Dino’s Corvette Salvage sells used complete LT1 Multi Port Fuel Injection engine assemblies that are tested and ready to install in your vehicle. The engines can be used as a direct replacement in any 1992-1996 Corvette or any custom street rod application.
What is included with a used Corvette Salvage LT1 Multi Port Fuel Injection Engine Assembly?
- Long Block & Oil Pan
- Intake & Fuel Rail with Injectors
- Opti Spark Distributor
- Exhaust Manifolds
- Power Steering Pump & Bracket
- Water Pump
- A/C Compressor & Bracket
- All Pulleys
- Mass Air Flow Sensor
- Engine Computer
- Engine Harness
Corvette LT1 Multi Port Fuel Injection Info
The LT1 engine was introduced as the base engine for the 1992 Corvette. This new engine produces 300 horse power and 330 foot pounds of torque. At 452 pounds the LT1 is approximately 20 pounds heavier than the L98 that it replace. It uses a new cooling method, routing the coolant first to the heads and then to the rest of the motor. This allows for higher bore temperatures, less ring friction and more cooling around the spark plug bosses and valve seats. It also includes a lower restriction exhaust system using two catalytic converters and two oxygen sensors, a high compression ratio, computer controlled ignition timing, free-flowing cylinder heads and a new multi port fuel injection system to increase horsepower. Max. RPM was 5700, a whopping 700 RPM more than its L98 predecessor. An automatic safety shutoff stopped fuel flow above 5,850 RPM to prevent damage. The engine remained at 300 horsepower for 1993 Corvettes although the addition of a sequential fuel injection system improved idle, drive ability and emissions by firing the injectors in sequence with the firing order. Also worth noting: All LT1 engines left the factory with Mobil 1, the recommended lubricant. The synthetic 5W-30 engine oil eliminated the need for a separate oil cooler.