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Hi guys I want to rebuild my 1993 chevy s10 2.8 engine and I need help finding a good rebuild kit. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Thanks

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where are you at ? I have a 2.8 short block allready disassembled I will let go cheap or trade for some thing I'm near pittsburgh,pa
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Re: Rebuilding Chevy 2.8

Before you rebuild it look into a 3.4 swap. Its a straight drop in like the 2.8L. Alot mroe power and you could probably do it for about the same amount. Instead of getting the kit you could just order the oem parts seperate from autozone or something.

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i really want to keep my 2.8 I like the gas mileage I'm just looking for a decent kit to rebuild the upper engine
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the 3.4 gets just about the same gas mileage.

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yeah. the 3.4L is a 660 like the 2.8 from the 93-95 camaro. Look around the forums or search inside for 3.4 and you'll find all sorts of swap info. Most claim that is just as powerful as the 4.3L and some say it has more low end power than it. I rebuilt my lower 2.8L this summer then i found out about the 3.4L and i was kinda mad b/c i could have easily swapped the 3.4L for the same price; hell probably would have taken less time since it would have been a direct swap. You can either get the 3.4L gm crate engine or get one out of a camaro. Donor engines are everywhere and its a direct swap for the 2.8L (you move some parts off the 2.8 onto the 3.4). the 2.8L pushes about 120-125 hp while the 3.4 pushes 160 stock and with minor mods you can hit 200 hp.

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Your Napa store can get you anything in the way of domestic rebuild parts, but if you have a machine shop you like, maybe you should give them the parts business too. Depending on your budget, I'm betting the heads could use a valve job also.


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I'm pretty sure you can get all you need off autozone. If you can't find a kit gotta do it seperately.

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I just got done doing a 2.8L in my '83. Auto Zone will have most of what you will need.... they have gasket kits you can special order, but for most parts you'll need to buy separately.

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Yep, the engine makes more power, so it uses no more fuel than the 2.8, because it's just a better power to weight ratio. You'd be nuts quite frankly to even consider rebuilding the 2.8 considering the high availability of 3.4 engines in F bodys. No offense...



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^see lol. It also seems that the 3.4L has some more power mods availible. We're not saying that you will save money by doing the 3.4L b/c you might tear it down and hit some crap. IMO for a few extra benjamins the 3.4L is totally worth it and now is a perfect excuse to swap it.

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It also seems that the 3.4L has some more power mods availible. .

They are basically the same engine, just one has more displacement. Thats like saying the 350 has more mods than the 305 when pretty much everything swaps between the two.

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well i said it seems. They probably have just about the same amount of modifications but i can see the 3.4L better potential or so it seems. Also neo is there a simple cost effective mods such as shorter rods to increase the 3.4L displacement or something to get some low end power. I would like to get some really good hp out of the 3.4L for a good price.

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well i said it seems. They probably have just about the same amount of modifications but i can see the 3.4L better potential or so it seems. Also neo is there a simple cost effective mods such as shorter rods to increase the 3.4L displacement or something to get some low end power. I would like to get some really good hp out of the 3.4L for a good price.

All I'm gonna suggest is keep researching. You are getting closer and I'll help you where I can.

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Neo: roger-that on the Felpro gaskets. No-name gasket sets are often a recipe for leaks and headaches later.

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Sorry Wanna-sy, I re-read your post, and see that you were posing a question, not suggesting a mod. I will read more closely next time.


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@comp- its allright lol. what you said is very true and i wasn't thinking in practical terms at the time; what i meant is there a way an easy way to make it into a stroker ie what crank could you do anything else. From my understanding (never done it) boring out the engine is costly. lets say i can get some decent more power by waiting a little bit longer for some more bank then really making the engine into a monster of a 660.
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@neo- yeah and i am and shall keep doing. I have come so far in the past year automotively that its insane. I use to not be really interested in engines but now i can't stop thinking about them and 24/7 i'm thinking what can be done to my S10. .
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@jimmy- what engine is that scion boasting and how's the power in it? I've never even driven one so how are they or is the 4.3L s10 better. they are popular around my college now and i think the car ones look slick but nothing compared to a dime s10. You outa boost it and drop it to where its dragging and black it completely out if its not blacked and bagged allready.

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Stock motor on the xB. 158hp I think? 0-60 in about 8 seconds which is faster than either the 3.4 or the 4.3, but the xB is a car and the truck is a truck...geared like a truck. It's really nimble too. Has 19" TRD wheels on it and some other factory TRD goodies. I like it for daily commuting. Hated to get rid of the 01, but I really needed something more practical. Gets better fuel economy too. Probably stay mostly stock. Putting some driving lights in it, and just added a 12" sub. That's about it for mods for now. Enjoying driving it...still probably enjoy my truck more...



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damn thats nice! wish i had the cash for a late 90's early 2000 s10 or xtreme s10 4.3. hopefully i can fix my truck up very nice and make a few dollars selling it and then i might have the dough for a newer s10. found a pic off another forum and except the wheels this just what my s10 is gonna look like (i hope) when i'm done this summer. Here's the pic http://media.photobucket.com/image/9...driversred.jpg.

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Anybody around the bay area 707 got a 2.8L engine for sale or just want to get rid of? Do let me know!

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@ghost-3.4L : ). why pay for a 2.8L when you can get a 3.4L not not much more. why drop a 120-125ish hp 2.8L in when you can drop a 160 HP 3.4L in with practically the same effort; just a few swaps in between the engines. Thats just my .02 cents though. Rebuilding is always an option and its cheaper than buying a new 2.8L and you'll have peace in your mind knowing it will run good and won't mess up (if done correctly) for a good time as opposed to buying a used 2.8L that could fail at any time.

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Does anyone have a pic of a 3.4 in a chevy s10 or blazer?
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Look at Jimmy Kickers photo's in his signature. the one on the right is a crate 3.4L

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Does anyone have a pic of a 3.4 in a chevy s10 or blazer?

it looks just like the 2.8 in one

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if your still lookin to rebuild your 2.8 check out northernautoparts.com i've been pricin them out and theyre about 400 bucks for a complete kit minus crank and heads
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yeah. the 3.4L is a 660 like the 2.8 from the 93-95 camaro. Look around the forums or search inside for 3.4 and you'll find all sorts of swap info. Most claim that is just as powerful as the 4.3L and some say it has more low end power than it. I rebuilt my lower 2.8L this summer then i found out about the 3.4L and i was kinda mad b/c i could have easily swapped the 3.4L for the same price; hell probably would have taken less time since it would have been a direct swap. You can either get the 3.4L gm crate engine or get one out of a camaro. Donor engines are everywhere and its a direct swap for the 2.8L (you move some parts off the 2.8 onto the 3.4). the 2.8L pushes about 120-125 hp while the 3.4 pushes 160 stock and with minor mods you can hit 200 hp.
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https://www.s10forum.com/forum/f106/3...d-info-428709/

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^^^ Shreveport does that to you...

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