You may recall the Ram Jet brand from the GM mechanical fuel injection systems of the 1950's. Back then everyone wanted a "fuelie" and today that's even more true. Chevrolet Performance Parts has brought back the Ram Jet name with its all new electronic port fuel injection systems for both small-block and big-block Chevy crate engines.
The small-block Ram Jet 350's intake manifold is styled like the Ram Jet of yesterday, but that is where the similarity ends. The all new Ram jet 350 uses state of the art components developed by GM to give you all of the benefits of modern electronic engine management. Who better to fuel inject your hot rod than the people who build 5 million fuel injected cars and trucks per year, including the one in your driveway. Unlike some aftermarket systems, Ram Jet offers great cold starts, hot starts, always ideal air to fuel ratios and exceptional throttle response, power and drivability.
The all new 350 horsepower Ram Jet 350 from CPP makes it easy to have electronic fuel injection on any vehicle originally equipped with a carburetor. The secret is the industry leading MEFI 4 controller. This new controller fits in the palm of your hand and was originally developed by GM Powertrain for marine applications. MEFI 4 is ideally suited for use in street rods, street machines and sportsman racers. Installation is simple; the Ram Jet 350 is an assembled 350 crate engine with Vortec heads, Ram Jet induction system, wiring harness, MEFI 4 controller, and detailed instructions.
Once installed in the vehicle, a user needs only to supply 12V power and fuel. Please note the fuel pump recommendations in the Ram Jet instruction manual.
The Ram Jet 350 has it all, great nostalgic styling, drivability unsurpassed by carburetors or aftermarket fuel injection, power to spare and a hot rod idle that sounds like Woodward Avenue in 1969 all over again! The 350 HO is not intended for marine use, and should only be used in 1973 and earlier pre-emissions street vehicles or any year off road vehicles. This engine offers great drivability, reliability, and a nice exhaust note.
Power: 345 HP @ 5000 RPM, 396 ft. lbs. of torque @ 3600 RPM
Displacement: 350 CID, 5.7L
Bore x Stroke: 4.00” x 3.48”
Compression Ratio: 9.4:1
Recommended Fuel: 92 Octane
Block: Cast Iron, 1 piece rear seal, 2-bolt main caps
Crankshaft: Nodular Iron
Connecting Rods: Powdered Metal Steel
Pistons: Hypereutectic Aluminum
Camshaft: Hydraulic Roller Tappet
Cam Lift: .431” Intake / .451” exhaust
Cam Duration @ .050”: 196 deg. Intake / 206 deg. Exhaust
Lobe Separation: 109 Degree
Cylinder Heads: Vortec Cast Iron, 3/8” pressed-in rocker studs
Combustion Chamber: 64cc
Valves: .194” Intake/ 1.50” Exhaust
Rocker Arms: Aluminum Roller, 1.5:1 Ratio
Valve Springs: 10212811
Maximum GM Recommended RPM: 5200
Ignition Timing: Base 10 degrees BTDC, 34 degrees total@ 4,000 rpm
• Fully GM assembled long block
• Chrome Steel Valve Cover with Chevy Bowtie Logo
• Distributor, Plug Wires and Spark Plugs
• 12498032 GM Performance Fuel Injection System
• 14” Manual Trans Flywheel
• Oil pump, pick-up and oil pan
• Cast Iron Long Style Water Pump
• Passenger Side RH Oil Dipstick and Tube
General Motors limited 2 year / 50,000 mile parts & labor warranty. Click on Document tab above for full details.
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