Q: How much oil does a Chevy 496 big block take?

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The most obvious diff is 350 CUBIC inches is much small that 496 cubic inches. Also likely the 350 is a small block where as the 496 is a big block. The 496 will be a physically appearing bigger motor if that is the case. With great displacement also comes greater power or power potential. A mildly modified 350 can produce more power than a stock 496. Big Block Chev weighs in at around 675 Pounds and a 350 small block weighs in at about 575 pounds.

Chevrolet never made a 354 big block. So is say the difference is that a 496 is real and 354 is not. there is talk of a 354 small block but they are all from UK and id be inclined to say they are actually talking about a 355.

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The GM 8.1 Litre engine is a 496 cubic inch big block motor.

If it's a 496 Chevy, yes.

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The factors of 496 (excluding itself) are: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 31, 62, 124, 248 whose sum is 496. -------------------------------------------- The prime factorization of 496 is 496 = 24*31. If we take σ(496) (sum of all divisors of 496), this is equal to σ(496) = σ(24)σ(31) (this is a useful property, σ(ab) = σ(a)σ(b) for relatively prime a,b) Since σ(24) = 1+2+4+8+16 = 31 and σ(31) = 1+31 = 32, σ(496) = 31*32 = 2(496), so 496 is perfect.

31 pounds is 496 ounces.

49600%496= 496 * 100%= 49600%