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Thank you for the reply. So it would work then?2.2 or 4.3? Wirings a lot easier on a 4.3.
I'd move it before it rains. That background looks like a mudslide waiting to happen.
Here in the salt belt that'd be $2500 truck. No rot.
either can be made to work, the real issue, is, California emissions.So it would work then?
Yea I know. I can register it out of cali but that could be a option. I wonder if i can make a bigger truck just as fast.either can be made to work, the real issue, is, California emissions.
No matter what you do, youre going to have a vehicle thats technically not legal in cali.
youd be miles ahead buying something legal, like a mid 90s fullsize truck that already has a V8 and then modify that.
A v8 s10 is fun, i have one, but i dont have cali inspections or anything like that to deal with
Using the same LQ9 engine design found in the Cadillac Escalade, the Silverado SS is propelled by 345 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque. A specially tuned four-speed automatic transmission paired with the Silverado SS' 6.0L engine designed to optimize acceleration and highway cruising performance of the truck.