One way to do it is with an engine hoist. Loosen and remove the through bolts in the motor mounts. Carefully raise the engine with the hoist until you have enough clearance to unbolt and remove the engine mounts. You must be careful and work slowly when raising the eingine, though.
after market type mounts: AGP DogBone Motor Mounts 00-05 Neon agpturbochargers.com if your looking for stock motor mounts: http://www.rockauto.com
Stock the Ford GT is faster then a standard Corvette, but not faster then the stock corvette Z06
A stock corvette can go 190 mph
If you are going to go all stock then yes, otherwise engine mounts, controls and drive components can all have new mounts fabricated to make them work on your custom frame.
Neither, my Grandma is faster.
a corvette is faster stock but there are more performance parts for the mustang
Ya ive seen the corvette LS1 mortor in a 240, but the stock body cannot handle that kind of power
A stock 1978 Chevy Corvette had a top speed of 123 mph. The pace car was for the most part stock.
No you need affter market mounts or fabricated ones.
The factory stock wheel equipped on the 1967 Corvette is the original super stock wheels of P05 Option. The indomitable wheels are made of aluminium and are very strong.
it depends on the corvette, but assuming its an 87 corvette and an 87 grand national both stock, i would say that it would probably be the grand national but it depends on the track, and if one of them has a ferrari enzo motor
With stock manifolds I expect this motor would be around 300HP.
u have to drill out stock rivets on the door replace with quality bolts and nuts .remove motor unplug.reverse procedure to install new motor its pretty simple..
You Don't. First off, it'll be hell trying to get a rear wheel driver motor into a Front wheel drive car.... and if you decide to go ahead, you'll have to design and fabricate motor mounts out of poly and either Bar stock or 6061-t6 billet aluminum.
technically yes, but with the money you will spend it isn't worth it. you would have to get the new engine, motor mounts, pcm, wiring harness, etc. and when your finished you will still have the v6 rear end, suspension, and rear drum brakes. even with the v8 engine it will not handle or perform like a stock v8.
The stock motor for the 99 Z28 should be the 350 LS-1, which started being put in them in 98. The LT-1 is also a 350. You may want to ask him about the motor. Answer 350 corvette engine Answer not corvette motor if its in a camaro is it they used the ls1 in both. unless it has fuel rail covers that say corvette its not a corvette motor go to www.camarosource.ca and find the vin decoder and it will tell you what you want to know O by the way it not a 350 its a 346 You have a 346 cubic inch LS1 5.7 liter in a 99 Z28. They are underated from the factory and around 345hp stock.
check this link it has step by step instructions. http://www.neons.org/modules/news/article.php?storyid=3
change to bb k-frame 440 motor will fit ,provided the car was a v-8 car stock ,you will need the proper motor mounts/brackets for that body/motor from a doner car ,there are aftermarket brackets and mounts sold as kits to convert whatever you want ..see shumacker creative services ,you will need a big block trans/radiator/exaust/manifolds/hoses exetra ...
install a fuel pressure regulator and set it to 36 psi idle in a stock motor
No such thing as a 2000 Corvette C6. However there is a 2000 Corvette C5 which in stock form has 345 HP.
I had my stock 07 corvette to 181...still had some power left in the pedal, but I ran out of interstate.
Factory stock ignition timing for the Corvette 327 ci 350 HP is 4 degrees BTDC.
Yes, with a bit of modification. I don't have the link handy, but there's a kit that includes changed motor mounts, etc. to allow you to ram a 302 into a BroncoII. Google it.
Same as pretty much any other nonconventional motor swap. Custom mounts, hoses, crossmembers, exhaust, linkages, tuning.
Base, or ZR-1. Stock or modified?