|87-94 Chevy 350 Marine / Chevrolet 5.7 Boat Engine (Part #: GM-350LMLB-2) Description|
Car restoration, repair and upgrade, as well as boating-on demand and marine engines that can pack a punch, we offer a wide array of choice engines for specialty application and marine configurations, like the remanufactured 87-94 Chevy 350 Marine / Chevrolet 5.7 Boat Engine. When it comes to the additional strains and power demands a marine engine pulls, demands and delivers, this long block engine solution does not stand back one bit! It has lots to offer a wide variety numerous boating enthusiasts. For any boating application or engine configuration for the period between 1987 - 1994 for all Chevrolet / Chevy Marine & Boat – our Highperformer engines can step up and deliver, better than you are used to and do so at a fraction of the cost.
With a capable and willing size of 5.7L, 156 CID. Even as a totally rebuilt engine, to our rigorous remanufacturing standards and processes (BETTER THAN OEM/NEW – IMPROVING, NOT JUST REPLACING!), this four-cylinder 87-94 Chevy 350 Marine / Chevrolet 5.7 Boat Engine, and a-typical high-performance engine at that, is originally intended for OEM Chevrolet automotive applications, use and configuration. It is however a popular long block solution for marine application and contexts.
Some of the key characteristics of this V8 engine are their flat lifters, 2-bolt main, marine-capable, standard rotation, with port side dipstick, as well as one piece rear main seal, with valve cover bolts that bolts on thru center of cover. The 87-94 Chevy 350 Marine / Chevrolet 5.7 Boat engine is a premium quality, remanufactured engine with new OEM internal parts, customized and totally redone according to our quality remanufacturing processes and standards.
Applications for the 87-94 Chevy 350 Marine / Chevrolet 5.7 Boat Enginewould include Marine and Boating configurations and other specialties.
Our custom-quality, OEM 94 87-94 Chevy 350 Marine / Chevrolet 5.7 remanufactured boat engine, will match or exceed the original factory-made engine performances. Your hands-on product result in our quality OEM 87-94 Chevy 350 Marine / Chevrolet 5.7 remanufactured boat engine, dyno-tested, inspected for compression, engine noise, oil pressure, oil leaks and wide-ranging operating situations before delivery, will be sure to exceed all your marine or maritime expectations. Bring on the wind, waves and water!
Built to improve and last, not simply replace or swap! Meeting and exceeding original manufacturer specifications and dimensions on the, OEM 87-94 Chevy 350 Marine / Chevrolet 5.7 Boat Engine is what we work for and in so doing ensuring that YOU get that added personalized, individualized touch as well as the durability and longevity that will make the difference down the road.
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Due to our high inventory levels, in-house, specialist expertise and custom products and services offerings, we provide the remanufactured 87-94 Chevy 350 Marine / Chevrolet 5.7 Boat Engine at the lower discounted price! It is retailing for around US$ 1,285.00, with a Core Deposit charge of $225.00.
* Core deposit will be charged separately and will be refunded to customers upon delivery of the old engine or cylinder head. We recommend you contact your local salvage yard first -- they may buy the core from you.
Shipping charges are structured to meet and exceed your expectations and are billed at $175.00 (US Locations), Forklift Fee, FREE (West Coast), $75 (other US Locations)
An automotive engine 7 year/70,000 mile warranty or a Marine & Trucks: 1 Year/ Unlimited Hours/Mileage.
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** NOTE: Chevy 350 (1968 through 1999)
1. Do not over-torque flywheel bolts. Bolts must be torqued to 75 lbs, or you will warp the crankshaft seal surface and cause a rear main seal leak.
2. Do not over torque oil pumps when mounting them to the rear main cap. Oil pumps must be torqued at 65 lbs, or you will pull the rear main cap out of alignment and cause main bearing damage.
3. Oil consumption will occur if the intake manifold, if not torqued properly. Start by torquing the two middle bolts and working your way out, by torquing one side, and then the other, until reaching the ends. This will work out any reasonable warp in the manifold, insuring a proper intake gasket seal. If there is an intake leak. it will suck oil from the lifter valley and/or suck air in from the outside, causing a lean burn condition.
4. Exhaust manifolds get very hot over years of use and will spring out of shape when removed from the old engine. When you try to install the exhaust manifolds on the new engine, they will not fit, the last bolt hole on the manifold will not align with the cylinder heads. When this happens, a torch must be used to heat the manifold and expand it, then while its still hot, align it to the exhaust ports of the cylinder head and bolt it in place.
5. All General Motors oil pumps are fitted with a pick-up screen, that must be pressed into the oil pump. Many times this pick-up screen is not properly fitted into the oil pump and will fall off after a short time of use. Care must be taken to ensure the pick-up screen is fully engaged into the oil pump and then finally solder the pick-up screen to the oil pump. Care must also be taken to make sure it is adjusted to within one half of an inch from the bottom of the oil pan. It is never recommended to use an old pick-up screen from your old oil pump, a new one must be used.
6. Make sure the oil filter you install, has an anti-drain back on it. If you don't, every time you stop your engine, all the oil in the engine will drain back to the oil pan and the next time you start it, it will dry-start. Over a short period of time, all the dry starts will damage the engine bearings.
7. Never, Never, Never!, use an abrasive disk to remove old gaskets from your engine. The abrasive disk will dislodge aluminum oxide from the discs - the abrasive material its made of - and this will contaminate your engine. It will get into places you can't clean and the abrasive material will mix with the oil and destroy the engine.
8. Never use the old EGR valve from the old engine, always replace the EGR valve. If the EGR valve is not working, the combustion chamber temperatures will increase by as much as 2,000 degrees, causing piston failure.
9. Always replace the 02 or anti knock sensor, when doing an engine change. These sensors are vital to the new engine’s computers.
10. Engines with aluminum intake manifolds, must have the anti-freeze changed every two years. The anti-freeze has a chemical that stops electrolyses from eroding the aluminum manifold, after two years, the chemical that stops electrolyses is spent.
11. Engines equipped with oil coolers have extremely small oil passages in the cooler that make up the element. This design makes it necessary to replace the oil cooler after bearing failures, or any catastrophic engine failure that produces debris inside the engine. Remains from a failure become trapped inside the oil cooler and cannot be removed by degreasing or flushing the cooler. Trapped particles are likely to re-enter the remanufactured engine's lubricating oil supply, causing a repeated failure.
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