FASSTWOOD said:you can definately do a chevy 350 motor. I just don't know how deep your pockets are. A 350 chevy motor with a carburator is probably the best way to go only because chevy parts are so readily available and cheap. An lt1 and a chevy 350 are basically the same blocks. An olds 350 motor are a bit harder to come by and they are more expensive to rebuild, but it will bolt right up to your tranny.
What did you do to get your fuel data panel to work? I've been pondering how to get all the electronics to jive with the 307..FASSTWOOD said:I did a swap in my 85, but I used an oldsmobile rocket 350 out of a '70 cutlass. that coulb be another route to look at and its a little easier.
I got everything to work a/c, cruise, p/s, and even my fuel data panel.
Mogul345 said:What did you do to get your fuel data panel to work? I've been pondering how to get all the electronics to jive with the 307..
Troll.Miklo II said:Such an old thread but honestly you all should be putting a CADILLAC powerplant into your caddies. Chevys are overrated. I would advise NOT to go with an LT1. I had two previous cars with that engine and it was a PITA with malfunctions. Caddy 472/500 bone would smoke any LT1 including the "300 hp vette version". Besides caddies got all the LOW END TORQUE u need to get the big body moving.