block Teardown”

  1. mallydangerous Says:

    Been waiting a long time for this episode after you announced you were going to do it.

  2. warracer03 Says:

    awesome serie, keep it up! Greetings from Quebec, Canada

  3. Terreos Says:

    Chris you’re alive! Glad to see Motorz is still making videos. :)

  4. MGWPhotography Says:

    this makes me want to rebuild a motor myself, just for the heck of it…

  5. motorztv Says:

    @MGWPhotography You should! It’s easier than you think!

  6. 67mustangreg Says:

    good show and I thinkthe best episode so far….. I’m at 8:22 though and watching my 2nd “ad”.. thats worse then Tv. which i dont even watch for that very reason.. every 4 minutes seems extreme.

  7. LigerZero1985 Says:

    can you do a video how to take out the engine?

  8. motorztv Says:

    @Terreos We had a break between S04 and S05. You should be seeing new episodes on a regular basis now. Thanks for hanging in there!

  9. motorztv Says:

    @warracer03 Thanks for checking in, Quebec!

  10. motorztv Says:

    @mallydangerous Thanks for your patience between seasons. Hope you like the new episode!

  11. motorztv Says:

    @LigerZero1985 We’d love to do that one day. Thanks for the suggestion. We didn’t have the opportunity with this one, however, otherwise we would have!

  12. nitrous010 Says:

    I’ve been looking forward to an episode like this. Good job! :)

  13. motorztv Says:

    @nitrous010 Thank you kindly. It was a fun episode for us to shoot… messy, but fun! You’ll like the next episodes in this engine rebuild series.

  14. motorztv Says:

    @67mustangreg There are 3 commercial breaks, a :15 and two :30s. Those sponsors keep the show going!

  15. jsnyara Says:

    im suprised you guys had to rent an engine hoist

  16. motorztv Says:

    @jsnyara We have no place to store one. Remember we film in a two car garage studio and just like most folks, space is very limited.

  17. NemesisSypheroth Says:

    Pretty cool! Thanks motorz! Me and my dad are doing a chevy nova rebuild and this was one of the engines we were looking at. Thanks for the awesome videos!

  18. motorztv Says:

    @NemesisSypheroth It is our pleasure! We hope our engine rebuild series will help you guys out with your Nova project!

  19. jsnyara Says:

    @motorztv oh ok.

  20. stalker7d7 Says:

    How about you rebuild that baby right into my camaro?

  21. motorztv Says:

    @stalker7d7 LOL the funny thing about this rebuild is we don’t yet know where it’s going to end up. We’re toying with a bunch of different ideas.

  22. integraz32lover Says:

    FINALLY A VIDEO lol

  23. motorztv Says:

    @integraz32lover We hope it was worth waiting for :)

  24. integraz32lover Says:

    @motorztv Well it was!

  25. mbuddenn Says:

    I thought I had accidentally unsubscribed or something. Was wondering why I haven’t seen a video from you guys. Keep up the good work!

  26. motorztv Says:

    @mbuddenn We’re glad you didn’t leave! We have a lot more coming so please stick around.

  27. MrRedneckjosh Says:

    nice fringe!!

  28. motorztv Says:

    @MrRedneckjosh That’s the Gladiator Chillerator :)

  29. SuperEpic92 Says:

    this is the best show everrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr :D

  30. MrBombastic16 Says:

    i just need a cherry picker or engine lift to properly work on my GMC’s 350 D: cant find ine anywhere though.. any ideas on how what i could use besides since im on an extremely tight budget ? (video is slow loading so ive only gotten in about 2 minutes..)

  31. motorztv Says:

    @SuperEpic92 Wow, thank you for the great feedback!

  32. motorztv Says:

    @MrBombastic16 Renting an engine hoist for the day is the way to go. They’re not that expensive. Call around your local equipment rental shops to see what they charge.

  33. JimPrower Says:

    Wow, great timing, I’m actually going to do work on my car tomorrow. 200SX with a GA16DE, Needs at least a new valve cover gasket, if not that and the oil pan. 150,000 miles!

  34. motorztv Says:

    @JimPrower Congrats on the huge mileage! This is the first episode in a series of 6 or so episodes this season where we rebuild our small block. Hopefully you’ll find something in the episode that will help you with your Nissan!

  35. MrRedneckjosh Says:

    @motorztv lol whens the next up date on the 350?

  36. motorztv Says:

    @MrRedneckjosh Should be the next episode in 2 weeks!

  37. demet199 Says:

    I THOUGHT YOU DIED!

  38. motorztv Says:

    @demet199 Nope! We are very much still alive :)

  39. ballershanelle Says:

    Y do i have my fathers old 85 Chevy c1500 350h and no brothers to help me fix stuff…it runs but white smoke.comes out upon startup…suxs

  40. andrestnt Says:

    nice man i’ve been waiting forever for a new episode.

  41. OneGuitarGuy Says:

    UHHHHH……..I am in an engine’s building class and have picked out a 350 for tear down…it’s like it’s a sign or something that I bring home my engine today just to see this in my sub box

  42. motorztv Says:

    @OneGuitarGuy That is very cool… good timing indeed!

  43. CarCustomsEnt Says:

    finally a chevy and not a ford

  44. joenlaw Says:

    rebuild more engines!

  45. shitpickle1128 Says:

    ugh the cylnder with the blown head gasket looks like sumone barfed into it

  46. motorztv Says:

    @shitpickle1128 We thought the same thing… pretty gross, huh?

  47. Gearz74 Says:

    Boo! Commercials!

  48. fastodie Says:

    Yall should tear down a 5.2 318 Mopar engine Just saying

  49. motorztv Says:

    @Gearz74 Yea! Sponsors to keep the show going!

  50. motorztv Says:

    @joenlaw This was fun… we may do that!

  51. motorztv Says:

    @CarCustomsEnt This season is very Chevy-heavy with the SB rebuild and our new 1500 project truck :)

  52. mallydangerous Says:

    @motorztv Oh, you were on season break? I must have missed that. I enjoy the engine tear down, looking forward to seeing more. Also, I don’t mind the ads. Do your thing, man.

