Get it chipped and tuned by a rolling road
cheep = have it tuned and timed expensive = rebuild it with a hp cam and port and polish the heads.
No, it did not. It had a throttle body injected engine, 3 different engines available. The LT1 260 HP "Corvette" engine did not debut until '94, ran thru 'til '96. That was a Tuned Port Injected motor.
If it is a tuned port injected motor, it is under the plenum. The plenum is the big grey aluminum box with 8 funny looking pipes, called runners, connected to it.
195hp + you can get tuned this motor
When a supercharger is correctly installed, setup and tuned on a dyno it can add over 150 horsepower to a V-8. It can add more with other modifications to the motor.
no you idiot
Depends on which motor you have. 3.1 liter: 175-185 horsepower 3.4 liter: 185-190 horsepower 3.8 liter (non-supercharged): 200-205 horsepower 3.8 liter (supercharged): 260 horsepower Most engines were tuned/detuned depending on models throughout GM's different vehicles. Although some slipped out with more horsepower.
Depends on how it's tuned
525 from the factory. They can be tuned to well over 700.
Both are fuel injected, one is throttle body injected and the other is tuned port injection, the first one looks like a carburetor and the last one is internally injected.