Chris Duke shows you how to complete the rebuild of a Chevy 350 V8 small block engine, featuring products from Trans-Dapt, Holley, and PerformanceParts.com.

Episode Links

Craftsman at Sears
AMP Research
MAHLE Motorsports
Trans-Dapt
Holley Performance Products
PerformanceParts.com

Partz Mentions

Craftsman at Sears
Brush Research Manufacturing
Stifflers Automotive and Suspension Products
HushMat

Episode Notes

The long-awaited finale to our 5-episode series showing you how to rebuild a Chevy small block engine is here! With the teardownmachine shopbottom end rebuild, and top end rebuild episodes complete, there’s just one thing left to do–finish it! In this episode Chris shows you how to put together all the remaining pieces from Trans-Dapt, Holley, and PerformanceParts.com.

Note: There’s been a lot of confusion and questions about the Demon brand. We talked with Holley and they informed us that Holley’s parent company purchased Demon out of bankruptcy, but they are being ran as separate brands.

This episode features Olivia Korte as our Motorz Girl and also has our regular segments, Partz and Letterz. In “Partz”, Chris talks about the new Craftsman Figure 8 wrench, honing tools from BRM, suspension products from Stiffler’s, and sound deadening material from HushMat.

As always, be sure to stick around to watch our out-takes at the very end!

Engine Rebuild Series

Watch the complete 5-part engine rebuild series from start to finish!

1. Tear Down

2. Machine Shop

3. Bottom End

4. Top End

5. Finale

Music

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

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Disclaimer

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212 Responses to “Small Block Finale”

  1. MrMega850 Says:

    first

  2. 94jbmx Says:

    first!

  3. aLexOFWGKTA Says:

    Yes, looking forward to another Motorz vid!

  4. DackIsBack Says:

    3nrd

  5. PBballer23list Says:

    fail!

  6. 89Carfreak Says:

    I was wondering what became of you guys, good to see you are still with us. I love your videos and your chanel, I have “Like”ed all your videos too. Thanks for another great video!

  7. motorztv Says:

    This one was a long time coming, our apologies… but hopefully it was worth the wait! Thanks for watching!

  8. Redpearl98 Says:

    My God, I cant believe this video series has taken almost a year

  9. motorztv Says:

    9 months, to be accurate… with a few unrelated episodes along the way :) Thanks for watching!

  10. andrenj1970 Says:

    nice but it would be even better to se LSX series motors.

  11. TheGetawayer Says:

    Always great to see a new episode of your show, Chris ! A big thumbs up from germany !

  12. iworkforbudlight Says:

    Man your videos are great quality. thanks for sharing

  13. StillBallinDriftTeam Says:

    Nice lookin chevy

  14. asyoulikeitvideos Says:

    You’re back! Awesome!!!

  15. JimPrower Says:

    The BRM brushes have been really covered a lot in the manufacturing mags that I’ve been getting at work, especially in CNC machining centers for deburring thru holes.

  16. 0602720noeflores Says:

    Do these steps go to the 305 as well /?

  17. oli8181 Says:

    thanks for making this videos, plz keep making more!!! :)

  18. 003Mexicano Says:

    wow another great episode :) me and a friend are about to start a project, not exactly like this but similar lol were going to rebuild and turbo the engine, hopefully it comes out good. thanks for another awesome episode

  19. SuperEpiphonelespaul Says:

    The new girl is hot. lucky you!!

  20. brian buehler Says:

    The new girl is hot. lucky you!!

  21. s0nnyburnett Says:

    Not a sensor in sight, must be nice.

  22. spelunkerd Says:

    Why do you have to put the #1 cylinder at TDC before installing valve covers? Is it so that later, when you install the timing chain, you don’t have to move it to TDC later?

  23. spelunkerd Says:

    Did you say the harmonic balancer center bolt is torqued to only 20 ft lbs? I thought it was a lot tighter than that….

  24. 35057 Says:

    Uuuugh.. I’ve had such a bad run-in with Craftsman lately.. Still a little bitter.

  25. 35057 Says:

    And thanks you, Chris, for not gouping the crap out of everything with RTV. That’d become a pet-peeve with me lately.

