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1 piece rear main seal and the mounting location for the fuel pump is blocked off. May have bosses cast in lifter vally for hydrolic roller cam on the newer block
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Answer . If you expect an answer then you need to list exactly what make, model, year, and engine size you are talking about. GM makes many different cars with many differ…ent engines.
The Lt was the second generation small block, it first came in the corvette in 92 I believe and ended in 96 or 97 when it was replaced with the ls. In my opinion it wasn't ver…y good. Also the reverse cooling system and the "optispark" Distributor being under the water pump didn't make much sense.
The GM 366 motor has a horse power of 300 at 4,400 RPM. The 366 engine is an?æeight cylinder with 6-liter engine.?æ
No... The Haynes repair book has it in there but I have taken apart and rebiult over a dozen GM 2.4L DOHC engines and NONE have had one of those oil slinger's. I have tried to… figure it out and have come up with "it wouldn't sling oil even if it had one". If you ever rebuild one, be sure to replace the oil check valve that is in the oil passage coming from the oil pump.It keeps the oil in the upper part of the engine after it is shut down. It is a ball bearing and a spring.No one ever say's anything about that part.
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other than special exhaust manifold specifically designed for marine use, the lifter galley on the marine block is teflon coated. an RV type cam is used in marine motors, but …those can be changed.
I have that motor in my 89 Volvo penta boat. But also know that it's in 86 to 89 chev gmc trucks.
it now has a 305
take that to a shop, that is an internal part, dont try to replace that yourself
General motors engines are manufactured by a variety of manufacturers and are used in all GM products including chevy. SO, if the motor is the same motor that is in the car, s…ure. You can't fit a 4.3 into a 3.1 application without some serious modifications but if you have a 4.3 in your GM truck for example it is the same as in a silverado pickup.
No, they do not. In 2010 they added VVT which gave a slight improvement in HP and flattened the torque curve nicely. I have a 2010 LS extended cab with the 4.8 and I love it. …It still has the 4l60e, although I'd prefer the 6l80e that comes with the 5.3 and 6.2, but it's still a great truck. I consistently get much better mpg than what the EPA estimates are. I hear with the 5.3 with AFM your AFM works less with larger wheels/tires, because of the added mass moment of inertia they give you. For the Gen IV LS based motors, they are talking about AFM, dual VVT (seperate cams for intake and exhaust), and direct injection. That's for the trucks that are supposed to come out for the 2014 model year. That's about a year and a half out, so don't expect solid word on everything. It's getting about to the time they should start designing tooling for the factories to make the new trucks, so more solid word on the trucks should be out soon. Also, GM typically likes to introduce new LS based engines in the Corvettes. So for new corvette, expect to see a high-performance version of what you will see in the trucks. The trucks tend to have different intake manifolds and tuning to produce low end torque which ends up with a little less HP. That was a wordy answer, but that's what happens when a mechanical engineering student gets excited to answer your question. I'm an enginerd.