would it be possible to pull a v6 out of a 95 firebird and drop in a v8

Asked by Jul 30, 2012 at 08:19 PM about the 1995 Pontiac Firebird Base

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Yes. You're looking at replacing the wiring harness, front suspension, radiator, transmission if you have a T5 5 speed, PCM, you'd want to swap the rear end for a limited slip if you have an open differential, and other various odds and ends.

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As far as price goes, you're better off selling the V6 if it's in good running condition and buying a good running factory V8 car. That being said, though, if you want to rebuild the engine outside of the car and replacing all the suspension w/ performance aftermarket, then a V6 is a great swap car.

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yes, but it is very expensive

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it would be cheaper and alot less work to just buy a V8 firebird. like Samuel says all those parts would have to be changed.

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Depends on where you are stated. For me it would be cheaper to swap the engine, than buy a factory V8.. On one hand buy a factory V8, from other hand, if you are willing to know much about the car you're driving - swap the engine.

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