  26. 35057 Says:

    Most vehicles have an initial torque to ~360 ft/lbs, bu then you replace the bolt with a new one and torque to 20-30 ft/lbs. But he kind of covered the 300-someodd ft/lbs with the install tool..

  27. Bayer-Z28 Says:

    Uuuugh.. I’ve had such a bad run-in with Craftsman lately.. Still a little bitter.

  28. dame12712 Says:

    Nice I’m going to try it how much did it cost for the rebuild kit

  29. mixbox2 Says:

    NGK spark plugs? Oops

  30. mixbox2 Says:

    NGK spark plugs? Oops

  31. prerunnermaniac Says:

    Another great episode Chris. Next should be a 302 build.

  32. Ahkomaton Says:

    Why is there a certain order of hooking up the spark plug wires?

  33. LYinKansas Says:

    the firing order is cast into the intake manifold. even the aftermarket ones have them cast on i believe?

  34. stalker7d7 Says:

    If you guys still need a car for that engine you can use my ’83 Camaro Berlinetta (which you could overhaul and make a series out of). I’d also be willing to help do everything. Call it an internship. *wink wink*

  35. ak47popoff Says:

    cool vid man!

  36. Duhminished Says:

    is this in your garage? and can u show us how to install trubo into a civic si

  37. skulledmonte84 Says:

    Great videos,Watch just about all of the sbc builds, but would have been nice to hear “what not to do”lol An at 8:57 why is the Distributor Vacuum Advance pointing at drives side an not passenger side ? does it not matter?

  38. TheJaky1515 Says:

    Dosent matter how you ajust as long as its top dead center on each piston

  39. Juan Alvarez Says:

    Hey Chris I got a 05 Ford Taurus v6 3.0 flex and I have a check engine light on for almost half a year now. I had to replace the coil pack, spark plug wires, fuel filter, and the o2 sensors. I thought replacing those parts would turn the light off, but it just kept showing new codes. The lastest code i have is a p2272 o2 sensor stuck lean bank 2. When i was putting in the o2 sensors i had to take off some vacuum lines to get to the ones in the back. They don’t seem to be taking in any air. I know this car is notorious with vacuum leaks, the other day I pushed on the intake manifold tuning valve and it sound like it was taking in air. Could you help me Chris thanks.

  40. wbc564 Says:

    the magnum is NOT a muscle car. neither is the charger anymore, its a sedan now.

  41. TheFordsforme Says:

    alot of folks turn down the chevy two bolt main blocks and they are gm rated to 500 hp look it up.

  42. UltFrizz Says:

    If you actually had to pay for all the parts and machining, what would the approx cost have been?

  43. slayer360150 Says:

    now we’re gunna wait another 3 months just to see what they put it in

  44. hopsinzandel Says:

    the distributor was put in backwords not like it matters ha

  45. MrHeavychevy69 Says:

    Don’t you have to fill the oil filter with oil before installing?

  46. Goststriker Says:

    If it’s a huge oil filter then sure. Most of the time you won’t need to though.

  47. aLexOFWGKTA Says:

    Hey Motorz, when will you have some new vids out?

  48. motorztv Says:

    We’re feverishly working on the next episode. They just take time to complete since Chris does all the editing himself still. Thanks for hanging in there!

  49. MRSROCKINROBIN Says:

    Do the heads have a coating on them? If not why did you not paint them, they’re cast iron….This was a great series, just one more question….. Why did the girl not get greasy????.Merrie-Merrie

  50. MRSROCKINROBIN Says:

    Do the heads have a coating on them? If not why did you not paint them, they’re cast iron…. This was a great series, just one more question….. Why did the girl not get greasy???? . Merrie-Merrie

  51. EndIessIy Says:

    Take your time, stuff like this can’t be rushed. I’m trying to rebuild the 5.0, in my 1987 Camaro, after i get all the body work and etc done before the body gets wasted.But thank Chris for all his hard work for me please and great job with these episodes.

  52. motorztv Says:

    Thank you. And you’re right… you have to take your time with these builds.

  53. helen geer Says:

    I think my sons would be more interested.

