Too much air to fuel mixture with your carburetor, adjust the carb settings to allow for more fuel to enter the chambers.
engine will fit, but 305 tbi will be too lean for 350 It'll burn up
For a 305 with a 4brl carb. it would be about 145 hp. For a 305 tbi it produces 215hp from factory. No, a 305 TBI is rated at 185 HP stock.
#1,if this is in a truck,though a 305 is not necessarily a horrible engine,it has a much weaker bottom end then most 350s. Therefore for a truck engine,or any stressed application,I would recommend the 350 over the 305,altogether separate from the power issue. 350 tbi & 305 tbi are the same weather 2 or 4 barrels
no it would be carbureted, not fuel injected
Yes your wires will hook up and no you wont have to change the chip either. the wires will hook up but if it is a tbi you do need to change the chip or it will run lean because the timing of the fuel dilivery for the 305 is longer than the 350 and you will run lean so the chip needs to be changed to change the timing of the pulse.
It will run the same, The computer is what controls the injectors, And your not changing the ECM. RIGHT.
yes they will
For a 305 with a 4brl carb. it would be about 145 hp. For a 305 tbi it produces 215hp from factory. No, a 305 TBI is rated at 185 HP stock. The 350 TBI is 210 HP stock. I swear some people have no business giving answers. I am not referring to you specifically, but in general. I have corrected like 5 answers in the last 10 minutes.
Yes it will match and bolt right on with no modifying as long as the 305 was a TBI / Throttle body injection engine from the factory too.
Yes it is a fuel injected engine.