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Discussion in '1983-2005 S-Series models' started by s10350power, Nov 4, 2002.

  1. s10350power

    s10350power Registered Member

    Aug 6, 2002
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    350hp-350 motor=$2758.09
    700r4 trans=$1600.00
    373 gears (front and back)=$368
    Shocks(Pro Comp E.S 3000)=$116
    Posi lok=$116
    around $5020
    What do u guys think? And how hard would it be to get pass emissions? Thanks /forums/images/graemlins/k5.gif
    O yeah its on an 88 s-10 blazer with a 3" body lift and 30-9.5-15 dunlop radial mud rovers.Bushwacker fenderflares, American racing Rimes /forums/images/graemlins/usaflag.gif
  2. Ck1500

    Ck1500 1/2 ton status

    Feb 8, 2001
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    Burton, Michigan
    just outta curiousity is this what your going to do to your S-10??? if so don't forget to get your driveshafts adjusted like i think the rear needs to be shortened and the front has to be lengthed. and what transfer case are you plan on running ???? are the 3.73 gears for the 30"???? or are you plan on going larger. the question about the emissions i would think that you might have a little issue with that considering its a 350-350Hp far from stock hehe as for the posi lock i myself if i could afford it i would probably go with a Eaton Posi for the S10 but thats just me, or if your wallet is getting a little thin i guess you could always weld the side gears hehehe . sorry i couldn't be more help

    Ck1500 /forums/images/graemlins/ears.gif
  3. Triaged

    Triaged 1/2 ton status

    Feb 21, 2001
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    CA (LA/OC area)
    If your smog laws are anything like CA then you have to use a 88 or newer motor with all the smog stuff that came on the care you pulled it out of. You also can't use a truck motor because they have less restrictions on them because they are in a higher GVW class.

    What that means is that you have to use a 88 or newer motor from a car (not the end of the world because they will put out more power anyway). It also means no carb...you have to use EFI.

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