  54. my94holden Says:

    um i rebuilt my 350 i was so happy with myself it ony lasted an hour tho so iam starting again

  55. theotherguy22819 Says:

    How much horse power you think this 350 will make?

  56. Dave Manning Says:

    How much horse power you think this 350 will make?

  57. 1972FordF150 Says:

    Demon isn’t a Holley brand LOL

  58. motorztv Says:

    It is… they sent it to us for the episode :)

  59. Motorz Says:

    It is… they sent it to us for the episode :)

  60. 1972FordF150 Says:

    Well that’s weird, last I heard of Demon it was some guy that independently owned Demon. Maybe he sold out??

  61. motorztv Says:

    It’s confusing… we haven’t figured it out either. But it was their part ;)

  62. 1972FordF150 Says:

    Well that’s weird, last I heard of Demon it was some guy that independently owned Demon. Maybe he sold out??

  63. TLOU386 Says:

    Hey Chris quick question,I have the same engine but I’m having problems with the starter grinding from time to time,have you ever ran into that problem? Do u think a mini starter would fix all my problems because at this point I’m fed up

  64. 454gabby Says:

    The distributor was installed backwards,the vacuum advance should be towards the front of the engine not the rear.

  65. 454gabby Says:

    Actually demon is not affiliated to holley in anyway….Demon is owned and created by Barry Grant.

  66. 454gabby Says:

    Actually demon is not affiliated to holley in anyway….Demon is owned and created by Barry Grant.

  67. AS DriftForce Says:

    this video was uploaded on my birthday!

  68. videomaniac1075 Says:

    do a video on the hushmat!

  69. Jon Janzen Says:

    bary grant the guy that owned demon screwed the company over and went bankrupt so holley bought it not that long ago maybe a couple months

  70. 1972FordF150 Says:

    That makes sense, Holley’s website still hasn’t updated that Demon is one of their product lines lol

  71. redneck048 Says:

    How about more detail on adjusting the valves? An important step in engine assembly, but you did not say much about it.

  72. VanHalenBand Says:

    How much did this cost in total, and did you ever dyno the motor?

  73. 1slos10 Says:

    Barry Grant went bankrupt, and Holley bought the name and patents on all of his parts, and they are now selling the Demon brand as part of Holley products line.

  74. jf11time Says:

    How come you didn’t put oil in it and prime the oil pump before you put the dist. in? Wouldn’t that make since?

  75. Lee Majors Says:

    How come you didn’t put oil in it and prime the oil pump before you put the dist. in? Wouldn’t that make since?

  76. Lee Majors Says:

    How come you didn’t put oil in it and prime the oil pump before you put the dist. in? Wouldn’t that make since?

  77. PRSCheVelle Says:

    Skipping alot of cridical steps of valve adjustment,, should have shown more on that,, TDC and adjust in fire order, As you turn the motor over your slowy wiping off the assembly lube off the cam , which is cridical for break in ,, if you do it in fire order the cam will on have only rotated one time, which would be better for the assembly lube and alot easier than skipping around !!

  78. LTPJustin Says:

    About how much was actually spent on this? im looking into doing some work like this and kinda need some info on the budget??

  79. Thunderchin Says:

    I wonder if the steps could (at least partially) transfer to a BMW S65 engine. Or just the tips on engine rebuilds in general.

  80. Justin Shutt Says:

    sorry guys but Demon Carburetion is it’s own company; no affiliation between them and holley performance products. Holley only owns : weiand, hooker headers, nitrous oxide systems, earls performance plumbing, and flowtech exhaust. Demon Carburetion | BG Fuel Systems© Demon Fuel Systems, Inc.Demon Carburetion™ & BG Fuel Systems are registered trademarks of Demon Fuel Systems, Inc.

  81. BigBoyMurray1987 Says:

    can i buy this engine from you guys

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  83. Canadianhuh Says:

    How much was the total cost of this project?

  84. XanderxXxCageX Says:

    is this reliable enough to work on my LT1 for my trans am?

