It is important to gap the spark plugs at the right size. The spark plug gap for a 1981 305 Monte Carlo is .045 inches.
No, you will have to use another year tranny out of a GM vehicle in that application as GM never put a manual tranny in a 81 monte.
87 Monte Carlos are identical to the 81-88 Monte Carlos and Cutlass. Basically all GM vehicles of the same body type.
i recently did the same on my 81 monte. her names carla! if you can track down a 78 thru 88 monte the 700r4 trans is to long but the 200r4 overdrive tranny is the same length and yoke as your th350. all monte g bodies were over drive but thr 200r4 and th350 are the same length! good luck and keep that monte on the road!!! see you at the light!
eBay, advanced auto parts or junkyard depends on what ur looking for. if its body parts a junkyard you can use parts from 81-86 they are all compatible
How do i replace a 81 mack injector pump
Technically any G body from 78-87. This would include the Malibu, GMC Caballero, Olds Cutlass, Monte Carlo, Buick Regal, Pontiac Grand Prix, and 81-83 Grand LeMans.
I've never heard of a 388 big block, but I'll say that in general, it's usually pretty easy to install a big block in place of a small block. Requires a bigger cooling system, and different exhaust, but very do-able. Headers are available for this swap.
Definitely from 81-87. A couple things to keep in mind....some of the turn signal levers are different. Some have cruise....some have the wipers on the turn signal, some don't. They will all bolt in but you'd have to re-wire if trying to use a different set up. Some of the 78 and up will also work.
Any windshield washer tank from a GM A/G body would work - Chevy El Camino (1978-87), Malibu (1978-83), Monte Carlo (1978-88), Buick Century (1978-81), Regal (1978-87), Olds Cutlass Supreme (1978-88), Pontiac Grand Prix (1978-87)
The answer is 1,3,9,27,81. 81*1=81 3*27=81 9*9=81 27*3=81 81*1=81
It is 81*81*81. Which is 531,441.
81% of 81= 81% * 81= 0.81 * 81= 65.61
How about: 9 times 9 = 81 or 81 times 1 = 81
81, as it is the highest factor of 81 (81 and 1) and is also a factor of 162 (81 and 2)
1, 3, 9, 27, 81. 1 x 81 = 81, 3 x 27 = 81, 9 x 9 = 81.
You shouldn't have to. I believe the 81 is a computer controlled ignition system. Times it self.. Unless the previous owner retro fitted points for some reason. Well that's a load of B*llocks. You always have to time your bike regardless of the ignition. If you have a boyer then you simply turn the crank to full advance and then set the pickup on the boyer ignition to match. the white dot has to be seen thru the hole in the boyer plate. its pretty much the same with the 81
81% = 81/100
LCM of 81 and 3 is 81.
It is: 81.'81'% recurring '81'
you bring it in to a auto parts shop like lordco and they get it checked for you,or you can fry it playing around with a sealed unit.