The Moser conversion features four valves per cylinder and two cog driven camshafts per head. The heads were developed in 1971 as a high performance alternative to the standard single overhead conversions already on the market.
This conversion offers a higher compression ratio and is adaptable to any small block Chevy engine, though it was originally designed for the 305. Speedway Motors raced this exact engine in the Champ Dirt Car series at Sedalia, Missouri.
Block Mfg.: General Motors Chevrolet Division
Material: Chevrolet cast iron pieces
Cylinders: 8 CID: 305
Bore: 3.74 Stroke: 3.48
Head Mfg: Moser Engine Corporation
Material: Moser cast aluminum
Cam design: DOHC (dual overhead cam)
Cam drive: Belt driven