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Old 11-27-2008, 08:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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well we are now tearing the engine and trany out of the chevy luv we have sitting around. it has a 2.2 liter isuzu diesel. it make 54 hp stock. it is a 81 and very rusty. we are looking to get a s-10, like 96 and newer. it ran strong but we are rebuilding it all

















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Old 11-29-2008, 07:53 AM   #2 (permalink)
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looks like a fun project. both are good choices to drop it in.
Do you have vechilce inspection were you are from, if so you might want to check out what is legal or not before yo get to far.
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Old 11-29-2008, 05:39 PM   #3 (permalink)
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nope there are no vehicle inspections here unless the vehicle is outta state
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dude, you gotta throw a little turbo on that.... like a T3/t4 hybrid!!! Mess with the pump and put a little 5" stack on it when you put it in the s10!!! that would be sweeeeeeeet!
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we got two garrets, idea what size, dads friend got a kit to turbo a jeep and the shaft was bent and ended up getting 3 in the end and we have the two with bent shafts, they were for the i6 4.0 jeep and i think they will work on it
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Most 4cyl's only run 7-8psi so you should keep it under 10psi so it will hold together, also ditch the fram!!!

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we might lower the compression and run higher boost than 10
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well we tore into the engine lastnight, it was perfect, almost. with 200xxx the bearings were great, but we are going to rebuild the head and the cam had some nicks in it so a new cam. everything was in overall good shape except the cam
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