  85. 1500pantera Says:

    I would like to know that too

  86. videomaniac1075 Says:

    iv been using it, so far no issues but the valve adjustments

  87. Nitro888888888888888 Says:

    What about the starter and flex plate

  88. Nate Albrant Says:

    What about the starter and flex plate

  89. rogerstaley90 Says:

    he put the distributor on backwards lol

  90. Joshua8336 Says:

    he put the distributor in backwards… the advance is supposed to point at the #8 cylinder.

  91. Andrew Schreefer Says:

    you most certainly do not need am impact wrench to install a harmonic balancer or need to be “super man”. all you need is a large crescent wrench. thats what i used and box wrench media does a far better job helping you with the rebuild

  92. motorztv Says:

    If we point the distributor to the #8 we would have had a very limited adjustment in the timing due to our intake manifold. We put our vac advance in this position for clearance reasons. Thanks for watching!

  93. Motorz Says:

    If we point the distributor to the #8 we would have had a very limited adjustment in the timing due to our intake manifold. We put our vac advance in this position for clearance reasons. Thanks for watching!

  94. Joshua8336 Says:

    so wait. you can run a small block timed like this? might have to give it a go. rebuilding a 327 at the moment!

  95. Andrew Schreefer Says:

    theres no way in hell you stabbed that distributor in first shot

  96. Andrew Schreefer Says:

    just type in box wrench media on google. They have a 3 hr dvd on an entire teardown and rebuild of a typical v8 gas engine

  97. redrumredrum89 Says:

    What was the grand total for the parts? please

  98. twomontess Says:

    Since when did Holley make a Demon carb?

  99. Taron84329405 Says:

    Ehat was the grand total?

  100. ricknova1973 Says:

    Holley and Barry grant worked together that’s how the demon came about twomontes

  101. Fungus Exterminator Says:

    Hey guys, I need to borrow your helper to put the finishing touches on my sbc, too. You guys need to share. It’s the American way!

  102. Mike Rotchburns Says:

    You do not need an impact wrench to put on a vibration damper. All you do is heat it up in the oven and slip it on free of tools.

  103. ctheisen84 Says:

    i can see that lady would help your rattings. wow she cute.

  104. Dave Manning Says:

    when will we see it running?!?!?!?!

  105. uhBeans Says:

    how much would all of this even end up costing someone?

  106. uhBeans Says:

    how much would all of this even end up costing someone?

  107. MrMSA90 Says:

    Holley bought them out i think

  108. MrMSA90 Says:

    Holley bought them out i think

  109. BBVDZX14 Says:

    I noticed that you didn’t install the Cam thrust plate. Did I miss that part? Also, noticed you used cork gaskets. Was this because of cost vs. Felpro’s updated gasket set? A little tip I picked up to use with cork and paper gaskets (carb gasket). Just like you “coat” the oil filter lightly with oil, you can coat the cork gaskets on the oil pan, the valve covers, along with the paper Dist. gasket, and carb gasket with a light coat of moly grease, try that and they NEVER dry out!

  110. BBVDZX14 Says:

    I noticed that you didn’t install the Cam thrust plate. Did I miss that part? Also, noticed you used cork gaskets. Was this because of cost vs. Felpro’s updated gasket set? A little tip I picked up to use with cork and paper gaskets (carb gasket). Just like you “coat” the oil filter lightly with oil, you can coat the cork gaskets on the oil pan, the valve covers, along with the paper Dist. gasket, and carb gasket with a light coat of moly grease, try that and they NEVER dry out!

  111. BBVDZX14 Says:

    Realistically, depending on the motor, you can see an average price of $750-$1500 just to do a “long block”. But, depending on what you want to do with your motor, how much horsepower to you want to make… and of course, how deep are your pockets? To do a complete basic motor… $2000-3000 dollars is common. Price all depends on your choices in parts… and those are endless.

  112. BBVDZX14 Says:

    Realistically, depending on the motor, you can see an average price of $750-$1500 just to do a “long block”. But, depending on what you want to do with your motor, how much horsepower to you want to make… and of course, how deep are your pockets? To do a complete basic motor… $2000-3000 dollars is common. Price all depends on your choices in parts… and those are endless.

