Isuzu Trooper 3.4 V6 Swap Starter Relocation Jig Kit
This complete kit contains everything you will need to fabricate new starter holes on the adjacent side of the 3.4 V6 block. This drill jig also works with on other 60 degree V-6's such as the 3.1 and the 2.8. The jig provides both Correct Angle Drill Guides, and Tap Angle Guides, to assure your new starter holes will have perfect accuracy.
Easy for the do it yourselfer to use. All that is needed is an electric hand drill.
Included with each drill jig kit is a detailed step by step instruction sheet.
For the Fiero 3.4 engine swap click here to check out the misc. 3.4 parts and tools page.
- High Quality Combination Jig
- Hardened Carbon Steel Tap
- (2) High Speed Drill Bits
- Jig Fastening Bolts
3.4 Swap Starter Relocation Jig Kit
Special steel jig holds the drills and taps in perfect position!
Heath Abelson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
I recently received the 3.4 starter drill jig. I have to admit that, as a novice, I was pretty nervous about this
part of the swap.. but your jig made this so much easier than I was expecting.. I just drilled and tapped the holes and it looks amazing.
Here is some on line 3.4 information:
Best one to get is out of the 95 Firebird or Camaro. It's the last revision with all the fixes done to it just before they stopped making them. (I think the GM crate 3.4 is this same engine)
The crank oil holes are chamfered and other improvements that make the engine last far far longer than the ones earlier.
Everything you will ever want to know about that swap is in the link below, including all engine info.
Putting any V6 into an 84 Fiero is not as easy as later years, because
the 84 was not made with a V6 as an option. But it can be done. See the
article in these scans:
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