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Old 20 Jan 2005, 01:09 pm   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 1991 S-10 thats mostly stock besides a filter, speakers, and some neons. I was wondering if someone makes a blower for the engine. The engine is a 2.8L. If someone does could they post the site. Thanks
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Old 20 Jan 2005, 02:14 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Sorry bro but couldnt you just look on google? I've been looking for about 5 minutes and haven't come up with anything. Good luck.
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i've had an '82 w/a 305 swap and an '87 with a 383 stroker swap. the v8 conversion will probably cost less and a hell of a lot more fun. i'm currently looking for another box s10 to drop the 400 sitting in my garage in. built v8 s10's are just dangerous fun.
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Old 20 Jan 2005, 05:22 pm   #4 (permalink)
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not to hurt your feelings, but the 2.8 is really just a good boat anchor. on a budget, i'd swap in the tbi 4.3. it would probably cost less than a supercharger.
i had a 2wd 91 S-10 Tahoe with the tbi 4.3 and a 5 speed. it was a blast even stock. but it was really in need of a limited slip diff. it would smoke the right rear most of the way through 3rd gear.
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I kinda know that the truck is slow, its a 5 speed also, and there was only a coulpe times i could get it to chirt the tires in 3. How much total is it to put maybe a 350 in it, and how much is it for all the wiring. Also if i get a new engine, would it be a good idea to put a new trans. and a clutch in it.
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It's cheaper to drop in a small block then it is to build up your 2.8 or to even swap in a 4.3.
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Old 22 Jan 2005, 06:00 am   #7 (permalink)
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It's cheaper to drop in a small block then it is to build up your 2.8 or to even swap in a 4.3.
and you won't be concerned with trying to tune an old engine. i guarantee that your biggest problem will be getting traction with a small block. you'll have a sh*tload more power just starting off. just don't mess with a 305, go 350. i learned that the first time.
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one of my friends is finding a 302 to put in his 1992 ford ranger. I want some thing that would tottally kick his ass.
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