No laws against size. Smog is another thing. Your car must pass smog. I believe after it's 25 years old they quit checking it though so... However, if you mean "what can I put in there without killing myself." I'd stick to the big blocks. A 454 will go nicely in there and EVERYTHING you can possibly imagine is already available so, no worries.AnswerChevy makes a 502 small block crate motor. Awesome motor... and because its a Chevy small block, tons of performance parts are available... not that you'll need them.
If you can get it raised then you can get tires of any size as long as there street legal.
how to remove the engine of the 2001 monte carlo step by step
Depends on what engine and what year Monte Carlo you're referring to...
There was no Monte Carlo in 2008, their final year was 2007.
The 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo starter can be found on the right hand side of the engine. The starter will be near the back of the engine.
Loosen the engine mount retaining bolt. Jack up your 2000 Monte Carlo engine. Remove the engine retaining bolt and the engine mount bushing. Put the new engine mount bushing in and reverse the process.
Do you have to reprogram a engine computer once you replace it on a 03 Monte Carlo ss 3.8?
The 2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo 3.4 liter V6 engine has a timing CHAIN
Monte Carlo ls
In engine compartment
The crankshaft position sensor for the 1995 Monte Carlo is located on the front of the engine. It is just to the right of where the crankshaft comes out of the engine.
The 96 Z34 with the overhead cam 3.4 was an interfierence engine.
None, as there is no such engine as a 5.0 dohv
Trying to find location of water pump on a 2000 mote Carlo 3.4 engine
where is the mass air flow sensor located on a 2001 chev Monte Carlo
i have a 2004 chevy monte carlo and the service engine soon light is on what does it mean?
no there two different body styles
No, there is no difference, unless one is a 3.4L OHV and the other is a 3.4L DOHC (Dual Over Head Cam).
On the bottom of the engine.
ENGINE FUSE BOX
Yes. The HO engine in the Monte Carlo SS had higher compression, bigger valves, and a different cam.
It's probably a head gasket problem.