lt1 is a 350
#5 cylinder on a Chevy 350Its the 3rd cylinder back on the drivers side of the engine
yes the Chevy in line 6 cylinder and the 350 share the same bolt pattern from 1963 and up.
73 Chevy 350 firing order: 18436572 countercockwise
The Firing order for a Chevy 350 is 18436572.
The firing order for a Chevy 350 V-8 5.7 is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 and is mark on the intake housing in the top of your engine what is the position of the rotor for the #1 cylinder?
torque specs 350 Chevy heads65 lbs
take out the cylinder head bolts
2nd one on drivers side
Not on the head gaskets.
No. You will have to get v-8 mounts.
Answer The 86 Chevy block and the 87 Chevy block are the exact same block, nothing changed, it will fit perfectly.yes
firing order for any Chevy v-8I am a Chevy owner and racer, the firing order on any Chevy v-8 is as follows: with the distributor rotor pointing to #1 cylinder, and the cap is on, the order is: 1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2
350 or a 292 inline 6 cylinder
That would be the 1st cylinder on the drivers side head up front.
No. Not without switching the cylinder heads. I think it was 89, Chevy came out with the 1st generation Vortec heads, which require a different intake.
Driver side front cylinder.
almost 44 cubic inches per engine cylinder
timing for 1984 350 is 18436572
They didn't make a Chevy 350 in 1967. This answer is wrong... The 350 came in the 1967 Chevy Camaro SS350. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chevrolet_small-block_engine