Just wanted to know what I would have to do if I want to drop a corvette 350 small block in my 1987 fiero Pontiac gt

Asked by Apr 23, 2014 at 09:55 PM about the 1987 Pontiac Fiero GT

Question type: Car Customization

I want to swap it and want to know what I would have to
change

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114,305

Almost everything. The fiero is a rear engine car. Break out your torch your going to be busy.

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114,305

And if you planning on putting the 350 up front remember to upgrade the front suspension to handle the extra weight.

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114,305

Although got to say you got me thinking. This would be a neat build.

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Yea but I don't want to get in to all that just yet I'm on a budget do you know a good powerfully engine that'll fit with little to no changes

4,765

The GM V8 swap is actually something you can do yourself. It's a bit of work but there are a ton of aftermarket kits and dress-up items. Try this: http://www.v8archie.com/v8fiero.htm

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114,305

Hey norm that's cool. They got a mid '80s model TPI V8 in the back of that car. Sure bet that's fun as hell to drive.

4,765

I saw two Fieros with 2008 GTO engines stuffed in them at the Carlisle Swap Meet 2013. One was supercharged. Both went all-Pontiac just to make it look legit I guess. It works!

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