Big Block Crate Engines
The ZZ502/502 is one of the industry’s benchmark crate engines, offering excellent value with a proven combination of performance that is suitable for the street or strip. With more than 500 horsepower and 567 lb.-ft. of torque, it demands your full attention and a chassis that is strong enough to harness its frame-straining twisting power.
The L88 427 was the ultimate expression of Chevy’s production Big-Block power, combining a rigid iron cylinder block with lightweight aluminum cylinder heads and a single four-barrel carburetor. Our engineers have recreated that classic, raspy rat engine in the ZZ427/480, but with updated components that enhance drivability – and performance!
Ram Jet 502Chevrolet
he Ram Jet 502 blends the legendary torque and performance of the Big-Block with a modern port fuel injection system and tunnel ram-style high-rise intake manifold. It’s a combination that offers uncompromising performance – including 502 hp and 565 lb.-ft. – in a visually stunning presentation.
Anniversary Edition 427Chevrolet
An instant legend was created in 1969 when a few enterprising dealers used Chevrolet’s COPO special order system to get the factory to build a handful of Camaros with the all-aluminum ZL1 427 racing engine. Chevrolet Performance commemorates the historic engine with the Anniversary Edition 427.
502 H0 - with Iron Heads and Roller CamChevrolet
What will you do with 450 horsepower and 550 lb.-ft. of torque from Chevrolet Performance’s value-driven 502 HO crate engine? Whether you use it on the street, strip or even pulling a trailer with your workhorse truck, its performance range offers unlimited possibilities.