Vin J is typically was an aluminum head motor made from 1999 and newer for some models. 1994-96 3100 SFI V6 vin M ENHANCED /160hp @ 5200 rpm /185tq @ 4000 rpm /9.6:1 Compression /FWD, distributor shaft driven oil pump, DIS, hydraulic roller camshaft. 1997-04? 3100 SFI V6 vin M RPO LG8 /175hp @ 5200 rpm /195tq @ 4000 rpm /9.6:1 Compression /FWD, distributor shaft driven oil pump, DIS, hydraulic roller camshaft, roller rocker arms
yes the 60 degree v6s and the 90 degree v6s share the 60 degree bell gousing pattern
From the factory there were no supercharged Fieros. Only 2.5L 4cylinders and 2.8L V6s. There are many kits available to drop in superchargered 3.8L V6s, or small block V8s, even Cadillac northstar V8s.
a Audi 80 2.6v6 has a belt
A previous answer said that in 98 the V6s went to timing chains.
Yes, a 3.1 will fit in the Fiero. They are the same block.
Nope, V6s cant match the sound of a V8.
yes as long as they are both v6s or v8s
125 HP. 130 HP and above are V6s.
I don't think v6s are out yet there might be I don't really know but the place to get a tamagotchi is most toy stores
Sorry, but you can't. Music City is only for V6s. Try going to the V4.5 part of www.tamatown.com.
Throttle body fuelies replaced Carter carbs on the v8s and v6s beginning with the 1987-88 model years
The Bosch 3331 is equivalent to a Fram 3387 and should fit most late model GM V6s.
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General Motors There are actually 746 applications for this filter from cars in the 1960's all the way up to current models. Specifically it fits many specific models of American Motors, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, Hummer, International, Isuzu, Jeep, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Saab, Saturn, and VAM (Mexico). It fits most GM product V8 engines, and a few GM larger 6 cyls (3.5, 3.9, 4.2), International 6 cyls, and Saturn V6s. I
depends there are a few options but mainly 305 some 350 and alot of v6 2.8 The only V6s in a Trans Am, ever was the Turbo in a 90
count the spark plugs that should let you know. most are 8 but there are some late 60 gm w head v6s that are 327s
it depends which version u have. v6s live forever unless they marry or u take bad care of them. v4s die when they're about 10-15.
rally sport has the ground effects and suspension pack. while the super sport has both packages plus the power pack which would include a more powerful v8 Rally Sports dont come with v8s they come with V6s - Since when do Rally Sports only come with V6s? Have you never seen a 1987 V8 RS for example? hence the term V8 from 93-97 all rs had v6 and in 98 the body kit was then called sports appearance package and could be ordered on any camaro other than the ss
Never. The Taurus engines...both the Vulcan and the Duratec V6s...both have a timing CHAIN that lasts the life of the engine, not a timing belt.
Some can like a v4 and a v5 but not a v1,v2,v3 or v5.5 v6s also can but that's pretty easy to figure out
2006 what? On trucks you can see them on the rear of the engine by the oil pan. On i4's on hondas and such, they can be in the front of the engine or to the side. V6s are usually to the rear of the engine. Hope this helps
The 1990 Dodge Dynasty was offered in three engine trims between a 2.5 4-cylinder and 3.0 and 3.3L V6s. The vehicle can be run on API SJ or above 0 and 5W30 energy conserving oils year round. 10W30 is also fully compatible with these engines.
According to Haynes Manual for Buick, Pontiac and Olds, all V6s have the following timing order. 1-6-5-4-3-2
cylinder :16243 Answer It's actually 1-2-3-4-5-6; as are all GM 60 degree V6s (2.8, 3.1, 3.4) - check your service manual.