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Re: Chevy Kodiak 70 with 366

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08-22-2012 20:08:30

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The engines are good. The fuel injected is a lot better than the carb version but almost all 366's whether it's in the bigger trucks or the 6.0 litre in the pick ups, seem to have a problem with the right side exhaust manifold cracking. I have a 366 fuel injected in a Top Kick, a 2000 Chev. 2500 and used to have an older 6500 all with 366/6.0L engines. Every one of them has a cracked manifold. I was told it's good to change the fuel filter often.

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08-27-2012 09:42:05

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 Re: Chevy Kodiak 70 with 366 in reply to 366, 08-22-2012 20:08:30  
a 20+ year old 366 is not near the same as the modern 6.0 engine. The 6.0 is from the "LS" family of engines. The 366 is a "big block family" engine. The 8.1 engine they made a few years ago although a good bit different than a 454 was still from the "big block" family. I have a truck with a 6.0 and one with a 8.1, they are vastly different engines.

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09-10-2012 22:04:33

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 Re: Chevy Kodiak 70 with 366 in reply to cd1, 08-27-2012 09:42:05  
I didn't say they were the same. They are the same displacement though and all the ones I've had had cracked exhaust manifolds.

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09-12-2012 13:53:19

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 Re: Chevy Kodiak 70 with 366 in reply to 366, 09-10-2012 22:04:33  
I think it is funny that two engines that only share the displacement in common share the same generalized problem.
This post was edited by cd1 at 13:55:39 09/12/12.

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