I just dont get it. When installed in either the 2500 or the 3500 models, this engine generated 230 horsepower and 385 foot-pounds of torque. But if you want bolt on, i'd go chip, ignition, headers, intake. Don't know if they are still available. Posted on Mar 05, 2011 These are the same bolt patterns, bolt pattern is 4 X 4. You may also be noticing that the volt and temp gauges go up and down slightly with the turn signal when it is activated? I had the same truck and in order of performance increase: Jet Performance chip either stage 1 or 2 depending on what you have done to your truck already. Removing the existing radio with the equalizer and tape deck took some time to remove but hopefully the new stereo will be easier since it comes with all the accessories.
This is really great info and i am glad i posted on here. My 93 which I bought in 95 never had any major problems. Only normal ware and tear. In 1993, Chevy installed a 5. Best to establish a new one rather than chase the old one and assume it is ok. I've done nothing but scheduled maintenence … , it's never needed any major repairs! It had a compression ratio of 9.
The throttle position sensor on the right side is all wrong for a 93. The truck I'm selling has many valuable parts. Lowered Slightly, New lights, Tail Lights, Tires, wheels, grill, ground effects, bumper cover, bed liner, insides clean, straight lil Truck 4 out of 5 stars by Gravy from Frystown on Wed Feb 21 2018 I've had plenty of experience with ck bodies over the years. The distances grew longer, the trucks bigger. Grocery Getter, Show Truck, Custom, Garage Kept, No Rust Anywhere. Or better yet when the vehicle reaches operating temperature and begins to stall take the leads of the coolant temperature and jump it together.
Any repair manual would have an overhead view of the engine showing firing order. In the 1500 model, this engine produced 165 horsepower and 236 foot-pounds of torque; in the 2500 model, it generated 160 horsepower and 235 foot-pounds of torque. With the shift kit it will chirp in second, or if i floor it it will burn out all the way up to 45-50 mph, power brakes with ease. In the 3500 model, it produced 190 horsepower and 300 foot-pounds of torque. The only problem is the stock injectors can handle up to like 425 hp and the Holley is over kill.
Can sonny or anyone tell me more about the vortec heads idea that sounds like a good spring project? It's been my experience that the exhaust shops use heavier wall pipe, so it stands to reason that the exhaust will last alot longer. I am having trouble deciding what to do. Dealer can order you one or you may find one at a salvage yard. Little truck rides in little trucks. I would inspect the plug and make sure there is a good verifiable ground from the cab to the frame even to the transmission itself. I drove the truck for 14 years. No reader had called to demand equal time for trucks and cars; and the truck in question was a Chevy K1500 Fleetside pickup -- regular cab, long bed, four-wheel-drive, a big hugga-mugga.
Still, I thought I wasn't hooked. Some manufactures do have these on line. But if anyone knows the problem please comment below. I have a 1993 Chevy silverado 2500 ext cab short bed 4X4 with 148k on the motor. The cabs of these trucks have notoriously bad grounding. It seems a little bit sluggish for a stock 350. Someone once told me that if you increase the diameter of your tires it lowers the final gear ratio.
Chevrolet equipped the base models of its 1500 and 2500 trucks with a 4. My truck stays garaged all the time. An electric fan makes a difference but when it's hot out and you get stuck in traffic you could over heat your engine. Take 'em or leave 'em. I would really like to increase the power in my truck. When we say the firing order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2, we are talking about the front-most piston attached to the crankshaft, then the rear-most piston, then the fourth, the third, and so on.
Radio may also freak out at louder volume settings if the ground in the cab is compromised. I currently drive a 1998 k1500. Read the question before you answer, Thanks! The spacer woke the truck up in a big way. The thermistor used has a high-resistance when cold, lowering as the coolant warms. Had to replace the transmission at 94K due to towing my boat all over the state and ocean fishing. Open sensor ground circuit 4. A friend has a '94 with the 4.
O yeah I am also looking for a mild cam to throw in there. You measure the coolant resistor ohms when its cold then measure it when the engine is warm. The advice about the 97 Vortec heads is solid. I would highly recomend this truck. Do the shops make as good of stuff as big names? That's an inexpensive mod that pays off on the older trucks. All in all i think those things together will add for a pretty powerful combo.