Engine Weight: ~ 750 lbs Max Engine Speed: 3,400 rpm Peak Horsepower: Introduced at 180 hp 3,400 rpm. Data Unavailable Second Shoulder Room in. A V-8 engine was at the heart of the 1997 Chevrolet Silverado in both models. The largest gasoline engine, the 5. Data Unavailable Second Hip Room in.
This 1997 K1500 had two transmission options available: a four-speed automatic and a five-speed manual. The vehicle also had a payload of 1,656 pounds. Always check oil level after filling crankcase. If that is indeed the case, don't worry. The standard engine had a 4. The extended cab Silverado had a 25-gallon fuel tank.
Any knowledge of actual performance : differences between the two engines? The Vortec 454 was touted as having substantially more power. Common problems with the 6. When fitted with the 5. The maximum payload capacity -- the maximum amount of weight the chassis can bear -- varied greatly depending on options ranging from 1,668 lbs. Data Unavailable Rear Door Type Data Unavailable Track Width Data Unavailable Wheelbase in.
Which would 'sound' like it was turning even faster than that. . It has lots of power and does not seem to strain when running down the freeway. There were 16 valves total. It also seemed to have a longer power range. Offered as high as 215 hp 3,200 rpm. That higher pitched sound might be 'perceived' as 'working harder.
Failed to get data, please try again. The smallest of the gasoline V-8 engines, the 5. This engine had a displacement of 350 cubic inches. The extended cab model of the Silverado was equipped with 16-inch diameter wheels; 9. The C-series were the two-wheel-drive versions, while the K-series trucks were the four-wheel drive versions. For entertainment, there was a radio and a cassette player. This was the first truck in the Silverado series that is still in production as of 2011.
They also offered cruise control and air conditioning. The 1997 K1500 had two fuel tank sizes; it had a 34-gallon tank when it had an eight-foot bed and a 25-gallon fuel tank when a short-bed was used. When equipped with the standard 4. The 1997 K1500 had many body and engine options available, so it was able to be built to suite different needs. The engine generated a maximum 255 horsepower at 4,600 rpm and 330 foot-pounds of torque at 2,800 rpm. Excluding passengers and cargo, the base model Chevrolet 1997 Silverado weighed in at 4,544 pounds. The 1997 K1500 had four engine options available.
We bought the Ford and just returned from a 3,300 mile trip. We drove a Ford, with their new engine, and the it seemed to have to work a lot harder. I heard a Dodge Viper with a V-10 get on it one day. I expect the Ford to be much more powerful than the 454. The 1997 Silverado was released in two models.
The fuel tank held 34 gallons of gas. With a payload of 1,634 pounds, the extended cab weighed 4,500 pounds without passengers or cargo on board. Failed to get data, please try again. Being a truck, both maximum towing and payload capacities are important. The vehicle earned 13 mpg while driving in the city.