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Hp rating for the 3.4L V6

I am just trying to find the horsepower rating for the Chevy 3.4L V6 found in the 1991 Cavalier RS convert.

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  • deans707 Feb 24, 2009

    Thanks for the info, and you are correct on the engine size. I was looking for a friend and he told me it was a 3.4L motor. After reading your response I remember seeing 3.1 on the motor. Thanks again for answering my question.

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That year (1991) only had a 2.2 and a 3.1 L motor VIN (T) according to my manual be that as it may
Horsepower @ RPM was 140 @ 4800
Torque @ RPM was 180 @ 4800

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