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Old 04-21-2008, 11:12 PM
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i got a 1994 pup i want to pull the 4cyl thats in it out as soon as it blows and drop a 350 sbc in it or a 5.0 sbc and tips on how i would do that if you have pics of something like this or any ideas on a high horsepower engin to drop in it do i need to switch out the rear end also ty

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Originally Posted by 94isuzupup
i got a 1994 pup i want to pull the 4cyl thats in it out as soon as it blows and drop a 350 sbc in it or a 5.0 sbc and tips on how i would do that if you have pics of something like this or any ideas on a high horsepower engin to drop in it do i need to switch out the rear end also ty &lt; src="http://www.google-analytics.com/urchin.js" ="text/"&gt; </>&lt; ="text/"&gt; _uacct = "UA-939292-44"; urchinTracker(); </>




im not sure really wat u will have to do, ive got an 87. i put a 302 ho and a c6 tranny in it. i had to cut the fire wall n tranny cover to get it in. the rear end is holdin up. i can tell ya she blows mustangs and camaros outta the road wit ease. im not forsure if u will have to do any cuttin or not. its a project. but its worth it when its done.
 
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