  113. jajajaja2006 Says:

    4:26 I ignition timing is a hard this for me to understand…

  114. jajajaja2006 Says:

    4:26 I ignition timing is a hard this for me to understand…

  115. jajajaja2006 Says:

    4:37

  116. jajajaja2006 Says:

    4:37

  117. Jonathan Leon Says:

    what was the cost of al the parts to complete the rebuild? thanks, and i am currently trying to rebuild a 350 small block myself for the first time so im glad i ran into your show. i love it

  118. Jonathan Leon Says:

    what was the cost of al the parts to complete the rebuild? thanks, and i am currently trying to rebuild a 350 small block myself for the first time so im glad i ran into your show. i love it

  119. tommy73camaro Says:

    heating a damper in an oven will damage the rubber between the hub and inertia ring.that is also why you should not install one with a hammer

  120. tommy73camaro Says:

    heating a damper in an oven will damage the rubber between the hub and inertia ring.that is also why you should not install one with a hammer

  121. Mike Rotchburns Says:

    well ive been buildin motors like that since 1987 and all of those motors stil run to this day so obviously heating them in an oven does work

  122. Mike Rotchburns Says:

    well ive been buildin motors like that since 1987 and all of those motors stil run to this day so obviously heating them in an oven does work

  123. luccerio Says:

    Love the show

  124. luccerio Says:

    Love the show

  125. motorztv Says:

    Thanks for watching!

  126. motorztv Says:

    Thanks for watching!

  127. matthew mckenzie Says:

    is there a vid of this motor in a car running?

  128. matthew mckenzie Says:

    is there a vid of this motor in a car running?

  129. motorztv Says:

    Not yet, Matthew. But we are planning to put it in a vehicle this season (6) which we’re about to start filming :)

  130. motorztv Says:

    Not yet, Matthew. But we are planning to put it in a vehicle this season (6) which we’re about to start filming :)

  131. sixty9fordkiller Says:

    that brand new carburetor alone will set you back about $450. The intake manifold about $150. The dart iron heads will run you about $650ish. The hydraulic roller cam setup (with the lifters) about $500. the rotating assembly about $900ish. then there is still engine prepping and gasket sets and sheet metal & accessories.

  132. sixty9fordkiller Says:

    that brand new carburetor alone will set you back about $450. The intake manifold about $150. The dart iron heads will run you about $650ish. The hydraulic roller cam setup (with the lifters) about $500. the rotating assembly about $900ish. then there is still engine prepping and gasket sets and sheet metal & accessories.

  133. scumdog88 Says:

    why did you have the vacuum advance pointing at the drivers side? when ever i set a distributor i always pointed the advance at the passengers side back valvecover bolt. just wondering. that distibutor looked like it was in a backwards the position.

  134. scumdog88 Says:

    why did you have the vacuum advance pointing at the drivers side? when ever i set a distributor i always pointed the advance at the passengers side back valvecover bolt. just wondering. that distibutor looked like it was in a backwards the position.

  135. motorztv Says:

    This question was answered in a previous comment Q&A, but the answer was that it was installed in the correct position.

  136. motorztv Says:

    This question was answered in a previous comment Q&A, but the answer was that it was installed in the correct position.

  137. scumdog88 Says:

    ooooooooooookkkkkk i guess i scroll through and try and find it then.

  138. scumdog88 Says:

    ooooooooooookkkkkk i guess i scroll through and try and find it then.

  139. mike schiffel Says:

    You didn’t fill the oil filter with any oil…..Why not ??

  140. mike schiffel Says:

    You didn’t fill the oil filter with any oil…..Why not ??

  141. rivervalleyray Says:

    Doesn’t a roller cam need a cam thrust bearing and cam button to keep it from walking and damaging the block or timing chain cover?

  142. rivervalleyray Says:

    Doesn’t a roller cam need a cam thrust bearing and cam button to keep it from walking and damaging the block or timing chain cover?

  143. motorztv Says:

    We won’t put oil in the engine until we put it into a vehicle to run :)

  144. motorztv Says:

    We won’t put oil in the engine until we put it into a vehicle to run :)

  145. Kortney Echelbarger Says:

    Thanks helped a lot.

