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Anonymous asked in Cars & TransportationCar MakesChevrolet · 9 years ago

Hi, I have a 350 chev crate motor no. 10066036, stamped on block 1m07275h04, heads 462625, crank 93426651. ?

Can anyone tell me the year of make and how much horse power it has. Also would like to know what flywheel to buy for it. Thanks Troy

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  • 9 years ago
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    10066036...350..4 bolt main...Goodwrench crate motor, 2-piece rear seal, "Hecho en Mexico"

    No 462625, but there is a 462624

    462624.....75-86...350/400

    Re check your crank # as I can't find that one at all.

    1m07275h04

    1 = GM

    M = Mexico, Toluca Engine Assembly

    07 = July

    27 = 27th day of month

    5 = Last digit of year.. 1995 or 2005

    H04 = I have no idea

    Sounds like its a GM goodwrench crate engine thats been messed around with.

    You need a flywheel/flexpate for 1985 and under small block chevy, 2 pc. rear main, internal balanced...

    That block casting # was ONLY used for the goodwrench engines, but heres info on the GM good wrench 350

    10067353 Brand New Goodwrench 350 Engine 1971-1985 Car and light Truck Replacement Engine.

    This engine remains our most popular largest selling crate engine of all times.

    This is a great entry level replacement engine for older cars and trucks, and a great basic street rod engine. All of the parts in this engine are Brand New.

    350 Cubic inches 4.00" Bore, 3.47" stroke

    8.5:1 compression ratio.

    250 HP @4300 rpm

    350 ft. lbs of torque @ 3600 rpm

    ( These Numbers obtained with a Quadrajet Carb,1 5/8" headers , and an Edelbrock Performer intake part # 2101)

    Engine consists of the following parts:

    Block -part # 10066034, casting # 10066036

    2 piece rear main seal 4 bolt main

    Crankshaft- # 3932444

    Nodular Iron 1985 and older flywheel bolt pattern.

    Powdered Metal Connecting rods- # 10108688

    Cast Aluminum Pistons-#12514101

    G.M. High Volume Pump Oil Pump- part # 12555284

    Hydralic Flat tappet Camshaft- #14088839

    Intake Lift-.383" Exhaust Lift-.401"

    Intake Duration @ .050"- 194 Exhaust Duration @.050"- 202

    Lobe Seperation-112

    This cam Has a mechanical Fuel Pump Lobe.

    This is a low end Torque oriented camshaft.

    Cylinder Heads- part # 14034808, casting #33417369, 1.94" Intake valve, 1.50" Exhaust Valve, 76cc Combustion Chamber, 7 Bolt style Exhaust Flange Standard, 85' and prior intake manifold bolt pattern. Perimeter bolt style Valve Covers. This head is very similar to the old #882 castings from the 1970's

    Notes:

    Will not work in 1986 and newer applications!

    This engine includes Painted Valve Covers, oil pan and Timing Cover. This engine is drilled for both L.H. and R.H. dipsticks. Plugs Are included to plug the side not used.Two timing pointers are also included, a pointer for a 6" balancer and a pointer for an 8' balancer.Balancer with 2:00 timing mark must be used with this engine in order for mark to line up with the pointer.

    For most stock applications with HEI ignition, Base ignition timing should be set to 10 before top dead center (with vacuum advance disconected) Total ignition timing should be around 36 @ 3000 rpm.

    Spark plugs that should be used are AC Delco R45TS gapped at .045"

    Oil filters used with this engine include PF25 , PF35 , PF1218 , or PF35L. The first oil filter is a 1/2 Quart type, the last three are the 1 quart type.

    Generally 10W30 or 10W40 oil is used in this engine.

    Does Not Include Balancer , flywheel , intake , Exhaust , Ignition , or fuel parts.

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    4 years ago

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  • Sheila
    Lv 4
    5 years ago

    Don't do the NOS fool stuff... If you are going to do it, do it correctly to prevent killing that nice crate motor. Single port dry shot (just NOS into the intake) isn't really worth the time or money to talk about.. so lets not. Best is a multi-port wet shot just before the head. Each cylinder gets hit with both NOS and more fuel to prevent the leaning out and overheating of the cyclinders. With this use a window switch to only allow a shot at predetermined RPMs so you can't shoot near redline and blow it. hooked to a WOT (wide open throttle switch). This way you need to be wide open and in the RPM window.. leave those perimeters and the shot stops. These kits can be bought from any of the big NOS stores online and even Summit Racing online. Follows the install instructions or have someone do it... When it is done right you can should be ok with upto 150 shots (an extra 150 HP) Have fun.

  • 4 years ago

    Chevy Flywheel Casting Numbers

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  • ?
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    If you have any idea of who built it you could contact them because you have different people using different codes for they're particular shop.

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