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Ram Jet Port fuel injection meets a small-block classic with the Ram Jet 350 crate engine. This engine blends the best of the old with the best of the new to fit right in with the hottest trend in performance today. GM offered the Ram Jet fuel injection system on a variety of models in the late-'50s through the mid-'60s, but the Ram Jet never looked as good as it does in the Ram Jet 350 crate engine. The Ram Jet 350 has a styled intake plenum that feeds a state-of-the-art, electronically controlled port fuel injection system. Developed by GM to the same standards as production vehicle systems, the Ram Jet 350 delivers exceptional throttle response and performance. This is made possible by the sophisticated, latest-generation MEFI 4 controller, which has improved electronics and closed loop capability (compared with the previous MEFI 3 system) for great all-around drivability. A venerable 350-c.i.d. small-block combination anchors the Ram Jet 350. It's designed for long-lasting durability and pump-gas compatibility, with Vortec cylinder heads, hydraulic roller camshaft and 9.4:1 compression. GM Performance Parts delivers the engine with the necessary wiring harness and detailed instructions. It can be installed on any 1975-or-earlier vehicle originally equipped with a carburetor. MSRP is $6,999.