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chevy motor numbers ...help !!

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    Can any of youze guys tell me what this is ??? .....
    Block driver side GM57LG
    SG1
    Block pass side 14023638
    Heads 14102183
    date -- C29 (?)
    Couldn't find them on the Mortec site ......any help ??I'd like to know HP rating,etc, .........

    Thanks, jersey Skip
  2. There is a series of stamped numbers and letters on the front of the block [facing up] just in front of the passenger cylinder head. My book will use those numbers.
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    Rocky...Pad #'s are --- V0405ARH

    thanks man .... Jersey Skip
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    I can't find either, but it's probably from 87-89. It seems anything with a castng starting with 14XXXXX is from that era. Same with the ARH suffix. anything even close was for an '89 350 or 305
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  5. Travis

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    10493638: 86 and 87 truck/Camaro 350 with a 1-piece rear main seal

    14102183: no #'s listed for those heads... closest I have is 14102187 for 87 and 88 305 truck heads.

    Travis
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    5.7 litre-Gas[350]
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    The numbers I posted ARE correct ..... suposta' be a 1990- 350 police motor (?). has center bolt valve covers ..and it IS a roller motor .... anybody else ??? Rocky ??

    Jersey Skip
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    mortec.com is a good source for checking Chevrolet casting #'s
  9. ARH is the engine code but my books don't go that new..sorry
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    Rocky....thanks any how man ....randy D ,, i said in my post Mortec was no help.....I also did a search and looked at least 20 other sites for numbers and no good .... I figured if anybody's gonna know it'll be a HAMBer ! .....C'mon guys ....what he hell is it ??

    thanks, Jersey Skip
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    Its a normal 350 centerbolt-valve covers-throttle body injection 350.motor[cop cars were chipped better in the PROM dept] but were not as good as the LT1 which was introduced in police cars in '94
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    Here you go..

    14093638...350...87-95...2 or 4...Roller or flat tappet cam
    one-piece rear seal

    14102183...Late 350 TBI swirl port heads.

    Limited high performance head. The funky shape and swirl vane in the intake port promotes high swirl and turbulance but restrict high lift flow.

    Hope this Helps..

    Matt

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    Matt ..THAT'S IT MAN !!! got a HP rating ?? (yea it's a 9 not a 2 in the casting #)

    Thanks, Skip

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