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    The Buick should have a 4L60E in it. You can use it if you want.

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    LT4 Blazer





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    Nice Blu:bigthumb:

    Guess i can get local help if i decide to go this route :smoker:

    Good info i also have access to a 94 buick roadmaster with the lt1... I think it would be just fine for scooting around town...
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    The 4.3L motor has a "588" stamp on the side of it. The 350 LT1 has a "327" stamp on it.

    Like Big said above, run what you got. I just put one in a Jeep; that thing is fun as hell now.

    I think "difficulty" wise, it's going to be similar LS versus LT series. It's just the cost of the motor that makes it different.

    LT stuff is CHEAP right now (used parts, that is). LS is en-vogue and those parts cost good money.

    Get to work!

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    Plus LT stuff is getting old while the LS stuff is still current.
    Hell I could have gotten a full 345hp Esky 6.0L engine and trans for less than what I paid for my LT1 and trans back in 03 or so when I did the swap. The wrecking yard just didnt fully know what they had yet and there was no swap parts available
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    just for the record you can have a badass lt1 if u punch it .030 over and throw a 3.875" stroker crank and add either 5.7" or 6" rods, then you can have urself a 396 and an ls eater, that's wat I decided to do rather than go with an ls motor in my blazer, and I'm contemplating on yankin out my 305 in my 92 s10 and buildin another 396 for it

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    I have a set of lt4 aluminum heads/cam for a lt1 upgrade for $1100

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    if that was intended for me bloclvl thx but no thx, I'm goin all out performance with my 396 build lol, I mean no disrespect at all tho
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    Quote Originally Posted by Superbee View Post
    should have iron heads, not aluminum.

    personally id get an ls series engine.

    Dunno if that would be worth it to me to put a stock iron head lt1 in.
    id rather have a lt1 wagon then a s-series any day lol


    but yes, it will work in a s-series. But if it runs and your looking to do a EFI swap, id clean it up, sell it and do like superbee said, and buy a LS style engine

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    Quote Originally Posted by obama6493 View Post
    id rather have a lt1 wagon then a s-series any day lol
    then wtf are you doing here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by obama6493 View Post
    id rather have a lt1 wagon then a s-series any day lol
    First post on these forums?
    :nono: lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forklift View Post
    then wtf are you doing here?
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    ahahah i love it.


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    obviously he loves obama
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