  53. motorztv Says:

    @mallydangerous You’re the best… ads pay the bills and a lot of folks don’t think about that when watching a half hour TV show. And yes, a brief break while we made some changes and got new episodes ready for the next season. This is episode #63! Crazy… we’ve got a lot more planned, too! BTW the best thing to do is to follow our website at motorz(dot)tv/blog or on Facebook. We keep those two places updated with all the latest news.

  54. Gearz74 Says:

    @motorztv I know, but damn i’m glad I can right over them. =D

  55. motorztv Says:

    @Gearz74 Well there ya go then! Problem solved… ;)

  56. asyoulikeitvideos Says:

    Great episode! You make this all look so easy!!

  57. motorztv Says:

    @asyoulikeitvideos Tearing down anything is easy, especially with the right tools. It’s the rebuild that is taking a bit more time :)

  58. MrBombastic16 Says:

    @motorztv Thanks !! :)

  59. Anirbond1 Says:

    Great episode! Looking forward to the machining and assembly episodes! I had to remove the heads from my truck’s 305 due to blown head gaskets, and I do believe it is preferable to follow the reverse torque sequences while removing the intake manifold and head bolts.

  60. Michiganborn1969 Says:

    Wow! 1st new fresh video since June. Good stuff & graet video CD. Keep up the good work.

  61. DackIsBack Says:

    I’m looking forward to this… Thanks Guys!

  62. motorztv Says:

    @DackIsBack We’re a few episodes ahead already with the SB build, and it’s a lot of fun. You can check out current photos at the Motorz TV Facebook page.

  63. motorztv Says:

    @Michiganborn1969 Thanks! And there’s a lot more to come!

  64. motorztv Says:

    @Anirbond1 Thank you for watching… the next episode is the machine shop!

  65. XJOJO411 Says:

    YES!!!!!!!!!! FINALLY!

  66. buzz1993bee Says:

    It about time thank you so much

  67. motorztv Says:

    @buzz1993bee You’re welcome. Thanks for hanging in there buzz!

  68. Chris07860 Says:

    Ahh Finally a Motorz youtube vid!! :-D

  69. motorztv Says:

    @Chris07860 Thanks! What did you think of the new episode?

  70. 2jzsupra4life Says:

    did you sed ”see you next week” at the end! 0_0 omg new MOTORZ episodes every week? :D

  71. Chris07860 Says:

    @motorztv I really liked it you explain a lot and the program was really good. I’m taking the engine repair course in my auto shop class so I’m able to understand this more and everything. I think I talked to you on FB awhile back about the school. I do like your show it’s really well organized too. I can’t wait to see the machine shop video also.

  72. motorztv Says:

    @Chris07860 We appreciate the feedback, Chris… and we’re happy it’s something you can personally relate to!

  73. theDENNISw22 Says:

    the show went to a brake, and i picked up my remote and tryed to fast forward.. lol

  74. ptrhip Says:

    this season is going to help me out because im going to rebuild my 350

  75. snake92069 Says:

    sweet you guys are back. This is great cause i live in north county and iv been wanting to rebuild the 5.0 in my 94 mustang GT. i just didn’t know where to start or where to go for cleaning once its done. Hopefully this season will show me a couple of places and steps as to what i need to do to rebuild my engine.

  76. MrNickNick86 Says:

    Right on time.. Im rebuilding my Chevy small block 350 4 bolt main! lets keep motoring motorztv!

  77. motorztv Says:

    @MrNickNick86 Cool! Fun project!! Ours is a 2 bolt main but other than that they should be the same.

  78. motorztv Says:

    @ptrhip Right on! We hope our series helps.

  79. motorztv Says:

    @theDENNISw22 How’d that go? LOL

  80. motorztv Says:

    @2jzsupra4life We’ve been saying that at the end of every episode for a while now :)

  81. motorztv Says:

    @snake92069 while it’s not the exact same engine, you should be able to use many of the same tips and steps to rebuild any engine

  82. suddnstar Says:

    I saw a truck with a Chevy 350 on a dyno before, and man that think sounded great when being revved to the max.

  83. ptrhip Says:

    @motorztv so do i i even got dish just so that i can watch motorz on tv :)

  84. ptrhip Says:

    @motorztv so do i i even got dish just so that i can watch motorz on tv :)

  85. motorztv Says:

    @ptrhip Awesome!

  86. motorztv Says:

    @ptrhip Awesome!

  87. snake92069 Says:

    @motorztv Thanks man, I already started on my brother Motor from his 86 Mustang GT. Since its the same 302 i should be able to practice with his and maybe even make one super motor from the best parts of both. Hopefully there was nothing special done to both the engine and i can swap and switch as needed. Can’t Wait for the next episodes.

  88. ambee514 Says:

    Can you keep a running tab of the cost of rebuilding this engine in the episodes? It would be something that would be awesome to do, but not sure if I have the money :/

  89. TheGetawayer Says:

    I love Motorz ! Great to have a new Season, Chris ! Your friend Guido from Germany

  90. bsl3216 Says:

    @motorz this was the best engine tear down I have seen because it went more in depth than everyone else and I learned some helpfull things I did not know before

  91. partyboyperk Says:

    when are you making the next video

  92. motorztv Says:

    @partyboyperk The next episode will be online 10/21. Be sure to subscribe here, follow us on Facebook (Motorz TV page) or Twitter @motorz so you don’t miss anything!

  93. partyboyperk Says:

    @theDENNISw22 I’m not trying to be an ass hole but its spelled break, “brake” is only used for the car part, and tried. Again not trying to be an ass hole.

  94. TWBradshaw Says:

    that engine was made on my birthday!!

  95. TWBradshaw Says:

    that engine was made on my birthday!!

  96. motorztv Says:

    @TWBradshaw LOL! It’s got to be a good one then!

  97. MrBrutelas Says:

    hey motorztv, could you folks do a video on how to repair damaged alloy wheels? Thanks in advance.

