Will a 305 fit in a 1987 Pontiac Firebird with a 2.8L?
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.
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.
Why does your Pontiac firebird 92 305 tbi stall when at a stop but when in nertual doesn't stall can it be a fuel pump or the idle air sensor?
Is the intake manifold on a 1989 Pontiac firebird 5.0 305 TBI bolt pattern the same as a standard 305 small block intake manifold?
You have a 1977 Chevy 350 out of a Chevelle and im puttin it in your 1986 firebird but the fly wheel off of your 305 and bell housing seems to be different what do you do its a 5 spd?
Answer Chevy engines are totally different from Pontiac engines. you'll need an adapter plate to fit it to a Pontiac transmission, assuming you're using the firebird tranny. check www.jegs.com they have the adapter plates there. OK...I don't see where the Pontiac engine comes into play here. In '86 it's a Chevy engine in that Firebird. As far as I know, the flywheel from the 305 will bolt right up to the 350. Use the 305…
Why would a 1987 Pontiac Firebird v8 305 run just fine until stopped when it just sputtered and died while still in Drive?
Would a carburated 305 fit into a 1995 Firebird with a V6 and would it work with a 5 speed Transmission?
a firebird is a different tranny and engine and formula is the engine and tranny of a trans am in a firebird body Truebut this is how it really is firebird was the oringinal car made then in i think it was 69 the ta cam around looked more sporty. A ta has honeycombed tail lights a formula and a ta are pretty much the same car TAs have and open wing formulas don't basicly…
Look at the 8th " character " of your VIN On a 1988 Pontiac Firebird : " F " is a 305 cubic inch ( 5.0 L ) V8 that is rated at 190 horsepower at 4800 RPM and 240 ft-lbs torque at 3200 RPM " E " is a 305 cubic inch ( 5.0 L ) V8 that is rated at 150 horsepower at 4000 RPM and 240 ft-lbs torque at 3200 RPM