A bare block for a Chevrolet V8 engine, nicely detailed with main bearing caps and fasteners.....works great with my cylinder head, crankshaft and rod-piston found elsewhere on this site...
The V8 engine is an internal combustion engine that uses the V configuration, wherein the pistons are aligned in the shape of a V, typically at a 90-degree angle. The V8 engine gets its power from its 8 cylinders–4 cylinders in each bank of the V shape. One benefit of the V8 engine is its flexibility. It can be quite compact or very large, depending on the application. In a smaller iteration, it can be a good choice for a sports coupe like a Mustang or Camaro. In larger-displacement form, it can be optimized for maximum torque for workhorse applications in cargo-carrying pick-up trucks and for towing.
Another benefit of the V8 engine is its inherent ability to run smoothly. The V configuration of the engine allows the power strokes to occur closer together and minimizes vibration. V8 engines run smoother than many other engine configurations because the engine produces a power stroke every 90 degrees.
V8 Engines Are an Excellent Balance of power output and torque. Smaller engine configurations, such as the 4 cylinder or 6 cylinder, typically do not have the power output of an 8-cylinder engine. Larger engine configurations, such as the 12 cylinder, typically have a high power output but are very large in size, heavy in weight and thirsty. The V8 engine configuration offers a happy medium, allowing consumers to have a relatively small, light engine with a good balance of torque, horsepower and reasonable fuel economy.
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