The base engine is the 350ci L48 V8 that puts out 180hp and the optional engine is the 350ci L82 V8 that puts out 210hp.
Check for a vacuum leak, possibly the EGR valve.
It should be located on a tag under the hood.
An 2WD Extended Cab 94' Silverado With A 5.7 350CI Will Do Aprox 17 Seconds Flat In The 1/4 Mile
Chevy 4.3L is a v-6 and the 5.7 is a 350ci v-8 way more power
The 1993 Fleetwoods did not come with a LT1 engine. The engine is a L05, 350ci with 185 horsepower with throttle body fuel injection. The LT1 350ci with 260 horsepower was used in the 94, 95, and 96 Fleetwoods.
no the bore is different
the 1974 base 350ci had 195hp.
All 1976 Corvettes were 350ci. The engine numbers will tell you if it's a base engine, L48 or L82.
5 quarts with filter change.
GM 350ci or 5.7L engine.
Around 230-250 depending on application I believe.
Should be an 305ci. V8, some also were equipped with a 350ci. engine.
The 350ci Small-Block V8 in the Buick Skylark could have anywhere from 140-260 hp.
Assuming that you have a 5.7L 350CI engine you need to find a 96+ VIN R engine, to replace it with.
On my 350ci chevy, it is above/beside the starter on the engine block. BE CAREFUL or you will get a face full of antifreeze!
If it is a 350ci engine the order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2
There are 61.02 cubic inches per liter, so: 350ci / 61.02 = about 5.7 liters
With the base L48 350ci V8 it puts out 185HP and with the optional L82 350ci V8 it puts out 220HP.
The firing order for a 1973 corvette 350ci and the optional 454 is 18436572 Firing order remains the same for breaker point ignition as well as HEI electronic Position of #1 plug wire on distributor cap changes slightly when converting to HEI from a standard breaker point ignition system...............sfvrider242
The casting number will tell you what block it is, but in some cases the block will be more than one displacement. IE 302, 327, 350ci on the same casting number (chevy)