  98. jhnvallejo Says:

    in are auto class we called that big mac sauce lol

  99. motorztv Says:

    @jhnvallejo That’s funny. Pretty close to “special sauce”

  100. MrGlock1971 Says:

    That’s a corvette engine block! The vettes are the only ones that have the engine code in that place…..

  101. TheWillbell Says:

    I am pretty sure the truck you pulled the motor out of is not a 1969. I looks like it is a few years newer(1973-1980′s) If that was the case the motor could be for that truck.

  102. motorztv Says:

    @TheWillbell Thanks. I think someone else said it was a ’74. We stand corrected.

  103. chevy6723 Says:

    i dont really like the way you beat out those pistons,,i would use a woodin handle of a hammer or something,,just saying…

  104. onefastgtp2002 Says:

    I just ran across this video here. I would like to add that you missed two very important steps for the ones that has never tore down any engines. One is if there gonna reuse the stock rods, that they need to keep the rod and caps together, and two keep the main caps in order from where they came off from the block. Just wanted to put that out there. Thanks and I enjoyed your video.

  105. motorztv Says:

    @onefastgtp2002 Good points to keep everything organized so that they go back in the exact same place, same order. We admittedly weren’t as concerned about this since we planned on replacing them all (which you’ll see in a future episode). Thank you for pointing this out, however!

  106. eltrouble Says:

    @chevy6723 Nothing wrong with their method. They weren’t hammering it with any significant force, and if you look closely, they’re pushing on the bottom of the piston. Only other way would be to hammer it where the main caps are bolted to the rod, and that’s a terrible idea because you might mar the metal or damage the stud.

  107. Smigjo Says:

    3:24 – 3:27 Car, truck, or Corvette Corvette gets its own class :D

  108. DeltaOpS07 Says:

    Eww Fram Oil Filter…

  109. 1925chevyforsale Says:

    Wicked sick chevy, guys! Also, do check out the chevy that i’m dealing with at, triple w [dot] youtube [dot] com [slash] user [slash] 1925chevyforsale

  110. 1992chevylowered Says:

    Im gonna be replacing the head gaskets on my 350 engine.. Gonna be my first time doing head gaskets.. Is there web site that cld give me step by step instructions in detail ?

  111. Jace Lippert Says:

    awesome vid…missed you guys on break :) a couple notes… they make an adapter for a cordless drill to put sockets on…after breaking a bolt loose (such as a lugnut) it makes for quick work, on a valve cover, oil pan, or timing cover with low torque, you don’t even have to break them loose :) also, if you’re not going to do a big machine job (I know you are) a 2×4 and a mallet will get a intake or head off…don’t pry if you can help it, may gouge the mating surface

  112. thizzboy5 Says:

    Gud luck man u need to remove 4 bolt in front of engine of cly head nobody will tell u abt it n u need loose the belt to rwmove the pully wheel first so u can get to this long bolt to cly then beside that u should be good to go i did that few weeks ago too

  113. 35057 Says:

    I picked up some of the Craftsman 84 tooth rathcets in 1/4 and 3/8″ and I LOVE them! Solid design, not much to go wrong! I’m a diesel/hydraulic tech so i use them every day. the 1/4″ ratchet jammed a couple times, but it’s an easy fix..

  114. STEPHONEMONEY Says:

    I want to replace my camshaft on my SBC 350. I was thinking about a mutha thumper cam or a voodoo cam. Which one is better for a real choppy loop? What other upgrades must I do with a camshaft installation??? Thanks for your help

  115. biddiem Says:

    why did you use a crow bar to get out the pistons? whould it not dmg them

  116. motorztv Says:

    @biddiem We used a pry tool to remove them, with the intent that we would be replacing them.

  117. CrikeyMang Says:

    Ive never seen a SBC with 1/2″ cylinder head bolts. Did you mean 5/8″? Not tryin to bust your chops. Just stumbled upon your show. Love it! Love how you touched on the Casting #s especially the suffix code.

  118. motorztv Says:

    @CrikeyMang Thanks for watching! It looks like our motor was previously rebuilt which is why it had 1/2″ head bolts.

  119. peepeevagi Says:

    My dad can actually build and tear down these with his eyes shut. He built them for half his life :D

  120. crazytacostudios Says:

    soo, how about that next episode?

  121. PRSCheVelle Says:

    wheres the video of the rebuilding video ???

  122. 1986chevylover Says:

    that truck you pulled that out of was in no way a 69

  123. brandon1997bmx Says:

    Do you have a rebuild video ??

  124. motorztv Says:

    @brandon1997bmx The next episode out (soon) is showing how to rebuild the bottom end, then the top end is after that one!

  125. motorztv Says:

    @PRSCheVelle The next episode out (soon) is showing how to rebuild the bottom end, then the top end is after that one!

  126. motorztv Says:

    @1986chevylover Yes, we made a mistake. It was a 1974 Chevy Truck.

  127. albduke1 Says:

    What kind of machine work can be done to the top end to improve performance? Is stroking an engine worth it?I have chevy big block to put into old nova.I would like to build an engine for street use,power,a work horse.A cam thats not to radical.Any tips

  128. albduke1 Says:

    What kind of machine work to the heads (porting etc.) would you recomend?Is stroking worth it? Any budget perfomance tips for chevy big block.I dont want a real radical cam,build it for street power longivity

  129. mikono14 Says:

    that was not a 69 chevy truck

  130. motorztv Says:

    @mikono14 Yes, we know :) Please read the previous comments

  131. Codythecartaker Says:

    I HAVE A NOTHER QUESTION…..lol i need anwsers…K sbc 355 450hp build the machine shop messed up my main jounels caps…..they all have difernt number the oil pump one is a no brainer lol BAck duh the front,…duh (btw its a 4 bolt main) BUT the three i have no clue first time tering apart amotor and like yeah i didnt right them doun and they didnt tell me how they went WHAT DO I DO

  132. armyjay36 Says:

    I NEED HELP – the numbers/prefix on the front of my block say v1103cnr – casting in back is 3970010 – i searched all over, doesnt make senss, the casting says like in the video, the prefix on the front is throwing me off. the partial vin doesnt match my 79 vette, so i know its not the orig motor. its driving me crazy. i did alot of searching, got ran in in circles. anyone have a clue what numbers i should go by ?

