The Chevy Gen I motor spanned from 1955 to 1995 with almost no changes to the bottom end or the block it self. So basically, if it's a pre-95' motor, a 350 is a 350 is a 350... almost any Chevy will take it. If you're going carburated you should be fine, but if you're are going FI, which i recommend, be prepared to deal with the ecu swap to. That's gonna be the most crucial part of the swap. But anything is possible, aside from a smart car, I don't think there's a car out there that hasn't had a 350 swap done. Be creative and have fun. Best of luck to ya...Answeryup
Yes, the last year for throttle body injection for Chevy was in 1995, I believe.
It is fuel injected, TBI / Throttle body injection.
Yes, it has throttle body fuel injection.
If it is the VORTEC engine then it is bolted to the passenger side of the timing cover on the front bottom side of the engine. If it is the TBI / THROTTLE BODY INJECTION engine then it don't have 1.
As long as the 350 is a fuel injected engine / TBI / Throttle Body Injection engine there is NO difference.
Yes. Both should have throttle body fuel injection. It should be a direct bolt in.
That truck doesn't have a carburetor. It has a throttle body fuel injection system.
If it hasn't been changed, it has Throttle Body Injection (TBI). It looks similar to a carb but it will have wires running to it.
Yes it is the same engine. Both of them are TBI / Throttle body injection engines.
YES, that would be a TBI / Throttle body fuel injection engine.
Assuming that is throttle body fuel injection, 41 to 47 psi.
That vehicle would have throttle body fuel injection in which case it would have two fuel injectors.
Yes it does. standing in the front of the engine it will be bolted on the left side of the TBI / Throttle body injection unit.
Chevy says about 210hp.
Yes and it is a TBI / Throttle body injection fuel system. The item on the top of the engine that looks like a carburetor is called a throttle body and it has 2 injectors in the center of it.
That would be a TBI ( Throttle body injection ) Engine-- Fuel injection, They quit putting CARBURETORS on engines in late 1987.
Yes. It has TBI (throttle body injection) that is run by the ECM (engine control module).
The 2.5L 4 cylinder engine uses throttle body fuel injection. The 2.8L V6 uses multi port fuel injection.
Need to know what year, engine size and if it has a carburetor or throttle body injection (TBI).
No it is throttle body fuel injection
Yes it does. It has TBI / Throttle body injection, Fuel system.
tbi is Chevy's abbreviation for Throttle Body Injection. In this type of fuel injection system fuel is squirted into the throttle body above the manifold.
The last year Chevy used the tbi (throttle body injection) on the 4.3L was 1995. If you have the flat rectangular air filter located in the drivers side front corner of the engine compartment, it is cpi (central ported injection).
Yes it is a TBI / Throttle Body Injection. Fuel injected.