Who Makes ZZ4 Crate Engines & How Much Do They Cost? – SlashGear

The ZZ4 crate engine has gained cult status among vintage auto connoisseurs and muscle car enthusiasts. It first appeared in 1996, and has become the longest-running ZZ-series engine ever produced, with manufacturing lasting until 2014. Equipped with aluminum cylinder heads, a forged steel crankshaft, hydraulic roller lifters, and ‘hypereutectic’ high-silicon aluminum pistons, the small-block ZZ4 V8 boasts 5.7 liters of displacement (350 cubic-inches) and a base output of 355 horsepower and 418 pound-feet of torque. However, the ZZ4’s healthy

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