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|Sub-Category||G.M. Long Block Engine Assemblies|
|Description||502 HO 461 HP Base.|
|There is no replacement for displacement, and torque is king. With 550 Ft. Lbs. of torque the 502 HO will launch your car harder than you thought possible. With its 450 horsepower and awesome torque the 502 HO may have the best power to dollar ratio going. If your car is all steel, you'll appreciate the power of the 502 HO and if your car is a light weight racer, say 2300 pounds, the 550 ft.lbs. of torque will put a big ol' grin on your face. |
This engine is awesome. Starting with a Gen VI four bolt main block, we fill it with forged pistons, forged 4340 steel connecting rods with 7/16" bolts, a 1053 forged steel crankshaft, and a steel roller camshaft. Then we torque down a pair of big breathing rectangular port heads with 2.19" intake and 1.88" exhaust valves. With their 118cc combustion chambers yielding a streetable 8.75 to 1 compression ratio, this engine is ready to rock on readily available pump premium.
We then top it all off with an aluminum dual plane intake manifold and dress the engine with a cast iron water pump, 6 quart oil pan, windage tray, 14" flexplate and torsional damper. So, all you need to do is provide an 750 cfm carburetor, HEI ignition system, headers with 2"x30" primaries and low restriction mufflers and a car with big sticky tires. Sounds simple, and it is.
Check with your GM Performance Parts Authorized Center for specific oil pan needs for your application. The 502 HO requires an electric fuel pump because the 502 Gen VI block has no mechanical fuel pump boss.
Click here for details from the GM Performance Parts Catalogue
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