its on the drivers side head.
gage should sit in the middle
On the side of the water pump housing
300 hp for the LT1
Why would you want to put a '76 vintage small block into your 1994 Corvette to replace the LT1? That's craziness but it can certainly be done. Now, if you're asking whether you can install a 1994 LT1 into a '76, your answer is ABSOLUTELY YES. LT1 into older Corvette is a very common swap. Good luck with it.
The 350 LT1 in the 1993-97 Z28s are considered by some as a "detuned" Corvette engine, but they never matched the Corvette in actual horsepower ratings (not officially, anyway)
There was no LT1 in the 1992 B body, the LT1 was introduced in the F body and Corvette in 1993, and 1994 in the B and D bodies.
in 92 caprice did not come with lt1 only corvette had lt1 in 92
Disconnect the battery. Remove the air temp sensor, air filter hose, and accessory drive belt. Drain the radiator and remove the hoses from the water pump. Remove the distributor cap and rotor, and replace with new ones.
Rough idle lacks power
1971 chev truck/corvette/lt1
it will fit on any Chevy SMALL BLOCK of the same generation of your LT1
I had a 95 Impala SS with the lt1 350 and a friend with a Camaro lt1 and as I understand it the main difference was the Caprice 9c1/ Impala SS LT1 had more torque than the Camaro and Corvette versions since it was a heavier car and thus had a slight less horse power. on a side note when I raced a corvette with a LT1 we were head to head, the corvette was stock and my only modification was a cold air intake. hope this helps you
The LT1, which was the base engine for the 1994 Corvette, was rated at 300 HP @ 5,000 RPM and 340 lb-ft of torque @ 3,600 RPM.
Yes, also the 1995 buick roadmaster
Yes, the mounting position is the same, but the actual mounts are different. Bolt the mounts from your 1975 corvette to your 1996 LT1 engine and it should go right in. The transmission should also bolt right up to your 1996 LT1 engine.
The pressure should be 44-47 psi on LT1.
The GM F Body LT1 cars got the 2 bolt mains. Only the Corvette LT1 got the 4 bolt mains with aluminum heads.
check coolant temp sensor, the computer is still running on open loop, doesnt know engine is cold, unplug sensor, it should run the same, do you have check engine light on ??
No. OBD1 = CPS.
I believe that the both the 96 vette and caprice use the LT1 (I think 96 was the last year for the LT1). In that case, yes.
A 1970 Corvette Stingray with the 350ci LT1 V8 can go from 0-60 MPH in 5.7sec. and has a top speed of 122 MPH.