  133. 2010SWSC Says:

    great show! passed out last night watching as many videos as i could, now im just finishing them up. Thanks for the help on the vid. I just got a 1973 chevy nova ss hatchback with a 350 small block so, greatly appreciated!

  134. motorztv Says:

    @2010SWSC That’s funny. Thanks for watching and good luck with your Nova! Be sure to check out the newer episodes in this series (machine shop, and bottom end rebuild)

  135. oSHOLLIVERo Says:

    Was it green because it had a blown head gasket?

  136. motorztv Says:

    @oSHOLLIVERo Yes

  137. marshallskater80 Says:

    did i just see no intake gaskets on there when you removed the intake manifold????

  138. motorztv Says:

    @marshallskater80 I don’t recall, but they may have been stuck to the underside of the intake manifold.

  139. gunshin25 Says:

    its a 355 then isnt it?

  140. motorztv Says:

    @gunshin25 It’s a 350 turned 383.

  141. gunshin25 Says:

    @motorztv Is it possible that when they bored and stroked it, they did a bad job which made the two pistons rub which cracked the head gasket?

  142. groutaone Says:

    Sorry to hear about the accidental delete, your vid gets thumbs up from me

  143. motorztv Says:

    Thanks groutaone… likewise, your stuff is awesome!

  144. groutaone Says:

    I feel for ya man, so how did the big delete happen?

  145. motorztv Says:

    Thanks! I went to delete a single episode, but YouTube deleted all but the first 8. Weird. See my post at motors.tv(slash)blog for the details

  146. erk409 Says:

    that engine could of been the original because that body style depicted in the video was first available in 1973.

  147. MYDRAGGIN84 Says:

    can u do a engine rebuild on a 302 i now its all the same but trouqe specs and timming marks i just want to see how to do the main cap on the 302 because its the number two cap

  148. Mario Myers Says:

    can u do a engine rebuild on a 302 i now its all the same but trouqe specs and timming marks i just want to see how to do the main cap on the 302 because its the number two cap

  149. arriva29 Says:

    I see the problem its a chevy

  150. ruwithlee1970 Says:

    Hate to tell you that the truck shown is from the 1973 – 1980 C10 production run,The Engine could very well be orginal !

  151. motorztv Says:

    Thank you for the comment. It was a mistake, and was noted in the previous upload of this video… we’ll annotate again :)

  152. greenpowercr Says:

    i see why this engine was dumped in the first place… it has a fram filter!

  153. rickyj2013 Says:

    not to be rude or denounce your knowledge, but the truck that motor came out of is not a ’69, thats a 73-87 bodystyle pickup. so it could very well be the original motor from that truck

  154. kktr1000 Says:

    what’s wrong with fram filters? are they bad or something? please reply back.

  155. greenpowercr Says:

    I can’t proove it, but fram filters are known to fail a lot (mostly collapsed internals), a lot of gearheads can tell you the same.

  156. DragiBubi Says:

    what happened to the jeep cj-5

  157. motorztv Says:

    We unfortunately discontinued that project vehicle :(

  158. Chevy1972Blazer Says:

    @rickyj2013 Your right

  159. FrenchValleyAirport Says:

    20:25 soem in the CC haha, fail

  160. brailey40 Says:

    i just bought a 83 c10 with a 350 chevy small block. and 2 push rods keep bending. any idea why?

  161. DeltaBluesClassics Says:

    .030 would mean that engines a 355 right?

  162. UFLPikeCounty Says:

    correct, when it’s bored over .030 and .060 is a 360 orrr roughly somewhere around that. We’ll just sa ys. But the .030means YES, it’s a 355.

  163. UFLPikeCounty Says:

    wiped lobs on the cam? rockers torqued down too tight?etc.

  164. UFLPikeCounty Says:

    My dad called in numbers off of a 350 block we have sitting in the garage and they told him it was a V6. aka, a 4.3L…which didn’t come along for a few more years. Obviously it was a 350 because of the 8 cylinders and the rest of the fun stuff that comes along with those compression crazy Small Blocks.

  165. DeltaBluesClassics Says:

    that makes the video even better for me, i’m getting ready to build a 355 for my trans am. in your opinion, is a 355 a good bore for power to get a little more than a 350 base? i’m worried about over bore and making the walls to thin..

  166. MAGGIFUCKER Says:

    No torque secuence on the head removal??? Hummm

  167. creationpassion1 Says:

    hey what channel are you on in kansas

  168. pepper2797 Says:

    Man it would have made this son of a bitches life a whole lot easier if the damn sears blue cure would have gave him a air compressor wit a impact and a air ratchet lol

  169. TheFordsforme Says:

    you forgot to mention how important it is to keep the caps with the rods them came off of

  170. Carpathian2010 Says:

    How about a mini tub install with a 4 link suspension setup, but not a pre fabbed one a custum one.

  171. TyrannicalGOD Says:

    The show should be called ENGINES…not motors…Motors are Electric….INTERNAL COMBUSTION “ENGINE”……

  172. northwoodsgunner Says:

    not only 1973- 1980 c10′s, they had the same basic body style from 73-87, for c/k 10, 20′s and 30′s!

  173. bigal willis Says:

    so should they start calling detroit the electric city? :/

  174. TyrannicalGOD Says:

    jesus christ!..think about what you just said..lol

  175. Scott Carpenter Says:

    jesus christ!..think about what you just said..lol

  176. bigal willis Says:

    its the MOTOR CITY because they build cars with MOTORS in them. they put things in motion reguardless of how they do it they are MOTORS.

  177. videomaniac1075 Says:

    the point is to do this with tools common people can buy easily or already have

  178. iisgod1 Says:

    lol milkshaked oil is a pain to clean

  179. hankeybillfred Says:

    Or just buy another 350 Chevy for $400, why rebuild these turds?

