I'm thinking about building a Chevrolet 302 for my 81 Camaro. yes I do know that the 383 stroker makes more power but I'm thinking of the days when some of you might of been around and driven some of the Z28s with the 302. My dad tells me stories of his 70 Camaro with a built 302 in it. And with that thought I would like to build one out of an old 350 four bolt main block. That I got laying around. And I know some of you well tell me that I should build a 383 out of it, but I want to be different with it. Why not?? So all that I'm asking is where I might be able to get a crank to make one and if I can with a 350 block. If I don't like it then oh well right?? Then I will make something else with it after it goes or put it in something else and wait for it to go. Theres nothing wrong with experimenting, right?? The only lost is the money spent on it, that seems like a good gamble to me. Better spent on a motor then something else. Thanks for reading.
ok i got the car to run. the way that i did it is i found the power wire going to the fuel pump and spiced into it with a wire coming from the postive post on the battery. the fuel pump still works (thank god lol). the only thing now is that i got to change the wiring harness on it so that i can get everything to work.
Man the fuel pump won't come on. I got the car to run yesterday with starting fluid, and it sounded nice. but I don't know if the pump works or not. I looked in a repair manual and there is no fuse for it on the 1992 Camaro RS. Ether I got to change it or something I don't know.