Any General Motors dealership should have PLENTY of these bolts in stock.
Buy a kit at auto parts comes with adaptors and instructions
No it is not needed, yes usually a performance intake adds power, the real question is why would you run 1psi?
take off the stock intake. it should pull right off....slide the new intake pipe in where the old one came off...
no cause a 4 bolt main has 2 extra bolts on each main
you can buy a repair kit at any parts store. It is very simple to do...
Yes, remove the intake manifold and replace the gasket. It can be done with a basic mechanics tool kit.
Bring the correct bolt with you to an auto parts store and they can supply you with a thread repair kit for that striped out bolt hole. The kit will give you everything you need including directions. You will need to supply a power drill.
where online can i order it at a cheap price?
A pipe cleaner is best. No kit is complete without them.
You don't really need a radio wiring diagram just go to walmart and get a adapter converter kit for about 14.00 : - )
It depends if you want a bolt on kit or a custom kit, the largest bolt on kit is a 24" Full Throttle supension kit for a 99-04 F-250, F-350, and Excursion, you can fit any size tire underneath it. then you have the custom lift kits, the largest recorded on a street legal truck is a 52" lift with 54" boggers. I personally own an Excursion with the 24" lift kit, and I own an 01 dodge 1500 with 14" suspension lift with a custom 4 inch body, sitting on 49 iroks.
There is no conversion kit made for that, you need to just get a set of V8 motor mounts and bolt them in and then you can drop the V8 in.
Buy a kit at Wal-Mart or auto parts store, comes with instructions
I'm not sure exactly what your working on but it sounds like a "heli-coil" would do the trick. Stop in your local auto parts store and ask them for a "heli-coil" kit to repair the size bolt you have. The kit will supply what is necessary to repair the threaded hole back to original.
I guess you're asking about an after market intake? It should be easy. 1. Go to parts store...buy appropriate intake kit. 2. Follow manufacturers installation instructions
If the head is striped and a socket or wrench will no longer grip the bolt you can get a set of bolt extractors at any local auto parts store...they will dig into the bolt head so you can remove it...just make sure to get a new bolt or brake hardware kit while your at the parts store.
Yes, there is a kit made by Wurth It Designs for 57-64 Ford Galaxie's. This kit is a direct bolt in and requires no cutting, welding, or fabrication.
There are 2 yas to put a cold air intake on it is to cut out a hole big enough behind the driver side head lights to fit it in there. The next way " more expensive " is to buy a hood or put vents in the stock hood and run that way. The easiest bolt on air performance upgrade is a air ram kit which is simply an open type filter like a cold air intake but not able to get fresh air.
* Magnaflow exhaust system * K&n intake kit
intake exhaust cams valve timing stroker kit lower gearing sort of a general question....
It depends on what needs to be replaced. A rebuild kit can consist of rings, bearings, and gaskets, but can also be ordered with everything but the block and heads.
You need a bellhousing that mates your engine and transmission. Check with Summit or Jeg's for your application.
umm recharge your ac compresser u can buy the kit at wallmart for like 30 bucks
You could simply install headers, a cold air intake, and exhaust system, but even that costs several hundred dollars. If you want a whole lot of power on demand, you could also install a nitrous-oxide kit. They practically bolt right in.
I found a Cold Air Intake kit at Advance Auto....however it only fits up to 4" intake piping.If the intake on the Vic is 4" it will work.Id recommend getting a 4" HIGH FLOW filter from K&N....make sure you get a high flow filter....a 4" Filter isn't very big for a 302....unless you can find a larger filter, with a 4" inlet that will fit....If not the 4" HIGH FLOW from K&N should work just fine...but,the intake kit i found was $100+, and the filter was $50so its gonna cost you.but nobody makes one, so the Universal kit at Advance Auto, is your best, if not, only bet.