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Unread 11-25-2008, 10:01 AM   #1
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350 conversion questions (hopefully answers)

I just happened upon a cheap LT-1 350 (fuel injected, full roller) engine. I have a 91 with a 4 cyl now. I am thinking about making the big swap. I know they sell conversion kits. Who would you suggest that I get a kit from? I assume "IF" I decide to do the swap I will be in for a long process of conversions. (axles, trans, transfer case ect) I am just looking for some general advice from someone who has done this right now. Once I decide I will be more specific. I cost total would be cool if you still have any idea what it cost you.


I am a demo derby driver so I know how these...."OH, just slap it in and weld it thing works.....NEVER DOES!!! Always something that needs changed and made and changed and made.....

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Unread 11-25-2008, 10:07 AM   #2
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i put a carb'd 350 with th350 in my jeep last winter. i used novak t-case adapter and novak weld in motor mounts. ummm total cost i think was righ taround 3,000 with cost of all the parts. i still run bone stock axles and the stock t-case with 33" tires. id deff recomend doing the swap, but you will need to change the trans when you do it. the 4 cyl trans wont hold up to the power
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