yes. the last year of any Pontiac v8 was the 301 in 81. the standard engine in the 82 and up firebirds was the corporate engine-the Chevy 305
Chevy 350 LT1
will a radiator from pontiac fit a chevy s 10
No. The Pontiac headers will not bolt up to the Chevy small block.
The Chevy Cobalt was first produced in 2005
18436572 whether it is a Chevy 5.7 or a Pontiac 5.7 Pontiac 5.7 engines ceased to exist after 1981 so anything after was either an Olds or Chevy engine.
No, the tranny has to be out of a olds, Pontiac, or Buick to bolt up to a Pontiac engine.
Many ways. Pontiac 400 has a cast aluminum timing cover, that mounts the water pump directly on it, Chevy 400 has a stamped steel timing cover, water pump mounts to the block. Pontic 400 has fuel pump on the drivers side, Chevy is on passenger side. Pontiac has a separate valley cover below the intake manifold, Chevy intake IS the valley cover. Pontiac distributor does not go through the intake manifold, Chevy does. Pontiac has 10 head bolts per side, Chevy has 17. Pontiac has long exhaust ports that bend 90 degrees from the side of the cylinder head, Chevy exhaust ports end at the face of the cylinder head. Pontiac spark plugs are above the exhaust manifolds, Chevy is below. Pontiac 400 is physically larger than the small block Chevy 400 also.
80,566 2004 Chevy Avalanches were produced
Yes, but Chevy did not make a 400 in 1985. If the car already has a v8, it is already a Chevy engine. If it is a v6, it is still a Chevy engine, but you would need v8 wiring, brackets, exhaust,etc to make it work.
No, not even close. Pontiac 350 intakes will interchange with 1965-1979 Pontiac 389,400,421,428,455 intakes. Most all aftermarket Pontiac V8 intakes are designed for the 1965 up bolt pattern. 350 Chevy is part of the small block Chevy engine family, and virtually nothing interchanges with a Pontiac V8.
only a Buick, olds or Pontiac engine will bolt to a Pontiac tranny as Chevy blocks have a different bolt pattern.
Pontiac Sunbird Pontiac Sunbird
Which 350?? Chevy or Pontiac? A Pontiac engine will drop right in. A Chevy takes a lot more work.
Yes, it will.
No, they will not.
NO not even close.
Interiors from chevy to pontiac are for all practical purposes the same as long as the body type is the same
On a small block Chevy the distributor goes through a hole in the intake manifold. On a Pontiac the distributor goes behind the intake manifold.
Nope.....unless you possibly have a universal trans. The only thing that will bolt to a Chevy trans is a Chevy. The Buick, Olds, Pontiac and Cadillac share the same pattern with each other.