  146. Kortney Echelbarger Says:

    Thanks helped a lot.

  147. dee jay Says:

    shes hot and she named all the tools without hesitation.. im in love

  148. alexrod71497 Says:

    I like it that you guys do a lot of videos on mustangs

  149. George Day Says:

    Its a shame that this engine is going to develop leaks. A lot of the gaskets did not have sealer applied to them. Everyone has their favorite sealer for those gaskets, mine happens to be Hi-Tack by Permatex.

  150. Josh Hurely Says:

    they said because of clearance issues with their specific intake manifold, but all stock chevy 350’s will have the vacuum advance facing the passenger side valve cover like you stated.

  151. Homerhey Says:

    @ George..You mention leaks. I would be more concerned with the Chrome stuff causing the leaks.No amount of silicone or hi-tack will overcome that super slick chrome surface. I always grind the gasket side of anything chrome to make something for the stuff to adhere to.But what i think should be mentioned is when the block was cleaned,all plugs knocked out that under the rear main cap is a small oil galley plug that was out so it could be cleaned proper. Without it there is NO oil pressure.

  152. Saul Vargas Says:

    felicitaciones los videos estan excelentes

  153. Saul Vargas Says:

    congratulations

  154. Mudrabbit308 Says:

    how much for the engine?

  155. SixFootGiant Says:

    Here is a question that I see get asked a lot. How far should the Harmonic Balancer be from the Timing Cover, rear edge of balancer to front of timing cover?

  156. jimmyptb1 Says:

    chrome on oil pan gasket surface should be cleared of chrome.or you will pay for it later.

  157. THECaptainPlanetHD Says:

    why doesn’t the hot chick build it damn it!

  158. ThunderHead289 Says:

    lol so very true. chrome is very unforgiving in many areas

  159. ThunderHead289 Says:

    carb spacers are actually a very effective way to eliminate the regular heat transfer from engine to carb that can actually cause some serious running issues, especially in motors with some descent power. especially holleys due to fuel pressure and expansion irregularities. engine looks awesome

  160. Александр Бражник Says:

    Понравилось хорошее и полезное видио !

  161. Keith Brettell Says:

    Any idea of the HP that this motor puts out now?

  162. Triscuitwells1242 Says:

    How about now?

  163. Tim Kalashnik Says:

    Im interested in restoring a 65 mustang fast back and I was wondering what engine you would prefer in it. I heard of a 2jz but I love the muscle car rev. You guys are awesome.

  164. Swazi Says:

    FYI that demon carb is Barry Grant not a holly

  165. popolynn2 Says:

    Jesus, that top end got expensive quickly

  166. Domnaek Says:

    wow, beautiful

  167. Dilly Bar Says:

    if you were to do this whole build what is a good estimate of the final cost?

  168. Dylan Gilbertson Says:

    Wish I could get my 350 rebuilt… lost SO much power, I cant even pay for new spark plugs let alone a $600 holly carb!

  169. Bruningable Says:

    What is the estimated hp-output of this 350 with this setup? Greetings!

  170. JobeMinacum Says:

    Swap in a cheap old truck 454. No replacement for displacement!

  171. Co Carr Says:

    I would go with a 383 Chevy. Can’t go wrong with it. ;)

  172. Dustin Holtz Says:

    why would you run a mechanical fuel pump on a rebuild like this ?

  173. SuperVetteguy Says:

    i hope you plan to pre oil the engine

  174. hinkleykid Says:

    roughly how mutch did it cost you to build this motor?

  175. sebastian chavez Says:

    big blocks are for dudes with small cocks, there’s nothing wrong with small block power my friend!!!

  176. 2damnkwik Says:

    to much chromealum. timing cover so much better

  177. David Cannon Says:

    A big block is much heavier if it doesn’t make the HP of the small block,it’s just a boat anchor! ! Horsepower to weight ratio.

  178. James Byrne Says:

    What is a flex plate and what happened to it?

  179. altops Says:

    why arnt the iron heads painted orange too?

