Thanks man! These trucks are really easy. Especially with all the fantastic support they have these days. You can do this entirely bolt in, without cutting anything.Nice truck man. I just finished a 4.8 swap in my S10 and was surprised how smooth everything went.
Thanks Mo! Is he still around? I haven’t seen any posts in a while.
Yep! I was looking at a Holley one. Just using this one for now as a $$ saver.Since you used the nbss intake manifold you could just run an aftermarket 90mm throttle body to match the intake inlet instead of the smaller 3 bolt throttle body. I currently have a 92mm on mine with no complaints and it was $48 shipped with a new tps and iacv
They’re great! Real game changer thats for sure. Thanks man!I just picked up one of those hydraulic flare tools... cost me a few, but wow does it make so many different flares well. Definitely making use of those push to connect flares over here too. Yours is looking real good.
My one big regret from my 5.3 Blazer swap is ditching the EVAP. She definitely puts out a heavy dose of fuel vapor and since I don't have A/C it sucks even more driving with the windows down. Gas cap farts huge every time I fill up the tank.
I've collected all the parts except for the hard vapor line, so far to put it back on, but haven't gotten to the point of pulling a body at the junkyard and pulling the Blazer body to reinstall it. You've got all the tools to make a clean install of the EVAP system, now. Why ditch it?