Can I put a corvette engine in my 2005 Monte Carlo SS

Asked by Jan 30, 2017 at 02:19 AM about the 2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS Supercharged FWD

Question type: Car Customization

Any early 2000,s corvette engines...will it fit in the
bay and be good to wire and use?!!??  I really want
to do it

2 Answers

85,305

I suppose it could be done, but you would have a lot of head aches doing this. First thing is the computer and wiring harness to make it run. You must have a V6 in it now. You may have to change out the trany also. Then to figure out how to hook everything back up, like trany linkage, exhaust, cooling system. The computer and wiring harness would take care of hooking it up to run. Lots of things to work out.

26,005

Yeah, you can do it- people are putting the LS engines in everything- buy a copy of hot rod magazine and look at all the LS engines in those cars- just do your homework-

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