Part Type: Remanufactured Engine Assembly (Factory Spec)
This remanufactured Chevy/GMC Vortec 5.0L engine includes the following enhancements from Fraser Engines:
- Bore and hone all cylinders to OEM clearances (We check all clearances within .0001 of inch),
- Decking cylinder head(s) and block for straightness,
- Cutting valve seats and valves to proper degree,
- Line boring/honing crankshaft/camshaft tunnels,
- Ground & polish crankshaft, new or remanufactured camshaft(s),
- New main bearings, rod bearings, pistons, piston rings, lifters, pushrods (if equipped), timing components, oil pump, head bolts,
- All new internal gaskets and seals.
- All finishing gaskets are included (MAY VARY PER APPLICATION).
Chevy/GMC Vortec 5.0L Engines
The Chevy/GMC Vortec 5.0L engine is a V8 engine specifically designed for use in General Motors vehicles.
The base engine consists of:
An all-iron engine block and cylinder head
Overhead Valve (OHV)
Sequential fuel injection
Electric spark ignition
The engine specifications include:
- A displacement of 305 cubic inches (5.0L)
- 3.74 in x 3.48 in (95 mm x 88.4 mm) cylinder bore and piston stroke
- 9.3:1 compression ratio
- 170 to 240 horsepower (127 to 179 kW) at 4,400 to 5,200 rpm
- 255 to 285 lb-ft (346 to 386 Nm) of torque at 2,800 to 4,000 rpm
The Chevy/GMC Vortec 5.0L engine was first introduced in 1987 and continued to be used in various GM vehicles until 2000. It was commonly found in trucks and SUVs, such as the Chevrolet Silverado, GMC Sierra, Chevrolet Tahoe, and GMC Yukon. The engine was also used in some passenger cars, such as the Chevrolet Caprice and Buick Roadmaster.
The Vortec 5.0L engine was known for its durability and reliability, making it a popular choice for heavy-duty vehicles. It featured a cast-iron block and heads, as well as hydraulic lifters and roller camshaft for smooth operation. The engine's fuel injection system provided precise fuel metering for improved efficiency and performance. The Vortec 5.0L engine also had a reputation for being relatively easy to work on and modify, making it a favorite among car enthusiasts.