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Yes, there are option for turbo on the LT model, and now they have a Cruze SS, Turbo charged and fully loaded
Cruze 1LT with 1.4 turbo weighs 3084 lbs
No turbo 350's in 1992.
put the 92 octane for keep your engine clean and for the turbo engine 1.4 not 1.8 the 92 is the best performance at 4000 rpm high
A Chevy turbo 400 will bolt up to a Chevy 400 engine just fine. A BOP (Buick, Olds, Pontiac) turbo 400 will not bolt up to a Chevy engine. The bellhousing is different between the Chevy turbo 400 case and the BOP turbo 400 case. Another option is a J-W Performance ultrabell which can be used with a Chevy or a Buick, Olds, Pontiac engine, but this requires the transmission case to be modified in order to use it (The original bellhousing must be cut off and the case prepped, then the ultrabell bolts on with the front pump bolts).
yes you can, you can turbo anything.
You can if it has the Chevy bolt pattern.
Yes, as long as the transmission has the Chevy bolt pattern.
Yes, but turbo conversions aren't cheap. There's a lot more to them than merely slapping on a turbo.
Turbo 300, Turbo 350, Turbo 400 and 700R4 are the first ones that came to mind.
Yes, if they were built with the standard Chevy bolt pattern.