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Cars > battmann’s Garage > “Camaro S/C” > Albums > The Camaro's blown & injected 350 engine

 

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Camaro S/C

1972 Chevrolet Camaro

 
 

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Description: I had this motor for a couple years before deciding to start rebuilding it. The motor came in a 1971 Chevelle that I bought in 2005. I ended up selling the Chevelle for what I paid for it, but I kept the motor.
I originally was going to install this engine in my '84 Trans Am, but since my '72 Camaro came with a dead engine it went in there instead. My goal was to have this engine in my Camaro and running by the end of summer 2007 - mission accomplished!
This album shows the build of this engine and all the upgrades that followed.
By: battmann
Filed under: 1972 Chevrolet Camaro (Camaro S/C)
Number of photos: 45
Updated: Mon Sep 14, 2009 8:27 pm
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Here's the Chevelle I bought basically just to get this 350 engine....
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Not sure of the manufacturer on these 1.6 rockers.
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Starting on top, the engine has a B&M Superjection kit (142 blower...
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Here's the blower manifold. I tried to polish it myself by...
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This is the brain of the superjection kit. I hope all these old...
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There's 2.02/1.60 iron Dart heads. I purchased the B&M valve...
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I also have a NOS Powershot kit.
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3-24-07 Today I polished one valve cover. It took over 3 hours....
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Here's how the air hat looked before being polished.
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4-9-07 Finally got all my polishing done. Took forever, but turned...
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Intake manifold after polishing. I couldn't be happier with the...
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Pistons and rings were in great shape so they'll all be reused.
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Bare engine block ready to go to the machine shop.
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Assembled heads after being baked at the machine shop.
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Bottom of the assembled heads. I just found out my valves are...
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Putting the lower end together. I decided that for the extra $40 I...
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Got to use head studs with a blower. Looks like that guy in the...
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Now for the heads.
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I just had to test fit the blower to see how it looks. I was...
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Engine build as of 5-19-07
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5-21-07 Today I painted the blower to match the engine. It was a...
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