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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-03-2002, 12:42 AM
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Torque Curve...

Anyone have any pics or stats on a 1977 Chevy 350 torque curve? The engine is totally stock. Thanks
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Re: Torque Curve...

I think there were like six motor options in 77. We need to know what one you have. However, your'e going to find that it is pretty much the same as any other 350.

I had a LS9 motor in my 77C20. It made 175 horses (the most you could get out of a 350 in a truck that year) and some odd amount of torque.
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O ok thanks, I thought there were only the 305,350 and 400. Guess not, lol
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Re: Torque Curve...

In 77 I believe that was all that was offered of the V8 motors. However, there were different breeds of each motor. For example, I know you could get a 350 V8 from 150HP all the way up to 175HP in a truck back then. 400s were different animals anyway and they're so rare that you never know what breed of 400 the motor is in the vehicle until you look up the RPO code.

For example, mine is the 350cu 175 horse LS9 motor.
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