An LT1/SBC is the most common swaps ever done on an s10 since about 1984. We can all provide a wealth of knowledge, but it does get repetitive every week explaining you need swap headers, s10 oil pan, notch the cross member, recess the radiator, shorten your driveshaft, modify the trans cross member, and then figure out the wiring.I have a 1993 S10......... 1996 Z28 Camaro LT1 with 5 speed
Then again, a 1996 LT1 in my opinion should be left in the 90s. 25 year old wiring is fragile, and I would suggest an aftermarket harness/computer set up such as the one holley makes.
Almost everyone in here daily drives a V8 swapped s10. We can all help. But, literally pull your LT1 and trans, take your s10 apart and start putting them together. From there, it’s all very basic.
I think TRANSADAPT makes a S10 Swap-In-A-Box that has dang near everything needed to drop a SBC into an S series.
But, if it were me, having a few SBC S10s in the past, the LS platform is vastly better in nearly every way for a swap that you can enjoy everywhere, every day, every time.