  180. cheapokleebo Says:

    What about the ridges at the top of the cylinders – seems like you should have informed your viewers about using a ridge reamer. Otherwise some poor chump will be trying to beat the cylinders out w/o any luck.

  181. cheapokleebo Says:

    What about the ridges at the top of the cylinders – seems like you should have informed your viewers about using a ridge reamer. Otherwise some poor chump will be trying to beat the cylinders out w/o any luck.

  182. millsowner Says:

    high traction, composit pad. lol so it’s rough plastic right?

  183. UFLPikeCounty Says:

    To be honest, I have never noticed a difference in a 350 and a 355. MAYBE a few more ponies, but I’d shave the head and run forged or flat top pistons. Keith Blacks maybe?

  184. AandWProductions Says:

    350 to 355 is only a .030″ overbore, you are far from making the walls thin. There are people who stroke their engines over 400 cubic inches which requires a .060″ overbore. As far as power goes, the big the the bore of the cylinder is plays them minor part in getting power. It’s the heads, cam, intake, and tuning that play the biggest role.

  185. Antrianna Matthews Says:

    This video really helped me can’t wait to start automotive engineering school in January…. Thanks motorztv

  186. motorztv Says:

    Good luck with your classes!

  187. Antrianna Matthews Says:

    This video really helped me can’t wait to start automotive engineering school in January…. Thanks motorztv

  188. Motorz Says:

    Good luck with your classes!

  189. DeltaBluesClassics Says:

    thanks, what kind of pistons are the best? for a 355 engine in your opinion?

  190. NoobiNoob1000 Says:

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  191. MrDokcrash Says:

    Being a person who has not worked on engines, I was wondering if the 350 engine rebuild is the same process as say a 454 rebuild or building a stroker. Are all the processes involved performed the same for each?

  192. stoneciphes Says:

    Why did you not number the main caps?

  193. jsmithiroc87 Says:

    that pic of the truck is not a 69

  194. ALoutdoornut1 Says:

    I know it’s going to sound crazy but yes there is a 4.3L V8, it was the first V8 that GM made. The 4.3L V8 was definately available in 1994 Caprice. They were not very common though, and they are very weak but did really well on gas, there are several things you can do to it to make a sleeper.. Google a 4.3L V8 and see.

  195. NutsInAvise Says:

    air tools man air tools!!!

  196. NutsInAvise Says:

    air tools man air tools!!!

  197. Cale Byron Says:

    this is not my vid but im working on a 350 to and its fun and some people dont belev me becaus im 14 years old but any way mine is out of a 90s camaro i will make a vid sone

  198. chanceiw5 Says:

    383 stroker

  199. graffitistuff555 Says:

    I need a little help here, to the right of my casting number 3970010 theres a k 1 and the engine vin on the front is scrapped off. also to the right of the time stamp clock which has 12 dots not 10 there is a arrow pointing to a D and above the D there is an A with a 1 beside it and to the right of the arrow there is a N. i was wondering if anyone could help me identify the year of the engine. from what i know im 99.9% sure its a 350 small block, but i could be wrong.

  200. 1500pantera Says:

    hey man im a junior in high school I wanna be an automotive engineer too

  201. juaggloj1990 Says:

    i just picked up a 350 small block 2bolt-main today, and is pretty much half complete, has steel crankshaft, TRW dome pistons .030 (is the .030 an upgrade from stock?), and 195 or 198 heads? how were yous able to confirm the casting numbers? im trying to get the vins verified for free, any online sites to help me with this? i need to kno what car it came out of, i belive its a 74 but thats all i was able to figure out

  202. Jason Wallace Says:

    i just picked up a 350 small block 2bolt-main today, and is pretty much half complete, has steel crankshaft, TRW dome pistons .030 (is the .030 an upgrade from stock?), and 195 or 198 heads? how were yous able to confirm the casting numbers? im trying to get the vins verified for free, any online sites to help me with this? i need to kno what car it came out of, i belive its a 74 but thats all i was able to figure out

  203. MrNiko14 Says:

    do you think you guys could do a video of you guys rebuilding a LS motor???

  204. MrNiko14 Says:

    do you think you guys could do a video of you guys rebuilding a LS motor???

  205. Conquistador19 Says:

    Can someone who’s american tell me just how much would a working / barely working V8 gas engine cost at a junkyard in the states?

  206. Conquistador19 Says:

    Can someone who’s american tell me just how much would a working / barely working V8 gas engine cost at a junkyard in the states?

  207. mozzmann Says:

    Hey Chris , Can I give you a little tip for what it is worth, When I strip an engine I usually mark the Rod Caps & Mains 1 through 8 etc, set them aside numbered so they are all clear of the crank. Then you can lift the crank clear and punch all the Rods and pistons clear with a soft mallet rather than trying to poke each Piston clear in turn with the crank in place.After this loose reassemble the rods etc after prior to cold or hot acid cleaning treatment and your ready for inspection :) .

  208. mozzmann Says:

    Looks like there was a lot of debris floating around in that engine, and in all honest I would be a little concerned as to how straight those Rods were given the uneven wear in the bearings.

  209. mozzmann Says:

    Oh the easiest way of changing the rear plugs in a Camry believe it or not is from underneath , Mu Voyager is the same so up on the Ramps and it as easy as :)

  210. mozzmann Says:

    Oh the easiest way of changing the rear plugs in a Camry believe it or not is from underneath , Mu Voyager is the same so up on the Ramps and it as easy as :)

  211. Akathepriest Says:

    A motor is electric. An Engine is fueled. Funny since this is a car show.

  212. Илья Пегов Says:

    The problem is that the engine block broke and fell into the coolant tsidindry?

  213. yuxin46 Says:

    i see FRAM filter…….sad..

  214. 110800ification Says:

    This show has in part inspired me to pursue my passion for cars and make a career out of it. Thank you Motorz!

  215. neero41 Says:

    would this also work on the 4.3 v6 ?

  216. zBitsnBytes Says:

    Excellent video .. smearing the paint over the numbers 2:25 to help read them was a really cool tip .. thanks!

