Is a Chevy 355 a big block?

Is a Chevy 355 a big block?

Though the name makes it sound like some special, unheard of Chevy engine, the 355 CID small block is actually the most common engine in the world — the 350. For all of this time, the 350 small block — all stock 350s, in fact — has actually displaced 355 cubic inches of air and fuel, rather than 350.

What size heads for 355 SBC?

210cc heads on 355 sbc.

Is a 355 a stroker?

the 355 can be done different ways. The most common is a 3.47″ stroke with a 5.4″ rod. There is no reason to avoid this size stroker if you planned on a 347 anyway. It is good for a N/A setup, but I would not recommend it with a power adder or nitrous.

What kind of Cam does a SBC 350 use?

I need a recomendation on a really good torque cam for a SBC 350 with vortec heads. This will go in a 4000lb. 1/2 ton pickup. The truck will be a backhalfed “Pro Street” type daily driver/cruiser with 3.73 gears,TH-350,etc. The engine in question is a basically stock 350 with vortec heads,8.5:01 compression etc.

How much horsepower does a SBC Small Block have?

The next upgrade involved a cam change and ported cylinder heads. Previous testing had shown that the Comp COMP PE246 cam alone can be worth 30-35 horsepower, but the combination of the ported 882 heads and PE246 cam increased the power output of the small- block to 341 hp and 401 lb-ft of torque.

How many horsepower does a Barry Grant 350 have?

The final run of the day involved installation of an Edelbrock Performer RPM Air Gap intake and Barry Grant 650 Mighty Demon carb. The new induction system pushed the 350 past the one-hp-per-cubic-inch mark, with peak numbers of 364 hp and 422 lb-ft of torque.

How much horsepower does a 350 Chevy have?

The graph shows that a stock two-barrel, 350 Chevy could hardly be considered a power house. The combination of mild cam timing and limited breathing through the two-barrel induction and stock iron heads resulted in peak numbers of just 241 hp and 359 lb-ft of torque.