"How were you planning on fuel injecting it?" Well, seeing as I'm on a very limited budget I'm going to try and do this for as cheap as possible. So, TBI it is. I know, it sucks compared to other FI's. But let me give some background info as to why I'm doing this: A few months back I went wheeling with a couple friends. Joey, in one of the last full sized Bronco's, and Jake, in a bone stock Toyota Tacoma. We went up to Kingston Peak (Fun trail, Not too hard) and had a load of fun. The last leg of the trail I took was at a nasty incline. I was last to go, the Ford and Toyota made it look easy (both FI). But me and my old, tired carbureted 350 got about 2/3 of the way up and the engine flooded. It has never done this before and, although the view was great, it wasn't incredibly fun sitting in the truck for over 30 minutes while the Furd and Toy was sitting at the top. So, since the engine is old and there's no replacement for displacement I started looking for a new engine. My brother has 2 Buick 455's sitting in a shed. I can have one, which is good since the Buick 455 makes the best Torque among 455's. But, I don't feel like being showed by a Toy or Furd again, so F.I. is on the menu. The easiest, bolt-on, cheapest way to do this appears to be: Find a late Second Gen truck with a 454 and TBI at a junkyard. Tear all the F.I. equipment out of it: Gas tank, ECU, Throttle Body, all that stuff. However, Buick BB's intakes and Chevy BB's intakes differ (spreadbore vs. squarebore). A simple adapter plate from Summit or Jegs will fix that. The other thing is that the Chevy throttle body only flows 670cfm, the Buick asks for around 800cfm. But since I will probably keep it in the low rpm range for the most part, not a problem. But if anyone has any better ideas, please tell me! I'll probably upgrade to an MPI system sometime in the future.