  217. Loftworthy Says:

    Sometimes people who drive older cars just don’t have a choice; it’s often just one brand making filters and things, like FRAM. I’ve been using FRAM filters on my 1967 car for some time now and I have no problems to report. Parts for older cars are a lot less complex and engineered than parts for new cars anyhow.

  218. Loftworthy Says:

    Sometimes people who drive older cars just don’t have a choice; it’s often just one brand making filters and things, like FRAM. I’ve been using FRAM filters on my 1967 car for some time now and I have no problems to report. Parts for older cars are a lot less complex and engineered than parts for new cars anyhow.

  219. yuxin46 Says:

    glad that K&N make filters for my 75 MINI…

  220. yuxin46 Says:

    glad that K&N make filters for my 75 MINI…

  221. Loftworthy Says:

    I drive a Morris Minor. Uses the same engine as your Mini. However, because it’s from the 60s, it uses an earlier carb, which K&N don’t seem to make a filter for, or at least I haven’t found one. There are K&N style filters available though, but not genuine ones. I’m trying to keep my car as stock as possible though, so I’m keeping the standard air filter box with the removable paper element, and FRAM are they only people who still seem to make them.

  222. Loftworthy Says:

    I drive a Morris Minor. Uses the same engine as your Mini. However, because it’s from the 60s, it uses an earlier carb, which K&N don’t seem to make a filter for, or at least I haven’t found one. There are K&N style filters available though, but not genuine ones. I’m trying to keep my car as stock as possible though, so I’m keeping the standard air filter box with the removable paper element, and FRAM are they only people who still seem to make them.

  223. Hayabusa1300cc Says:

    can you do a ford 302?

  224. Hayabusa1300cc Says:

    can you do a ford 302?

  225. JAy Spencer Says:

    He forgot to number the main caps. That’s really important!

  226. JAy Spencer Says:

    He forgot to number the main caps. That’s really important!

  227. matthew dean Says:

    motorztv, you have helped me so much, i know alot more about bottom end now. i have a 305 in my 78 chevy stepside. i redoin it just and you are, so i needed more help and you guys helped me to the max. thanks

  228. matthew dean Says:

    motorztv, you have helped me so much, i know alot more about bottom end now. i have a 305 in my 78 chevy stepside. i redoin it just and you are, so i needed more help and you guys helped me to the max. thanks

  229. motorztv Says:

    You’re so welcome! Thank you for watching, and good luck with your rebuild!

  230. motorztv Says:

    You’re so welcome! Thank you for watching, and good luck with your rebuild!

  231. Chevy Roberts Says:

    um thats not a 69

  232. Chevy Roberts Says:

    um thats not a 69

  233. Baylen Whitfield Says:

    so informational!

  234. Baylen Whitfield Says:

    so informational!

  235. Sacot Perona Says:

    i pay around $200.00 for a 350 to 455 C.I. V-8 motor , plus tax and a $50.00 core charge and enviromental fee’s. i just pulled a 350 buick 4bbl. out of a ’77 riviera and it was $260.00. it prolly costs more to have someone pull it for you. after i tore it down to a short block i discovered the bearings needed replaced because it sat for awhile, so i guess it falls into the barely running catagory. the rest of ot was good, so it was worth $250.00 just in core parts.

  236. Sacot Perona Says:

    i pay around $200.00 for a 350 to 455 C.I. V-8 motor , plus tax and a $50.00 core charge and enviromental fee’s. i just pulled a 350 buick 4bbl. out of a ’77 riviera and it was $260.00. it prolly costs more to have someone pull it for you. after i tore it down to a short block i discovered the bearings needed replaced because it sat for awhile, so i guess it falls into the barely running catagory. the rest of ot was good, so it was worth $250.00 just in core parts.

  237. Sacot Perona Says:

    no they’re not bad, they’re just inexpensive. i know what’s worse…not changing the oil when it needs it. i think people buy high cost filters then run the oil 3 times longer than it should be for “peace of mind”. kinda’ like $50.00 spark plugs in an old V 8, along with a $30.00 air cleaner element, oh…and i think it needs $85.00 spark plugs wires…(rant much), and 100,000 mile anti freeze….and…and…

  238. Sacot Perona Says:

    no they’re not bad, they’re just inexpensive. i know what’s worse…not changing the oil when it needs it. i think people buy high cost filters then run the oil 3 times longer than it should be for “peace of mind”. kinda’ like $50.00 spark plugs in an old V 8, along with a $30.00 air cleaner element, oh…and i think it needs $85.00 spark plugs wires…(rant much), and 100,000 mile anti freeze….and…and…

  239. Sacot Perona Says:

    that’s what i noticed too, then when i saw those aftermarket pistons and i thought… .030 over prolly. so i figured someones been into that block before and the caps are already stamped.

  240. Sacot Perona Says:

    that’s what i noticed too, then when i saw those aftermarket pistons and i thought… .030 over prolly. so i figured someones been into that block before and the caps are already stamped.

  241. klowny1969 Says:

    Great video..check out my channel for quick and easy tips and tricks!

  242. klowny1969 Says:

    Great video..check out my channel for quick and easy tips and tricks!

  243. kktr1000 Says:

    haha ok, thanks man.

  244. kktr1000 Says:

    haha ok, thanks man.

  245. ilikedabigbooty Says:

    23:09 remove the dillyhopper… LOL

  246. ilikedabigbooty Says:

    23:09 remove the dillyhopper… LOL

  247. ArcadeGames Says:

    I can’t find were the hearts go?

  248. ArcadeGames Says:

    I can’t find were the hearts go?

  249. mrcokez1 Says:

    this show is awesome.

  250. mrcokez1 Says:

    this show is awesome.

  251. mrcokez1 Says:

    please dont ever stop making this show.

  252. mrcokez1 Says:

    please dont ever stop making this show.

  253. Diesel Power Says:

    i would absolutely love to have a job like this

  254. Diesel Power Says:

    i would absolutely love to have a job like this

  255. SirExcuseMeSir Says:

    great educational vid truly learned a lot

  256. mrChevyJones63 Says:

    I enjoyed this as I do most of your vids but I have a question, where did you find a 350 block for under $100?