  180. brian74081 Says:

    WHY DIDN’T THE HEADS GET PAINTED? THAT BLOCK WILL LOOK NICE WHEN THOSE HEADS ARE RUSTY

  181. MrWilly817 Says:

    thanks for the help will the 305 be the same way i have a 1978 chevy c10 im trying to put in just incase i want to rebuilt it later ?

  182. Angel Tapia Says:

    till what year on chevy will it be the same process of rebuild

  183. OK83CHEVY Says:

    Thanks guys i learnd today!

  184. Motorz Says:

    Thank YOU for watching Motorz!

  185. mahdiblazer Says:
  186. adam thompson Says:

    Iron heads just get cleared. Dont want your engine bay looking like a pumpkin patch.

  187. عاشق نيسان Says:

    Very nice How high can the weight of cylinders giving electric spark in a timely manner?? Also open the door entry and exit of air exhaust in a timely manner? Are there any books on the Internet to learn mechanics? Thank you really beautiful

  188. Leonard Desantos Says:

    I have a 92 Camaro rs it has a v6 in it I was woundering what v8 motor would fit in its place with out any modifaction to it thinking that a 350 would what do you think need your help please

  189. Gary Johnson Says:

    A 350 will fit into your 92 camaro, since it was also installed with that engine

  190. Chris Featherly Says:

    @Leonard.. if you are doing a V-6 to V-8 swap you are in for a lot of work. You can put any chevy V-8 you want into it but, you will need to change out the V-6 motor mounts on your frame, you will need a bigger radiator, atleast a TH350 or a 700R-4 trans, and a long list of other things… The swap is totally possible but can take a lot of time and money, so you may want to consider finding another Camaro that already has a V-8 set up

  191. bigbadcrusher Says:

    Outside of obviously replacing the injectors and having no carburetor, what steps would be different in rebuilding a fuel-injected engine, specifically a TPI 350 SBC? Is it still the same outside of the fuel delivery system, or are there other considerations in the process?

  192. GarbageDanks Says:

    God damn she’s a babe.

  193. Alistair Mcgown Says:

    She is beautiful.

  194. Arachnikadia Says:

    whats a harmonic balancer and why do you need one?

  195. Josh Roberts Says:

    How much would a rebuild like this cost the average person if they already had the block

  196. Irving Cobian Says:

    My first engine looked similar to this one but I just kept it stock and ended up selling it. I got a lot of knowledge and tips from watching Chris’s videos. MY new engine is from 74 Corvette going Into my 74 Chevy Vega :) hopefully I’ll finish soon :(

  197. graeme leigh Says:

    Holley would be the worst choice you could make!!!

  198. graeme leigh Says:

    It’s not a Harmonic Balancer – it is a “Torsional Vibration Balancer”

  199. 20polar Says:

    NGK? why didn’t you use e3 plugs?

  200. trailstomper93 Says:

    how much did you spend all together on parts?

  201. Sean Parker Says:

    Can’t find those studs and nuts on the website help

  202. gabigowriel Says:

    what’s the price for one of these engines NEW and could it be mounted to a 1996 range rover P38A?

  203. Dave Foley Says:

    Did you use the engine yet if so which episode, I would like to see.

  204. redin575 Says:

    Beautiful, but a minor point is I would have filled the oil filter with oil before installing. The last thing you want on a newly rebuilt engine is oil starvation.

  205. wgoldenny Says:

    I have never seen the dist connectors to the right side? Hun something new

  206. sokodad Says:

    I like the Demon carbs. Would anybody other than a housewife use that cheezy wrench he was advertising?

  207. Erik Bush Says:

    Kinda glossed over the whole valve adjustment thing. That was what I needed to know most.

  208. xxRamD3yruxx Says:

    I like this show but after watching the bloopers, the show could be a lot more fun if you left that stuff in instead of being so scripted.

  209. Mapple Cat Says:

    We have custom built oil pressurizers that pressurize the motor without turning it over.

  210. drumingmachine Says:

    Nice vid but the sears guy at 18.35 looks like he’s being held at gunpoint and told to read hahaa!

  211. Moon Hitsearth Says:

    Olivia would make a great Wonder Woman, don’t you think?

  212. SourDjay Says:

    Is a chevy 1974 350 SBC engine the same as this ?

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