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Camino LS6

1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2

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um...i geusss i dont get it- what are those numbers?

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It's the firing order for a V8 engine... But I don't know which one...

All V8 Chevys (small block and big block) are 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2. 302HO and 351W are 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8. Non-HO 302 and 289 are 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8.

chevy numbering sequence

12

34

56

78

ford numbering sequence

15

26

37

48

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um...i geusss i dont get it- what are those numbers?

it's the correct way to count to eight.

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it's the correct way to count to eight.

Until the LSx engines debuted. :AH-HA_wink:

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Until the LSx engines debuted. :AH-HA_wink:

eh? what's their firing order then?

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whats the fireing order of a 5.3L in deactivation then to full power? (with DOD or AFM)

Edited by capriceman

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I think when you fire up the 5.3 it fires all 8 cylinders. There's no way a 4cyl could sound like the 5.3 sounds when you turn the key.

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1-8-9-14-3-6-11-2-15-10-7-4-13-12-5-16

'30-37 Cadillac V-16.

Cool, as nice as small block chevys are the

Caddy V16 motors are about a billion times

cooler than any engine ever.

I wonder what gthe firing sequence is for the

new sixteen concept?

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Intake Manifold?

Yup. Cast right into the front of the manifold near the thermostat housing.

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That's what I thought. Hard to tell though on half my familys cars since the engines always get so dirty.

agreed

also in the owners manual.

Also in my car its painted on the dist. Cap. and on the Wires, The 5 minutes it takes with a paint pen saves hours of wire following and frustration.

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