Yes a 305 will fit in a 1987 Pontiac firebird,I just got done putting
a 350 in mine ,but if i was you I would do some research first
because I ended up spending a lot more than I wanted too
because you have to change the transmission ,get a longer
driveshaft or extend the one you have on the car,none of
the parts on your 2.8 engine will work except the altinator
and I had to fabricate a bracket,motor mounts are a pain to
change that was the worst part besides bypassing all my instruments
put all mechanical instruments in it.
check this sight out http://www.thirdgen.org/ for questions I might
not be able to answer .Also if it is fuel injection thi is a problem.
Between 165 and 225 depending on exactly which model. http://www.thirdgen.org/1987-pontiac-firebird
165 hp @4000 rpm
No, it does not have one.
about 2 hours
The firing order for the 1993 Pontiac Firebird is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. This is for the 5.7 Liter V8 engine.
My 1992 Fire Bird has a 305 throttle body fuel injected.
305 CUBIC INCH.
"A stock 1987 Camaro Z28 305 V8 engine has at least 280 horsepower" Sorry, but the '87 305 only puts out 165 to 215 hp depending on the performance package. The 350 of that year only increased this by 10 hp to 225. Source: http://www.thirdgen.org/1987-pontiac-firebird
I have an 88 firebird with a 305 V8 with a 3 inch custom exhaust and it pushes around 350 so my guess would have to be somewhere around 300 hp it kinda depends on what else is in the car.
305 HP @ 5,200 rpm
I don't have the Formula AT, just a 1987 Firebird with 305. The relay is located on firewall drivers side. There are 2 that look similiar. Go to this web site for a picture and part number. http://www.rockauto.com/ref/ACDelco/Detail.html?15-8333.jpg or this site to do further searches on the car. http://www.rockauto.com/dbphp/mak,PONTIAC,1987,FIREBIRD+TRANS+AM,1251436,5.0L+305cid+V8+4BBL+(H),ELECTRICAL-SWITCH+xxampxx+RELAY why the relay? check the fan temp switch on the right lower engine block.