  257. George Day Says:

    Attention: Whenever tearing down an engine, ALWAYS remove the bolts or nuts on the intake manifold, heads, and crankshaft from the outside to inside in a circular pattern (opposite torque sequence) to prevent warping!!!!!!!

  258. Diana O Says:

    the pic of that truck is a 1974-1980

  259. 14medlak Says:

    My dad and I are in the process or rebuilding a nearly exact same 350. Same casting number. Will use your videos as references. Thanks!

  260. slanus13 Says:

    I am looking at a block with the same stock number as this and I was wondering where the oil pressure sending unit goes. It looks like that is it behind the intake manifold. Chris has his hand on it at 8:56 and then at 9:19 it is gone. Is that the oil pressure sending unit for this block?

  261. Homerhey Says:

    3970010 i came to determine many years back was so widely used from 327 to 350′s, 2 bolt mains to 4 bolt mains that the best way to describe it is a factory 4″ bore sbc.. The numbers out front on the left side he used paint on usually tell the truth. These blocks were made as 2 bolt mains and modified to 4bolt for certain applications. People swear they are all 4bolts but the only Guarantee is its a factor 4″ bore block.

  262. Stephen Bagnell Says:

    that 350 is a post 1987 block, you can ll by the identification number on the back. the big GM letters are the give away.

  263. smartacus88 Says:

    Great video… I’m a newbie, so i’m just wondering if this engine would be good in a mid-size 4×4? Like a Blazer

  264. crank shaft Says:

    the truck they pulled it out of was a 1980s chevy truck not a 69 see on 1:38

  265. heya erin Says:

    hey smartacus88, find a 454 4bt main, eagle makes awesome stroker kits or take the bbc to a local machine shop and bore it beyond what ppl are scared of, (1.25 over would be good) find a good set of kb pistons (9:5 1) and a steel crank and balance it all with a good set of billet stroker rods…use a set of dart pro 1 heads and a dual quad demon camped out on a tunnel ram, get a small nitrous kit maybe a 3 stage 500 shot and blow the heads sky high, dont waste your time with chevy,go HEMI.!!!

  266. Anthony Leon Says:

    This is video #1 woot im gonna have a lot of fun! thanks. Chronological order of rebuild in the notes, Thanks!

  267. 104trucker Says:

    of course it would! that’s what they came with.

  268. jeremiah patterson Says:

    ok quick question when you pulled the head you didn’t go in any kind of pattern if you just pull them will you warp the heads ??

  269. reddeath1944able Says:

    yeah, thats what a blazer comes with 350sb

  270. chevdog chevrolet Says:

    so I bought 350with four barrel Rochester and its an Orange 350 its got eldobrock intake its a local truck and was told it had a create in it how do I no what 350 engine that I just bought

  271. Sami Timonen Says:

    just found this channel and love it! this will help in the future

  272. theexpendable11 Says:

    im 16 and am about to do my first total rebuild on a 350 smallblock. i want to put forged internals in it cause i know later on its gonna get a supercharger. any certain internals i should use? and what after market air intake should i get?

  273. vin7s Says:

    dam, talking about a blown head gasket

  274. ChordMaster11 Says:

    That engine being from that era did you have to worry about any asbestos in the gaskets? the reason i ask is because i have a 350 from around that time i want to rebuild

  275. knockout35189 Says:

    thank you for a nice video.

  276. Nick GT Says:

    Start with the crank, pistons, rods.

  277. motorztv Says:

    Thank you for watching Motorz!

  278. Metman2J Says:

    When you pulled the oil drain plug it reminded me of the head gasket issue on a Honda I used to have. Pulled the head off and one of the cylinders was full of coolant.

  279. 773nova Says:

    You guys are awesome, Great job!

  280. motorztv Says:

    Thank you for the comment and for subscribing to our channel!

  281. 1chumley1 Says:

    Awesome series. They are very informative and inspire confidence to take on projects.

  282. Jacob Hanline Says:

    I’m going to drop one of there’s bad boys in a 1993 jeep yj

  283. MrOnionDip Says:

    how come you don’t pop all those bolts off with an air wrench?

  284. motorztv Says:

    We always try to show hand tools instead of air tools whenever possible

  285. leftylethborg Says:

    fully qualified mechanic by trade and even i learn a lot from watching these shows cheers

  286. motorztv Says:

    Thank you for the awesome comment and for watching Motorz!

  287. j money Says:

    I love the channel. I am 16 years old i have an 86 Monte Carlo with a 305. I am pretty mechanically inclined. This channel has helped me so much with rebuilding my motor.

  288. Motorz Says:

    Glad to have helped. Thanks forw atching!

  289. dtrujillo187 Says:

    You buttholes did a good job!

  290. klhope88 Says:

    That probly was the original motor because that was not a 69 Chevy haha that was post 72 model

  291. Thunderchin Says:

    Isn’t there something more…satisfying…about hand tools?

  292. Luke Sileo Says:

    this reminds me of me and my dad putting together our 305 HO small block chevy. runs great, does not smoke. saving it for a 1957 chevy 2 dr post car of mine.

  293. colby stanley Says:

    These shows have helped. I am working on a 83 trans am 305 and the parts and tool used to tear apart and rebuild the engine were great . thanks for the all you guys do and hope to see those cars .

  294. chevysled54 Says:

    Are you able to pull the camshift with the lufters still in block?

  295. chevysled54 Says:

    Lifters*

  296. Xavier Barksdale Says:

    No lifters need to be removed if done right u can break an engine down in thirty mins

  297. amhater Says:

    Cool show, but why is it called “Motorz” if you work on engines?

  298. Motorz Says:

    Probably for the same reason that Motor Trend covers companies like General Motors and Ford Motor Company who also work on engines :)

  299. amhater Says:

    ….touché….

