1954 Chevrolet Engine – The new 1954 Chevrolet had thrifty new power in all models. Their 2 new Blue Flame 6 cylinders had important gain in acceleration, hill climbing, smoothness and quietness of operation.
That’s what Chevrolet gave to it’s customers with the new high compression power of two great engines.
The “Blue Flame 125” with Powerglide models and the “Blue Flame 115” engine with gearshift models. There has never been a Chevrolet that responds so quickly, smoothly and quietly to your foot on the accelerator! said one 1954 Chevy engine magazine advertisement.
1954 Chevrolet engine color is blue. The Engine Numbers are Located on the right side of the engine just to the rear of the distributor and dip stick. See all 1954 Chevrolet engine specifications below.
1954 Chevrolet Engine – 235 Blue Flame 6 Cylinder Engine
235.5 Cubic Inch – 125 Horse Power
Equipped with Powerglide Transmission
Specifications: Inline six cylinder, overhead valve, cast iron block, displacement – 235.5 cubic inch, bore and stroke 3-9/16 X 3 15/16 inches, compression ratio 7.5:1, 125 horsepower, four main bearings, hydraulic valve lifters, new aluminum pistons, full pressure lubrication and new high lift camshaft. Carburetor: Rochester BC type one-barrel model 7007200 or Carter one barrel model 2102S. 3.7:1 standard Axle Ratio. The 1954 Chevrolet 235 was standard with powerglide and available in all 1953 Chevy models including the 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air.
1953 Chevrolet Blue Flame 6 Cylinder Engine – 235.5 Cubic Inch – 115 Horse Power
Equipped with Standard 3 Speed Transmission
Specifications: Inline six cylinder, overhead valve, cast iron block, displacement – 235.5 cubic inch, bore and stroke 3-9/16 X 3-15/16 inches, compression ratio 7.5:1, 115 horsepower, four main bearings and solid valve lifters. Carburetor: Rochester B-type one-barrel model 7007181 or Carter one barrel model 2102S. Standard with gear shift transmissions on the 1954 Chevrolet Belair, 1954 Chevy 210 models and 1954 Chevy 150 models.