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Thread: first big block

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    first big block

    ops: i just bought my first bbc(454) and have no clue what is what,square/round port is this intake or exhaust?are big and small block dist. the same?tranny bolt pattern same?any help would be greatful thans

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    big block

    Transmission bolt pattern is the same as a sbc.Distributor is the same.Rectangle port and oval port refers to the intake runners.

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    thanx

    thanx now time to buy some parts

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    Welcome to the land of woo..

    Goodluck, Charles
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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    Welcome to the land of goofy valve train :lol:

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    engine identification

    ok now i have some basics can somebody tell me what i have and is it worth going thru? on back of block it has the number 364779 cast into it,thanx ahead of time for the help

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    Codes

    all of the casting number codes you're looking for can be found at www.mortec.com.

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    casting number

    i looked up the casting number and it says its a "366T" so that means i have a bbc with small block displacement?what a piece of crap! :x so what do i do junk and start over or is it worth fixing?

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    Block

    all depends on what you are looking to do with it? What you have is a standard truck motor.

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    my plans were to put it in my suburban,i am running 46" tires so i was looking for alot of torque


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