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    Question 267 Chevy Engine

     







    I have a V8 trike.
    It has a Chevy 267 engine in it.
    What other engines use this same block?

    Thanks to all.

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    I never heard of a 267. Could it be a slightly bored '55-'56 265?

    I really think you should check the engine numbers. I bet it is a bigger displacement.

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    You need to make Google your friend. Google "Chevrolet 267" and you'll quickly get to Wikipedia and see that the 267 was introduced in 1979 for the F body (Camaro), also used in the G body (Monte & others) and some B body cars. I hadn't heard of it either...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triker View Post


    What other engines use this same block?

    Thanks to all.
    As far as I know, no other SBC used the 3.5" bore of the 267. However the external dimensions on all small blocks are pretty much the same, so you could replace it with anything up to a 400.

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