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  1. #21
    Well it has been around 3000 miles now since i did the swap. It was worth every penny.
    5.3 swapped c10 burnout: http://youtu.be/cQp9STsMaOs

  2. #22
    I hadn't figured out yet how to embed.

  3. #23
    nice burnout

  4. #24
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    great looking project. Clean Swap

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    got some new wheels. they are boss 338s. 20x8 up front 20x10 in the rear

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    Great looking truck! Do you still have the 700R4 behind the 5.3? Did that 84 come with a 700R4 or did you swap it in? What harness/speedo did you end up using? Suspension? Sorry for all the questions. I might be doing something similar.
    1951 3100
    1984 C10

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by ducky View Post
    Great looking truck! Do you still have the 700R4 behind the 5.3? Did that 84 come with a 700R4 or did you swap it in? What harness/speedo did you end up using? Suspension? Sorry for all the questions. I might be doing something similar.
    I still have the 700r4 behind the 5.3. I just had it built right before my old 350 gave out. I am running a 3000 stall with our also. I removed all the electronics from the 700r4 and lock up works off of pressure. The factory speedo and all gauges still work. The suspension is the McGaughy 5/7. If you need any more specific info just ask.

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    Can u say S-W-E-E-T!!!!!!

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    How'd you mate the 700R4 to the 5.3? What electronics did you remove from the trans?
    1951 3100
    1984 C10

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by ducky View Post
    How'd you mate the 700R4 to the 5.3? What electronics did you remove from the trans?
    I'm using trailblazer ss manifolds and had to cut the left ear off the Trans cause it hit the manifold. I also used the spacer and longer bolts for the flywheel. I had to kind of open up the bolt holes on the flywheel so i could bolt up the 700r4 converter.

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