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I thinks it's a 409 Chevy

Yesterday we were given an engine. My husband thinks it's a 409 chevy but we can't find any info on the net. I was hoping you guys can give us some links or the infor we need. The serial number we found is S219307 102280A. Thanks for info

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post a pic, if it is a 348-409, there unmistakeable, really neat looking valve covers.
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I thinks it's a 409 Chevy

if my memory is correct the 409 dipstick is on the right ,348's were on the
driver side.
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348 & 409 #s


http://www.348-409.com/

www.mortec.com

3732755.....348......59-61
3732811.....348......58
3751872.....348......58
3755011.....348......59-61
3771705.....348......59-61
3782012.....348......58-61
3788068.....409......62-63
3795623.....409......61
3798962.....348......62-65...Truck
3815707.....348......58-61
3830814.....427......63......"Z11" (4.312" bore x 3.65" stroke)
3830814.....409......63-64
3839752.....409......62-63
3839754.....409......65
3844422.....409......63-65
3857655.....348......62-65...Truck
3857656.....409......64-65
3860386.....409......62-64
3860387.....348......58


this is right that the 409 dipstick is on the right ,348's were on the
driver side.

Cubic Inch=348
Bore=4.125
Stroke=3.25
Firing order=1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2
Engine Weight=640/650lbs
Forged Crank=has round flywheel bolt flange
Connecting rod length=6.135 inches
Crankshaft mains=2.4977
Push rod length=exhaust 9.140, intake 8.772
Push rod diameter=5/16" (all)
Fuel pump push rod length=5.75 inches
Dipstick on Drivers side
Ignition timing=4 degrees B.T.D.C.
Spark plugs=AC44 (standard), AC45 (hotter), AC43 (colder)
Spark plug gap=.035"
Rocker arm ration=1.75:1
Internally balanced
All 348's were assembled at the Tonowanda plant.

Cubic Inch=409
Bore=4.3125
Stroke=3.5
Firing order=1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2
Engine Weight=640/650lbs
Forged Crank=has bell shaped flywheel bolt flange
Connecting rod length=6.00 inches
Connecting rod weight=25.025 ounces
Crankshaft mains=2.4977
Push rod length=exhaust 9.140, intake 8.772
Fuel pump pushrod length=5.75 inches
Dipstick on Passenger side
Spark plugs=AC43N (standard), AC44N (hotter), AC42N (colder)
Spark plug gap=.035"
Rocker arm ratio=1.75:1
Internally balanced
X on block starting mid year of '62
All 409's were assembled at the Tonowanda plant.
*note, there were some blocks with CFD cast into them that were supposed to have come from the Central Foundry Division when there was a strike at the Tonowanda plant.





do the valve covers look like this ?

[imghttp://www.348-409.com/images/ref54.jpg[/img]









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I thinks it's a 409 Chevy

Thank You Everyone for helping me with my questions. I really think the info I got here will really help. Oh by the way great website
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she's real fine my 409!
great and rare engine!!
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want a 409 ?

all the info at the top & bottom of the page


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