I have been looking for a Duke header and finding this thread just made me very happy. The shorter version was used in the narrower N bodies like the Buick Somerset and Pontiac Grand Am. Every used Chevy Iron Duke truck engine in stock receives its own warranty. If I could have, I would have moved the curve of the pipe about an inch or two away. Edited October 31, 2015 by Derek Jones Are you getting spark? Post Reply hello tthis car is 4 daily dravin and use and i whant 2 know how much horse power 2 expect?? It's good to see someone step up with header for the Four! The one on the cam was some sort of fiber reinforced plastic crap. Any advice on that one? I'm not so sure that even the bore centers aren't different between the two designs.
As mentioned, different head bolt locations. Yes the S-10 is a 2. I made sure all three connectors are hooked up to the module properly, and that I used the dielectric grease. As it stood I was replacing the starter every 6 months like clockwork. It needs to be replaced at or before 60k.
It have to be off the 60's model motor. They made The Iron Duke in 60's they came in chevy 2's 64 and 65 for sure. The first iron duke was in chevy2's. One thing that I have found out is that the Chilton has some info that the Haynes hasn't and vice versa. I want to find the best way to tuning it. Any clue as to how this might have happened, or what might be wrong? I can measure all that but since yours fit, seems like a good start to Leif it's not too much trouble to dig it out.
And it is totally different from the 2. They used only the conventional not crossflow cylinder heads from the earlier North American models, like the Chevy Novas'. If it was I would think you would smell the slipping clutch. If you have an intake laying around and somebody wants to give you two hun for it, man I'd be jumpin on that. The '82 to maybe '85 or so Camaros and Firebirds were also offered with a 2. Most repairs have already been covered multiple times somewhere in great depth that will satisfy your needs.
However there is no water pump provision on the S10 block for the fiero. Amys may know more as I believe he was going to order one. I have the same engine in my 1994 S-10. I'll make sure I keep the stock pieces just in case I ever need to put them back on. Post Reply So I won't ruin the class here and If you do not know the Best little 4 Cyl.
The pipe looks like it gets narrower right at the bend. The thing looks great and has an awesome sound. Every build is a genuine motor and has not been rebuilt or modified. Power output remained at 90 hp 67 kW. I also made sure the dist.
I put it on and it was much better then before, but on acceleration it feels like an automatic transmission slipping. I realize that if I start the snipe hunt in North Jersey for one of the elusive Mercruiser 3. The iron duke was basically the Pontiac 301 re modified into a four cylinder. This was replaced by a swirl-port head with 9. The engine was updated one final time two years later with , new pistons, rods, crankshaft, and an in-pan oiling system. They also have ignition wire and coil problems that often cause an acceleration misfire.
Weld or flange in an ss flex pipe , widely available, any salvage yard. It was also available as the Hurricane in economy model. Crossflow Cross-flow cylinder heads were added in mid-1979, leading people to refer to this version as the crossflow. Joe: I think Pontiac used the Iron Duke back in the day also. We have one with each of our vehicles and not only give you the info needed to do repairs yourself but also get an idea of how much work a specific repair should or shouldn't cost. It gave up the ghost, and he installed the iron duke.