4 degrees advanced, or BTDC.
65 FT. LBS.
Factory rating is 200 horsepower.
Around 215 220hp.
On the sides of the block, about center, just above the pan rail, there are plugs. One per side. 9/16ths size head. Pull these out, and the block will drain.
There was no 1994 454SS. They were made from 1990-1993.
all Chevy v-8's big block & small block firing order is as follows clockwise on the distributor cap.... 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2
I'm guessing you mean "350", should be around 200 HP.
install a K&N Air Filter
205 hp in stock trim. And a stock 1993 5.0 block can handle at the most 500 hp.
It's the same as a small block chevy- 6 pm- 12 pm 6 : oclock on the cam shaft - 12: oclock on the crankshaft
170 HP @ 4000, 255 lb-ft @ 2400.
it is the one in the fuse block marked inst or panel
1985 to 1990 LN8, 92 HP. 1990 to 1993 L38, 105 HP.
I believe that is ( 160 horsepower )
The 1993 1.8L engine has 92 horsepower.
It is located at the back of the engine. Look from the left side of the vehicle down into the space between the passenger compartment and the engine block. Towards the top of the engine block is a small hose, labeled PCV. It's a pain to remove.
The 1993 Toyota Corolla had 110 horsepower. To achieve the Corollas maximum horsepower you would need to be moving at 5,600 rpms.
Its located up and alittle to the right of coil packs on back side of block