Oldsmobile Rocket 350 V8 with 310 hp and 360 ft-lbs of torque. This engine features the following parts:
- GM crank
- GM Rods
- ARP Rod Bolts
- Oldsmobile 350 block-bored-decked-honed
- Speed-pro 262`-.465" lift cam (CS-1024R)
As with all our remanufactured engines, this Oldsmobile Rocket 350 V8 features new pistons, rings, complete gasket set, oil pump, and valvetrain installed. The block is bored and honed and new cam bearings and freeze plugs are installed. The heads are resurfaced, featuring new guides and seals, then refinished with a 3-angle valve job. Crankshafts are reground and micro polished to factory specs. Each motor is pretested for compression, oil pressure, and oil flow before leaving the factory.
Our 12 month limited warranty covers parts for 12 months unlimited mileage.
History of the Oldsmobile Rocket 350 V8
Produced from 1968 through 1980, the Rocket 350 was entirely different from the other GM divsions 350's. It used a 4.057 in (103 mm) bore and Oldsmobile small-block standard 3.385 in (86 mm) stroke for 350 in?? (5.7 L). 1968-1974 350s were painted gold, while 1975-1980 models were metallic blue, at which time the "Rocket" name disappeared from the air cleaner decal. Output ranged from 160 to 320 hp (119 to 238 kW). All Oldsmobile 350 engines had cast-iron crankshafts with harmonic balancers.
The Oldsmobile 350 was also produced with an electronic port fuel injection system, introduced in the Cadillac Seville of 1976.
The Oldsmobile Rocket 350 was used in the following vehicles :
- Cadillac Seville
- Oldsmobile Cutlass
- Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser
- Oldsmobile 442
- Oldsmobile Delta 88
- Oldsmobile 98
- Oldsmobile Toronado
- Oldsmobile Omega