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I am going to tell you the difference in a Chevrolet small block V8 engine and a Ford small block V8 engine I am going to explain when most of them were manufactured some differences and then good and bad factors about themThe first generation of the Chevrolet small block began back in 1955 The 1955 Chevy corvette and the Bel-Air were introduced with a 265 cubic inch 43 liter v8 gas engine After the discovery of the V8 it quickly became a popular engine to stock car racers and hot rod builders The term mighty mouse was given to the engine after a popular cartoon around the same time of the engines era In 1957 the 265 V8 was replaced with the 283 cubic inch V8 engine which was the first of Chevys small blocks to be reproduced that the engine made one horsepower per cubic inch A higher performance 327 cubic inch V8 was introduced to be a high powered V8 engine producing around 375 horsepower The 350 cubic inch V8 was produced around 1966-1967 and by far was the best engine Chevrolet had designed at the time and was still used until around the year 2000 After that year Chevrolet replaced it with a 53 liter 325 cubic inch V8 and is still used to this day There are many different engines Chevrolet has designed but in my opinion the V8 has always been a good engine and with the right servicing and repairs they will run a very long timeThe first generation of the small block ford V8 was designed in 1917 The engine was a prototype but was made for airplanes The engine was a 10996 cubic inch engine which was around 18 liters It was a prototype to the 12 cylinder engine In the 1930s to the 1950s the ford flat head V8 engine was designed and the term flat head was referring to the cylinder head Because on
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