Is this a roller cam engine or no, it has a 4l60e trans, Thanks Stan
Quite possibly but without numbers it's hard to say. If you have access to it the easiest way to tell for sure is to pull a valve cover and stick a bore light (flashlight on a toothpick-like stem, about 3/32 in diameter, $9ish @ Habor Freight) down the pushrod or oil return hole and see if it has the retention spider and dog-bone guides in place.
The 4L60 got its E (electronicly controlled) in 1994. Prior to that they were controlled similarly to the th350 transmissions. If you find yourself in need or 700r4/4L60/4L60e tech, let it be known and I'll post some links to some seriously valuable information.
This is an Olds motor but it shows the spider and dogbone guides that are very similar to what Chevrolet uses.
i think all the lt1-lt4's of those years were roller cams. but, ive been wrong before, lol.
Grab some numbers from the engine. Maybe we can find it that way. I had alot of the LT1's apart when I worked for a Chevy dealer. They were not all Roller Cam engines. Pull a valve cover off and look inside!Bob