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Thread: 1994 CAMARO ENGINE SWAP

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    1994 CAMARO ENGINE SWAP

    I have a 1978 chevy 383 stroker built from ground up 520 lift cam soild lifter alum heads looking to remove the 5.7efi from a 1994 camaro and use all of the efi stuff on the stroker engine what kind of trouble will i have?

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    I belive the intake wont fit,5.7 efi is a vortech and has a differnt angle on it.
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    The intake is a little different, but I don't think it's Vortec style. Just he center bolts are at a little different angle, but can be oblonged and bosses ground flat to work fine on the older style heads.

    Other than that, tuning issues with the stock EFI.
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    If the 94 camaro has an LT1 350 you will have many issues. The LT1 has no distributor due to the optispark ignition system and probably has cam and crank position sensors which your engine won't have. I've also been told these engines must be dropped out from underneath the car, that sounds like a real treat too.


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