there should be a cubic inch size that is stamped on the side of the block. you may have to jack it up and look from under neith..it should be right in front of or behind the motormount...as far as the tranny i have no idea if you cant find the cu.in. on the block there should be about a 10 digit # on the front of the motor...take it to a speed shop or an advance ...same on tranny the # should be about the same ...they should be able to tell you what year,what size, and the horse power most probably your conversion is a 305 cid with a turbo 350 for the tranny.
Kids love to accessorize themselves, and this is true for both boys and girls. In most cases, they will ask their parents to help out. So, if your kid says that they have to attend a fancy dress party, what accessories do you choose for them? You have to take care that you don’t overdo it or else your darling could be a laughingstock at the party. Here are some things to keep in mind when you are accessorizing your kid for a party.
▪ The gender of the kid is important. Boys cannot be saddled with ladies’ purses, for example. Though you think your boy may be pretty in girl’s clothing, you don’t what to cause embarrassment in later life for him. And vice-versa, you probably don’t want your girl looking and behaving like a tom-boy. Select the accessories according to the gender of your kid.
▪ Try to accessorize as appropriately as possible. No one should be asking the kid, “Why are you putting that buckle on your hat?” Meaningless accessories are passé. Subtlety is in.
▪ It is best if you make the most of the accessories available at home. You could make bowties, ribbon decorations and even necklaces and bracelets at home. You save on expenses, and by doing this it will make your kid feel unique and special. Also, make sure that you don’t give them any wrong signals. Don’t make your little boy carry a smoking pipe for example. They are going to grow up with the impression that smoking is okay. Keep all taboo things out of their costume, even if they are dressing up as a pirate.
▪ Another thing to remember is to accessorize the kid to a reasonable level before they are to leave for the event. If you kit them out with too many accessories, then the accessories are already going to be ruined.
You should not spend more for these accessories than the going rate, even though some malls may sell them at extortionate rates. Your kids are never going to wear the same thing twice. Most importantly, make the whole ‘dressing up’ event a fun thing for the kid – this is a good occasion for you to spend some quality time with them.
Make: Chevy Model: ?? Year: ?? Engine: ??
either a 700r4..or a 460l-e
The 86 2.8L automatic transmission will not bolt up to a 71 Chevy engine.
on the underside of the engine , next to the oil pan bolted to the transmission bellhousing.
The engine number (the last eight numbers of the vehicle identification number) is stamped on the engine block, transmission and frame.
to the transmission, not the engine
On the bottom of the engine or transmission.On the bottom of the engine or transmission.
Between the engine and transmission.Between the engine and transmission.
the transmission is located on the driver's side of the engine and yes the engine has to be removed to change the transmission
about 6000rpm, anywhere from 5800 to 6200 depending on conditions of atmosphere and engine load
The Engine Serial Numbers Must Match The Serial Numbers on the ID Plate of the car......... Also the transmission and differential are serial numbered as well as the engine. The numbers matching refers to those numbers matching the original build sheet on that particular car.
Two on the engine, one on the transmission.Two on the engine, one on the transmission.
To convert propane engine to a gasoline engine, you will have to buy the conversion kits. The conversion kits usually come along with the instructional booklets.
yes you can use the engine if you use all brackets, mounts and exaust manifolds that came out of the car that your puting the eingne in. the transmission may fit check tag numbers to verify the transmission is the same because ford used mor than 1 transmission in these years
They are different mounts (different part numbers) but serve the same purpose, to hold the engine or transmission in place and absorb some of the engine vibrations.
You should drain the oil in the engine. Put engine oil back in the engine because the transmission oil is not made for engines and will hurt the moving parts of the engine if left in.
There will be differences with the input shaft, and possibly bell housing, it depends on the transmission model and engine you are trying to match up, not every 1990 had the same engine or transmission. Good news is that no matter what you decide you want there is a conversion kit available, just check out the mustang mod sites.
They are all over the engine and on the front of the transmission.They are all over the engine and on the front of the transmission.
The whole engine and transmission has to be removed... the hood has to also be removed to get to it. The whole engine and transmission has to be removed to get to the transmission... the hood has to also be removed to get to it.
The numbers 2.0 and 1.8 represent the size of the engine, in liters. It does not mean different types of transmissions. They are the same transmissions.
It is the part of the transmission case that bolts to the engine.It is the part of the transmission case that bolts to the engine.
The torque converter is between the engine and transmission.The torque converter is between the engine and transmission.
The engine and transmission are removed together out the bottom.The engine and transmission are removed together out the bottom.
The last four numbers of your trim tag door tag engine block numbers and transmission numbers will match. They are the production number for your car. Then alot of reseach into what your car came with and where everything goes.