I would like to describe and outline my current project below and gather opinions because I have been known to take bad advice, ass-u-me things, and just go off half-cocked in general. So please, take a moment to read through this post and let me know what I might be doing wrong. Current status is as follows: Bought a 6.2 out of a '91 Burb with 90-100k miles on it. Got the motor for $200 since it had blown a head gasket. Let engine sit for one year in backyard while busy doing other things. Source free 6.5 turbo setup, 90% complete. Finally, 2 weeks ago have the chance to start working on this engine. Here is what I have done: 1. Took engine down to block and rotating assembly. 2. Cleaned out rust on top of pistons (b/c of coolant sitting in cylinders for a while) using very lightly abrasive buffing tip on air grinder (NOT a die grinder, honing tool, or anything else that might take any considerable amount of material off). Did this with cylinder bank facing downward and rag with carb cleaner stuffed in the cylinder so as to not get any crud past or on the rings. 3. Cleaned a ton, I mean a TON of sludge out of the engine. No grit or chunks, just extremely thick gunk, thicker than what I thought even a diesel should have. 4. Get injectors tested, find out they are bad (probably from sitting). Once funds build up, going to buy 6.5L style replacements. 5. Get heads checked, machine shop dude says they are not warped but one has hairline crack near a valve. They do pass pressure test so I say fuggit because I can't afford new heads right now. 6. Reassemble engine with all new gaskets using Fel-Pro complete gasket set. (head gaskets, rear main seal, front crank seal, oil pan, valve cover, coolant, intake, exhaust, etc. etc. etc.). Shine up and spiffy clean all gasket surfaces before installing. 7. New set of AC Delco 60Gs, installed with Anti-Seize. 8. All bolts installed with automotive-grade (blue) Loc-Tite and torqued to specs listed in military service manual. 9. New Melling oil pump and pickup screen. Does this sound like I have done everything reasonably right? What are opinions on this being able to handle a GM-3 turbo? I'm going to run it regardless, but just want opinions on whether it is going to grenade in 500 miles or not. I'm generally light-footed and easy on parts so that shouldn't be a huge issue. Bonus question: Can I run the gasser electronic in-tank TBI fuel pump in line with the stock lift pump? Will this help/hinder fuel pressure and flow? Thanks guys!