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    New from Slidell, Louisiana

    Hey there, forgive my etiquette, but this is my first thread I've ever posted on any site.

    I just bought an 81' C10 for 300 bucks. I found an LS3/4L60 combo from a 2010 camaro with less than 2000 miles on it. I got a decent deal on it. It's on the way now.

    This is my very first project vehicle so I'm really stoked to get started.

    I'll post some pictures as soon as I can.

    Get ready for the questions, cuz I got a bunch....

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    what up from da north side

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    buy a s10/ls1 header and mountbracket kit first thing to make it go easy on ya
    Last edited by Bowtie-r-die; 06-19-2010 at 04:37 PM.

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    im in the middle of putting a lq4 6.0 liter in a 85

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    where to get that header and bracket?

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    Welcome.
    99RCSB Broke because I wasted thousands and thousands of dollars on my truck.

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    Welcome, that's gonna be a sweet project.
    "ALisSa1 Silverado"
    1990 Chevrolet RCSB 2002 Chevrolet Camaro LS1/4L60E
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    Welcome
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    http://www.sandersonheaders.com/Sand...El-Camino.html thats the headers they may have the mount hits,i have those headers and have a ton of room around them

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    dont buy the s10 mounts,they are adjustable for motor placement but arent long enough....unless you have a welder and do a lil fabbing on them

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