Yes, it will.
Can a v.8 5.7l 350 engine fit into a 1994 Pontiac firebird?
350. Type your answer here...
The 350 that year had a measly 160 h.p.
well, i have a '91 that came with the original 305, but after slinging a rod in it, i installed a 350. but i am told you can make it into a 383
Chevy 350 LT1
No it will not.
If it's a Pontiac 350......and it should be, it is a direct swap. You don't need to change ANYTHING. Pull the 350 out and put the 455 in.
If it is a Pontiac 350, any hei distributor out of any size Pontiac motor up to 1979 will work.
Unless you have absolutely nothing better to do, this is absurd. The Pontiac engine will not hook up to the Chevy transmission. Then the complete exhaust system will have to be custom made. There is hardly anything that will work....... No The Pontiac is carburated, and wont bolt to the transmission, mounts or wiring
I show 49,048 Base Firebird & 15,358 Tran-am
Some Pontiacs came from the factory with Chevy engines. If this is the case on your 79 firebird, then the transmission will bolt up to a 350 Chevy. If the car came with a Pontiac engine, then the bolt pattern is different and would not bolt up.
only a Buick, olds or Pontiac engine will bolt to a Pontiac tranny as Chevy blocks have a different bolt pattern.
yes but you will have to replace the computer with one from a v-8 car
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.
No the bolt pattern for the v6 and the v8 are different
The 1984 model of Firebirds did not come with a 5.7 (350) engine. there was a 5.0 305 H.O. in the Trans Am and a standard output 5.0..
if it is a Pontiac engine it will take 5 quarts, 6 quarts with a filter change.
for my 1974 firebird 5.7L 350, it is the oil filter mounting bracket (aka the housing the oil filter goes into)
A 1997 Pontiac Firebird WS6 has the LT1 350 V8 inside. With the WS6 package, it was rated at 305HP. Without the WS6 package, it was rated at 285HP.
different exhaust, depending on which 350, Pontiac or corporate, different mounts, possibly different transmission, need more info on what swap you want to perform
Yes you can my neighbor has one same year automatic I don't know what transmission it is though sorry. I know it had a 350 in it
It'll fit with no problems and you'll still have more room under your hood then the 4th generations do.
A 350 will easily fit but you could install a larger engine with major modifications. Stick with a 350 which was the optional engine in Firebirds. You will have to change the ECU also, so a donor car would be the easiest. If I were in your shoes, I would sell this Firebird and purchase one with a 350 already installed. You would be money ahead in the long run.