The 366 Chevy engine is an eight-cylinder, six-liter engine with a bore of 3.935 inches and a stroke of 3.76 inches. It has 300 horsepower at 4,400 revolutions per minute. It is a tall-deck engine with a 0.4-inch deck.
As of 2015, most Chevy trucks have the EcoTec3 series engine installed. The EcoTec3 line of engines took the place of the Chevrolet Vortec series, and is available in three different sizes.
Small block engine codes on Chevy trucks, or any Chevy vehicle, are codes that identify the plant where the engine was built, the product date and characteristics of that particular engine. In combination with partial or...
The first step to decoding the Chevy engine block code is to locate and identify the code on the engine assembly stamp correctly. Next understand the block code. The code has 15 characters.
Chevy engine numbers are serial numbers located on the engine lock of Chevrolet vehicles. These number contain valuable information about where and when the engine was manufactured, as well as its capacity and statistics...
The 454 Chevy engine is a V8 engine made by General Motors that has 454 cubic inches of displacement, or 454 CID. The 454 is one of Chevy's Big Block V8s. In 1963, Chevy introduced the Big Block engines to power larger a...
Chevy engine block numbers are assigned according to the location and date of manufacture and the engine information. The five-digit prefix identifies the date and location of manufacture. This is followed by a two or th...