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07-29-2010 04:44 AM
Legacy BBP

Thanks for the response.

Sounds like 2 gals is a safe assumption for the block capacity.

07-28-2010 04:55 PM
BUFFALOBILLPATRICK mine took just shy of 2 gallons.

07-28-2010 04:45 PM
350 SBC Coolant Capacity

Hope someone can answer a relatively simple question.

I'm setting up a new hot rod and need to determine my engine cooling capacity. I know what the radiator holds but not sure about the engine block itself. I'm thinking it is around 2 gals but haven't been able to verify that in any engine manual or other literature.

Can someone tell me what the 350 SBC block coolant capacity is?

Thanks much


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