PROTOTYPE ENGINES: OLDSMOBILE ‘ROCKET’ SCIENCE!

PROTOTYPE ENGINES: OLDSMOBILE ‘ROCKET’ SCIENCE!
These lightweight multi-carb, four-cam and even Hemi engines were being developed for future production engine research and, in some cases racing projects. Between 1969 and 1970, Oldsmobile Engineering was responsible for creating powerful ultra-efficient 350 to 455 cubic-inch V-8 engines rated up to 700 horsepower! Some were naturally aspirated and fitted with single Quadrajet four-barrel or Weber carburetors; others were fuel-injected and turbocharged. Most had aluminum blocks and heads. It w...
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