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    ZZ4 in a blazer?

    I was just offered a ZZ4 GM Crate motor for what seems to me to be a good price. $1500 CDN. How ever has anyone tried to put one of these into an S10 Blazer Before? I know installing an LS1 is a bit trickier than say an LT1. What problems would you forsee if i went with this motor?

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    ZZ4 is a typical gen 1 style small block. Easier than an LT1 or LS1.


    I know this is a weird statement, but you might just want to talk to ZZ4Blazer on here. I have a funny feeling he might know something about this.
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    haha good call. thanks.

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    Originally posted by S/T Lover
    ZZ4 is a typical gen 1 style small block. Easier than an LT1 or LS1.


    I know this is a weird statement, but you might just want to talk to ZZ4Blazer on here. I have a funny feeling he might know something about this.
    you beat me to it lol
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