ok i got a 1990 sunbird with a 2.0, im buying the 2.8 this weekend but i would like someone to tell me everything im gonna need to do for this swap from a 4 cyl to a 6 cyl. The more advice and help the better.
1.) Steering lines from the pump to the rack
3.) Speedo cable (VSS on 4-cyl tranny faces other direction)
4.) powersteering pump
5.) A/C lines from firewall
6.) Radiator and cooling fan
7.) Fuel pump
8.) Purge canister
9.) Antifreeze reservoir
10.) Exhaust (4-cyl exhaust pipe won't reach)
11.) Engine and tranny
i feel like im forgetting something though
lol ya obviously its crossed my mind just to buy a new car but i like my car. plus i got it for free so the money i would have spent on a car i can spend on modz and shit..plus all the time iv spent on this project i have to atleat finsish it. taking a beat'n up 1990 sunbird sedan, and customizing the shit out of it. take alook at my registry!
I'm with custom; I got my car for free and I can spend as much as I want on it to fix it up. Just like having a new car w/o monthly payments, just need to make payments to GM for new parts lol. But yeah why don't you get a 3.1 instead? From what I know the 3400 engine would be best.
There is not much difference between a 2.8 and a 3.1, other than .32" of stroke, So if a 2.8L is easier to find then it is a viable option, if a 3.1 is easier then it is viable, a 3100 or 3400 is nice but requires more custom work.
I am actually considering getting a 2.8L for the crank and make a higher reving gen3 V6 or rather potentially higher reving, among other reasons.
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