It takes a lot to beef up a 305 but they are capable of making almost 400+hp
Yes IF the original engine in the rs was a 305. rs v6's and v8's have different trannys.
The early 305 H.O. (L69) Camaro's would suffer from vapor lock and was recalled by G.M., you might want to see if your Camaro was ever repaired.
if your caprice has a 305 or 350 already there shouldn't be a problem. otherwise new or custom motor mounts will be needed, also a tranny to match up to the 350 from the camaro
I don't know why you would want to spend money on 305 heads, when you could take that money and buy a set of good 350 heads already beefed up and ready to go.
once you have the bellhousing,any gm trans will bolt up. camaro and firebird trans will require special crossmember.they mount at an angle.
if you do not have spark you will not have fuel check coil module and ignition pick up coil.
needs a carbureator tune up, air and fuel mixture is off.
Yes it will hook right up with no problems at all. The only thing that is different is the bore and stroke.
If maintained an auto trans will last for the life of a car just as a motor can
Its on the back firewall, if you follow that single vacume hose on the backside of your Throttle Body it will go straight up to your MAP sensor.
Jack up the motor and replace them. Center of the motor on the sides. Use a block of wood on a floor jack and lift on the oil pan,
Depends on what the 305 is in, a 305 camaro engine needs like a 9 tooth starter because the fly wheel is 12.75 inches in diameter with 50 some teeth. A 305 in a Chevy half ton will have like a ten tooth starter for the 14.25 inch diameter flywheel that has like 60 some teeth. All 305 engines before 1986 are the same they did have different flywheels for what ever Chevy put them in. 1986 and newer 305's had different cranks the flywheel bolts up different on a 1986 305 compared to a 1983 305.
Is it an Olds engine? Olds never made a 305. Olds did produce a 307. However, once the Olds V8 went out of production, Chevy 305's were used instead of the Olds 307. If it's the Chevy engine, it will bolt right in with no modifications. If it's the Olds engine, you CAN put it in a Camaro, but you'll need an adapter plate for the bellhousing. Chances are the exhaust manifolds won't line up with the existing exhaust either, not to mention a bunch of other little tweaks that you will need to do to get the Olds engine in the Camaro, but yes, it's absolutely doable.
Yes, you can use a windshield from a 1993 and up Camaro for your 2001 Camaro.
If you have the LU5 V8 you could do possibly up to 130MPH, I had a '86 5.0 and I got it up to 122, me with 2 other bodies in it. Still had room to go, but the weight was preventing its top.
distributor wire to the distributor red and brown to the starter alternator hook up is the same on the v 6 and the 305 all located on left side of wiring harness coming out the fire wall and you will have to have a vacum advane distributor to bypass computer
Not sure dude. Never felt up a camaro. =-)
yes. the last year of any Pontiac v8 was the 301 in 81. the standard engine in the 82 and up firebirds was the corporate engine-the Chevy 305
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A 400 will bolt up to either a 305 or a v6. Whichever you prefer.
If you have a 2.8 engine in your camaro it should bolt right up.
There are cosmetic differences, but yeah, it will bolt up.
The Camaro Z28 can hold up to 15.5 gallons of gas. The first Camaro Z28 was released to the public in the year 1974.
At the beginning of the Transformers movie the beat up, old one is a 1976 camaro and at the end the new improved one is a 2010 camaro.