  300. jeff carlson Says:

    Does anyone know where I can get a Chevy small block to rebuild I live in Utah

  301. TheMichael1342 Says:

    I have a camaro z28 1997 :)

  302. Justin Campbell Says:

    I have a motor sittin in my shed I was wondering if you could tell me what it is this is the numbers on the back of the motor next to the flywheel 3970020 and here is the numbers on the front of the motor T0413CTK and if you want you can email me let me know bubba3663@yahoo.com

  303. ModelKing1000 Says:

    That truck was a 1973-1987 Chevy C/K series pickup. Not a 1969.

  304. Honor of Týr Says:

    Car, truck, or corvette. What is the corvette then, a spaceship?

  305. dmodmodmo Says:

    My god, this is so incredibly well-presented. THANK YOU.

  306. Motorz Says:

    Thank YOU! Comments like yours make doing it all worth it!

  307. froglobster Says:

    I learned from the first 15 minutes only but thats ok

  308. froglobster Says:

    I thought Chevys were even in Utah, TGIC (Thank God I’m Canadian)

  309. DemocracyOfHypocrisy Says:

    ??

  310. vitalTubing Says:

    Did someone just use radiator coolant as engine oil? That explains the green liquid out of oil pan and the extreme friction on pistons?

  311. richard smith Says:

    this is awesome. i really wanna rebuild an engine. thanks so much guys

  312. Alvarezcorvette357 Says:

    I learn a lot thanks!

  313. Truly McCone Says:

    Thanks for the videos! But who needs a “truck bed step” I mean really, you step on the damn tire to get up there!

  314. OK83CHEVY Says:

    Thanks !

  315. EIBBOR2654 Says:

    One question, didn’t see anything on marking the placement of the main bearing caps nor the piston rods, did you explain that in another video or did I miss it? I’ve rebuilt many Chevy engines from Corvair to big blocks. I was taught that bearing caps are bored to the block & position & should go back to the same order due to changes in the motor after many hours of running. The rods also need to be marked to position & the caps marked so they go back as a matched pair. Continued next post.

  316. EIBBOR2654 Says:

    #2 That is unless the rods are to be replaced with new ones. I know the mains were honed but I’ve seen some that were put back in mixed positions were a lot of metal had to be removed to realign them or they had to be replaced. I’ve used number stamps to mark them, mains 1 – 5. The rods marked #1 piston rod 1 & cap 1 the same for the rest in position order. Without doing that your in for trouble later on. Good videos & tips though. I’m getting ready to restore my 68 Camaro & the updates help.

  317. Dub Chills Says:

    Motor: a machine, especially one powered by electricity or internal combustion, that supplies motive power for a vehicle or for another device with moving parts.

  318. nezerac Says:

    Man it’s a good show! I usually don’t watch shows with ad segments but I found myself interested in all the stuff you guys had on this episode. Also I’ve never torn down a v8 so it was really informative. I think you guys just earned yourselves a new subscriber!

  319. denco28 Says:

    Yeah, that is the 73-87 body style. It’s probably a ’79 and that is the original engine for the truck.

  320. Cristian Rios Says:

    Hey I got a 2010 Mustang and can you help me to make more power

  321. zeppelin67637 Says:

    Best way to tear down a Chevy 350 is to leave it in the car, toss a brick on the gas pedal. Start it, walk away. Got get a Dodge or a Ford.

  322. v8madd Says:

    Didn’t number anything ! Even if the rods aren’t being used again , It’s good practice to always number parts ,

  323. MrRain1960 Says:

    Do you have any videos on how to rebuild a 250ci straight six?

  324. TheBdawg921 Says:

    Hey Chris, I was wondering if you could help me with a problem I have. I am currently trying to get my 1971 Dodge W200 Power Wagon running. The truck has been sitting for about 6 years. When I tried to start it, flames shot up through the carburetor when the engine started up. What causes this problem and how can I fix it? Thanks!

  325. Tallerico500 Says:

    Well presented and very informative. :)

  326. Daniel Estrada Says:

    so what is the cubic inches now? instead of 350?

  327. zane cheek Says:

    355

  328. Kyle Wilson Says:

    I have 93 c1500 with rebuilt 350 and it has some knocking. Ive narrowed it down to two things. Either piston slap or rod knocking. The sound kinda goes away when driving or revving really high. Any thoughts?

  329. Blackstar722R Says:

    If It’s a 350, and the years were from 69 to 79, and has 370 HP, This is the 1970 LT-1 from the Corvette?

  330. Blackstar722R Says:

    That look like the past owner put coolant liquid into the oil inlet

  331. Tomas Jujitsu Says:

    aint ya suppose to break the bolts in a certain order ?

  332. Tomas Jujitsu Says:

    I honestly think this dude is a paid actor …

  333. ViperForce21 Says:

    he got that for under $100?! WHERE!?!?! I need one

  334. kin yaets Says:

    this tear down is good for any v-8 motor ( 283 – 455 cu. in. )

  335. Dominick John Says:

    mmm… I love this video so much, it made me pull my own crank… just for fun… he said that’s what we should do

  336. مخاوي الخطوط Says:

    Thanks very good very nice

  337. basiccable19 Says:

    Can this video be used to see how to tear down a small block 305 not a 350?

  338. Steve S Says:

    These engines being orange really gets on my nerves.

  339. Kevin Ott Says:

    I enjoy your videos,it explains everything clearly and they have helped me learn how to work on the sbc,keep up the good work !

  340. cybertree Says:

    Wow now I see why people love these engines, so simple and easy to work on, savin’ up for one now! ~I’m diggin’ that craftsman universal tool set too, no no, I have enough tools, stop.

  341. pieter vanham Says:

    Make sure you change the gasket before putting on the block

  342. Max Daniel Says:

    It’s a different engine in it… started as 2 bolt and 12 minutes in its a 4 bolt? Hmmmm.

  343. pieter vanham Says:

    Dam. that’s one tear down

  344. liam shirley Says:

    Can the Engine fit in to a 1970 to a 1981 Chevy camaro

  345. journeyquest1 Says:

    BS the head didnt just drop off without a fight. Show us how you really did it, instead of making it look so easy.

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