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    Bad Mother Fu*ker BlazedPimp93's Avatar
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    .2wd or 4wd conversion there difference?

    when looing at the summit webpage, all i see is the 2wd conversion headers, is there a difference for 4wd, or are they the same? im putting a chev 400 with a 700r4 in my 93' s-10 blazer. threw a rod in my 4.3, so now i have an excuse to do my swap without pissing off my fiance' too bad ;)
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    s.b 400, th350 trans w/ b&m trans rebuild, modulator and shift kit, Manley rv cam, 1.6 rockers, double roller timing chain/gears, manley perf. valves, Badger pistons, GM std crank, edelbrock performer RPM intake, hedman shorty headers, holley 750cfm carb., flowmaster 40 mufflers, b&m megashifter, MSD 6a, accel 8.8 300+ wires, Accel super coil, 84' corvette 3 core radiator, taurus 3.8 electric fan, lowered 3", shaved roof rack and moulding, iroc 16" mags wrapped in 225/60/16 tiger paws. getting painted soon.

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    Registered User ZZ4Blazer's Avatar
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    Im pretty sure that the 2wd headers will hit the shock towers on the 4wd's
    Jim 94 Stepside
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