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Gm 350 V8 Engine

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Under the louvered hood is a rebuilt and mildly massaged TBI GM 350ci V-8 that uses a wiring harness from a ’87 Chevy Suburban. The machine work was done by Westbay Auto in Bremerton, Washington. Some of the underhood features include a Crane camshaft, Odyssey battery, and a custom exhaust with a Flowmaster Super 44 muffler. Fuel is drawn from a GenRight 19.5-gallon Crawler EXT fuel tank. The engine has an estimated output of 300 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque. Helping to keep the engine cool is a three-core radiator with a custom shroud, heavy-duty engine-driven fan, and auxiliary electric pusher fan. Bolted to the engine is a TH400 transmission with heavy-duty cooler and a deep sump pan. The transmission sends power downstream to an Advance Adapters Atlas four-speed 10.34:1 ratio transfer case that sprouts a pair of Tom Wood’s driveshafts with 1350 U-joints.