it is 5000 rpms. (3.4 is the v6 1994 camaro.
if it is a 3.8 then it has about 220 at 5200 rpms (3.8 is the v6 1995-2002 i think) OR if it is a 3.4 it has about 175 at 5000 rpms. (3.4 is the v6 1994 camaro)
between 500/750 depends on where the idle screw is set
Well it should be going about 4000 rpms
The torque rating for your stock 1968 Camaro 327 cubic inch engine is 235 pounds at 3000 RPMs. The torque rating at 3500 RPMs is 255 pounds.
No, that is not normal. Should be around 2500 rpms.
If you have an engine that idles at 6000 rpms, you need to have it checked - immediately. Around 750 rpms would be normal.
800 rpm normal temperature
Check plug wires I had this problem with my 1999 camaro new wires fixed it.
Once the engine warms up it should be in between 600-800 rpms.
LT1 350 275hp stock and 325 ft lbs of torque at 2400 rpms
.5 inches to 1.5 inches
rod bearing or cam bearings is there eny oil preasher
No less then 6 PSI. At 1000 RPMs. 18 PSI. are more at 2000 RPMs. 24 PSI. are more at 4000 RPMs. And that is factory specs.
Yes, at idle it brings the normal stock of 900 up to 1000 rpms
The RPMs and the engine of the 2001 Oldsmobile Alero might surge if there is a problem with the oxygen or fuel sensor. It may also surge if there is a problem with the fuel injectors or the fuel filter.
if you have the 4 speed trany rpms will only let you go about 120 at 5 1/2 rpm
You can't. It has no governor. Speed & RPMs are controlled by the ECU.
maybe a vacuum leak
my 1990 tracker runs at a little less than 3,500 rpms and it has a 1.6 backed with a 3-speed trany.
You have a vacum leak. A big one. Check all your hoses. Idle should be under 1k rpms
your air-mass meter is probably broken
PSI is (Pounds per Square Inch), not RPMs (Revolutions Per Minute), so how is this related to a tachometer which reads RPMs? Are you referring to the Superchargers Boost reading on the boost gage? If so, this sounds normal for a supercharger with the engine running.PSI is (Pounds per Square Inch), not RPMs (Revolutions Per Minute), so how is this related to a tachometer which reads RPMs? Are you referring to the Superchargers Boost reading on the boost gage? If so, this sounds normal for a supercharger with the engine running.
Yes. Some. But you should have at least 20 - 40 lbs at idle. 60 - 80 lbs when running at highway speeds.