LT1 swap update - nother boneyard score!

slow 442

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Also I am assuming they are 24lb injectors due to the blue tops? Might be bigger or Stock 93 19 lb for all I know.
 

slow 442

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JD. I see a/c hoses in the pic, can you tell me how you are wiring the compressor? I'm at the stage that I would like to run my a/c but I'm hung up on running it off the g body harness or lt1 computer. I'm all bolted up but I keep flip flopping on the wiring.
 

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JD. I see a/c hoses in the pic, can you tell me how you are wiring the compressor? I'm at the stage that I would like to run my a/c but I'm hung up on running it off the g body harness or lt1 computer. I'm all bolted up but I keep flip flopping on the wiring.
Those are actually heater hoses carried over from the Z28. The 94 z28 used heating hoses with portions that were metal piping. The pipes have rubber hoses extending off each end.

Our setup is AC delete
 
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slow 442

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Dam I must be going blind. My 95 roadmaster has similar heater hoses and I didn't even notice. I am running a b body water pump with regular hoses on the 442.
 

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JD1964

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L92. I would guess a little more than 400 hp?
I bet more than 400. My stock cammed 302 Ford on 10psi puts 400 to the rear wheels. A healthy LT1 on 10psi should be at least 450 at the wheels. Dyno link and printout of my 92 LX below.


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JD1964

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It's been more days. . . burnouts?
My plate is so full. Every time I try to take a bite out of this project, someone or something knocks the fork outta my hand. 😐
 
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