This is a '67 Camaro with a "LT1 corvette engine with fuel injection". If
anyone has the time, can you take a look at the pics on this site and be able
to tell me if this is a 1970's LT-1 engine or a 1990's LT1 engine. I know
the engine has fuel injection, rather than carburetion, but I don't know if
that necessarily means it's a 90s engine. What I'm really trying to figure
out though is whether this engine is computer controlled or not. Obviously
from my question I do not know a lot about engines, but am wanting to learn.
I'm trying to figure out how difficult this would be to work on for someone
who is learning as he goes.
On Fri, 14 Jan 2005 18:07:06 +0000 (GMT), Terminal Crazy
LT1 or not it has late model heads on it and with the TPI sitting on
top you can be sure that there is a EFI computer in there somewhere.
68' Camaro RS
88' Firebird Formula
00' Mustang GT Vert
I have to wonder if you're really that curious, why don't you email the
folks running the site, trying to sell the car, and ask them.
Or is this yet another ploy to get away with spamming to drive traffic to a
Just gotta wonder...
Nope, I actually already bought the car from them, so it's not even for sale
anymore. Unfortunately, the dealer did not know a lot about the engine.
They bought the car from the previous owner with it in there. Whether it's
a 70s LT-1 or a 90s LT1 wouldn't determine whether I wanted the car or not,
but I was curious on how easy it would be to work on.
You're right though, I probably should have said that from the start so that
nobody got the wrong impression.
There should be numbers stamped on the alternator pad behind the alternator.
Post what's there, including the three digit suffix code you find.
Joe--ASE Certified Parts Specialist & 10th Ann.Club Tech Director
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