I am a new member to this forum and I am glad to finally find a comprehensive K5 site, so far this looks great. I am trying to find information for completing a fuel-injected 350 swap into my 86 K5 Blazer. If anyone owns, drives, or knows of successful street-legal fuel-injected conversions on 73-87 chevy full-size trucks I would really appreciate some input. I have been having trouble finding anyone willing to help me with my quest. My 86 305 K5 is in great shape, but badly needs a new motor and I don't want to put a single dollar into the stock 305. I am looking for better than stock, mild daily performance out of my engine swap (maybe 300 hp, 350 ft-lbs of torque) and above all, reliability, driveability and durability. (The truck is a daily driver and weekend hunting/fishing warrior.) I am particularly interested in using Vortec heads and some type of factory fuel-injection (for reliability). As of now, I think I would like to put a slightly modified 1996-era Vortec 350 motor in it. This looks like an expensive idea since fuel-lines/gas tank/brackets, wiring adapters, etc. are needed to make it work. Again, this has to be an emissions legal install. Any input to save a few greenbacks or tips would be greatly appreciated, or just tell me I'm nuts. Thanks!