GM Offers Three New 350 Service Engines

Ken Zino of AutoInformed.com on GM Small Block V8 Replacement EngineGeneral Motors dealers are selling three all-new 350 small-block engines. These new GM Original Equipment 5.7L, 350 cubic-inch V8 replacement engines are never re-manufactured.

“Building on the history and versatility of the original 350 first available in Chevrolet models such as the Camaro and Corvette, this engine continues to deliver,” said Andrew McKittrick, manager of GM’s propulsion portfolio. “Every GM Genuine Parts engine incorporates our very latest engineering technology and product enhancements to offer a reliable and dependable product for our customers.”

Three Applications

  • Gen 1 covering trucks, vans and SUVs from 1987-1995
  • Gen 1e LD covering light-duty trucks from 1996-2002
  • Gen 1e HD covering heavy-duty trucks from 1996-2002

Engine Details

  • Brand-new four-bolt main blocks (not re-manufactured) that are roller camshaft ready and mechanical fuel pump capable (Gen 1e has no camshaft eccentric)
  • New (not re-manufactured) cylinder head and block castings
  • Race-proven forged steel crankshafts for durability
  • New valve covers, oil pan and timing cover
  • Precise, state-of-the-art CNC machining of cylinder heads, block castings and other components
  • Dipstick tube provisions on both sides
  • No core charges
  • GM Genuine Parts engines feature a solid 3-year/100,000-mile limited warranty, whichever comes first
  • Designed, engineered, tested and backed by General Motors

The new GM Genuine Parts 350 engine is available at dealers to order. Go to www.genuinegmparts.com to locate a dealer.

About Ken Zino

Ken Zino is an auto industry veteran with global experience in print, broadcast and electronic media. He has auto testing, marketing, public relations and communications expertise garnered while working in Asia, Europe and the U.S.
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