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Old 01-20-2011, 09:45 AM
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having a hard time finding out with my engine is

i cant realy tell what the numbers are on the back . i do have the ones on the front and thay are

t5f723516

v0606tyz

would like to find out all i can about it please

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If you expect people to spend time searching their documentation to help you, it might be nice if you mentioned who the manufacturer is. If you don't know than a picture is worth a thousand words.

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It appears to be a SBC layout. If so, here:
TYZ 75 350 Truck 160 LS-9 Manual 4-Brl C 10 & C 20
TYZ 76 350 Truck 165 LS-9 Manual 4-Brl C 10 & C 20
TYZ 77 350 Truck 165 LS-9 Manual 4-Brl C 10 & C 20
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yes it is a sb chevy engine sorry for not telling
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Doublevision has you covered on the "TYZ" code, the "5" in "t5f" indicates 1975.
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