I agree with the guy that you talked to. As far as what year of 4.3, I would stay within a year of the truck's model year.
I have a 92 Blazer with the 4.3 CPI. I can tell you that with the 4.3-especially the CPI version-, it goes pretty good for a 2-ton SUV. I've seen my year's CPI rated...
I saw on K&N's site a kit (part # 57-3009) that was for an S-10.
But it says it fits 94 and 95. It looks to me like it would work on the CPI setup, even if I have a 1992. What do you think?
1- www.knfilters.com = FIPK section
2- FIPK Information by part number page (part # 57-3009)
The TBI 4.3 puts out 150-160 hp. Torque rating is 230 or
235 [email protected] The TBI seems to be better for low-end torque than the CPI setup because I looked at the CPI specs. The CPI makes 260 lb-ft of torque, but at 3600 rpm.
What are the stock sizes for the exhaust?
IS there some muffler with a single inlet and dual outlets that will work?
With what I have in mind, will I get a big boost in power or will I actually lose power? Thanks a lot.
I have a '92 S-10 Blazer with the 4.3 CPI. I found Edelbrock headers on expressautoparts.com for around $390. Is this a good mod for the buck? About how much power should it add?
I also spotted a Dynomax Super Turbo muffler for $46. Is there a better muffler?
They're both 2.5" diameter. If...
With and without intercooling, how much boost can the 4.3 handle?
Is it possible to add the supercharger without tearing apart the engine?
I heard that the 4.3 can handle up to 350 hp without internal modifications. Is this true?
I think around the 94 or 95 model year was when a lot of car makers were changing from OBD I to OBD II. I know around that time dealers seemed to be getting 94s and especially the 95s in for all kinds of problem related to OBD II. This is a longshot, so I wouledn't think that could be the main...