Small Block S-10?

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  1. luckybastard13

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    s10v8.com has a douchebag owner

    v8s10.org is a lot more family oriented, and offers primarily FREE advice.



    edit, and if you are that douche bag owner

    YOU ARE A DOUCHEBAG!
     
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    :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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    IslanderOffRoad Do you even lift kit? OT Supporter

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    both are douchebags :hsugh:
     
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    yea, I've owned two sdimes, and both times -- after lots of research -- you either plan on going it alone with lots of time and money, or you find someone that has done it before that can physically help you.
     
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    Kramer is a quiet guy that barely speaks his mind how is he a douche?

    But You're entitled to your opinion J.
     
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    IslanderOffRoad Do you even lift kit? OT Supporter

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    .org back in the day he was
     
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    o rly? Hmm, Id on't know if it was kramer, maybe guru or 72malibu have been asses?

    I don't remember
     
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    you can also check s10forum.com and s-series.org
     
  10. affende

    affende Resident 4X4 Elitest Prick

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    small block jeep > that
     
  11. Chaos

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    I have the complete kit, but I never got around to put it in my Bravada, the original 4.3 (217k miles) runs so good I dont want to touch it!


    If your S10 truck has the 4.3, its a basic bolt on job.
     
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    do your lips ever get tired of sucking on daimler's cock?

    And what small block are you putting in that jeep? probably a chevy block, right? Okay, so the General is required to make your vehicle good. Got it.

    Also, the majority of V8 swaps in s-dimes are into 2wd street trucks... Something that jeep is absolutely worthless for.

    So continue to troll troll troll your boat.
     
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    Well, replace the trans, new steering, new radiator, electric fan conversion, beat the shit out of the firewall with a big fucking hammer, weld new mounts, raise the hood/cowl, replace rear-end, completely new wiring harness (custom job), new ecu, depending on year you may have to piggyback two ecus, re-wire tach and spedo, re-do fuel system.

    yea, basic bolt-on job. :mamoru:
     
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    no engine swap is a bolt on job
     
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    Corz ha ha! snikt

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    lies...

    if you're swapping it out with the same thing, then it's a "bolt" on..
    or in. meh, I give up
     
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    affende Resident 4X4 Elitest Prick

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    youa re correct in one thing .... a V8 swap in a 2wd street jeep is worthless.

    but a v8 swap into a jeep is very common and very worthwhile.

    so when are you going to stop talking like you know everything about anything with a motor.
     
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    you're the one that thinks a jeep is the best vehicle at every thing. :mamoru:
     
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    Sorry i'm not the owner,
     
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    i hear that it's easier to do the V8 swap in a 2.8 truck......if that's the model you have. cause i'm too lazy to scroll back up. and i could be hearing bad info too.


    so basically this is a worthless post. troll along. :ugh:
     

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