Yes, I could.....but not having any idea who you are or your abilities, and apparently they are somewhat limited according to your question, I don't know if YOU can perform such a task.Answeryou could put any Chevy engine into any camaro, that's what it was designed for, "big engine cheap box" was one of their original slogans pitched around, the problem comes in with lining up all the components, switching from a V6 to a V8 you would need to move motor mounts, beef up your suspension, get a bigger radiator, probably a different transmission to handle additional torque, probably new computer and wiring, new exhaust components, and probably 3 or 4 other things that I've forgotten, possible, but certainly not easy
No, the last year for a 3400 motor in a Camaro was 1996.
It is located on the passenger/right rear side of the engine, near the oil filter.
about 2000 if your lucky
There are plenty of engines that can fit in a 2000 Chevrolet Camaro. Some options include: LS1, LS2, and LS3 motors.
Oil capacity? 5 quarts
Where the motor and trans meet on the driver side
passenger side, black tube going into a vacuum port on intake manifold, right after throttle body
Even though GM still claims this is a "Small Block" the last of the real small blocks was built in the 2000's
Yes. I sold several of them.....chuck
Around 325 hp.
Not without extensive (and expensive) modification
The 2000 Camaro Z28 had 305 horsepower. The 2000 Camaro SS had 320 horsepower.
Yes, you just have to change a few things like your mounts and pulleys if the engine came out a fwd just exchange with your original mounts and pulleys and it should work.
the cobalt Stock 2000 V6 Camaro 1/4 times = 15.6 seconds Stock 2007 Chevy Cobalt SS/SC 1/4 times = 14.6 seconds
on a 2000 stock camaro its 200 hp
A stock 5.7 liter LS1 engine in the 2000 Camaro Z28 makes 285 Rwhp. That equates to about 325 Hp at the flywheel. Camaro LS1 engines were underrated from the factory at 305 Hp at the flywheel.
Should be underneath on the passenger side near the back like on the pickup trucks
look for the port with the black cap on it, it's the low pressure port.
The 1998-2000 Chevy Metro with 1.0L engine has an oil capacity of 3.5 quarts.
you need a least 91 you can go with lower octane but you will not get the performance plus you will get knock and your timing will be re-tared and lose power and could damage the engine. Hopes this helps.