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|04-22-2012, 07:34 PM||#1|
1979 K5 Blazer - Passes California Smog!!
Well the time has come to part with my project rig. I just got a new '72 Jimmy so the Blazer has got to go. I've got a few pictures and can take more upon request for anyone seriously interested.
Where to begin...She may not be the pretties rig, but there is some serious power under the hood. The best part about this truck is the engine. It's a 383 Stroker custom built by Eddings Engine in San Fernando California. Dyno'd with 330HP and 395ft.lbs. at the crank. I've given some unsuspecting BMW drivers a run for their money at traffic lights.
This truck has passed full California Smog testing multiple times and is currently registered through Aug 2012. For those of you in California you know how much a truck that can pass smog is worth. Truck is located in San Jose, CA
I'm looking to get $4,000 OBO for everything listed here. May trade for street, touring, or dual-sport motorcycle
The list is long and the pictures are at the bottom.
I am not interested in parting the truck out at this time. This is a great project for someone who has the time to put everything together.
383 Stroker Motor built by Eddings Engine San Fernando, CA
This engine Dynoed at 330HP and 395ftlbs
I've got all the recipts for this engine + Recorded Dyno runs after the build and tuning. There's over $7000 invested in the engine alone and more than $5000 in other parts.
Start with 350 4-bolt Main
add 383 Stroker Kit
- Scat 4340 Crank
- Scat H-Beam Rods
- Ross Pistons
- Cloyes True Roller Timing set with Timkin bearings
Fel-Pro Gaskets with performance head gaskets
Melling High volume Oil pump with drive
Crane Gold Race Roller Rockers
Manley Chrom Moly Push Rods
Comp Cam 12-249-4
Sealed Power Lifters
Edelbrock Performer EGR Intake
Edelbrock Performer Cylinder Heads
Edelbrock Performer EGR Carb 1406
Edelbrock EGR Adapter
Edelbrock Performer Fuel Pump
EdelBrock Stainless Braided Fuel Line
Russel Fuel Line and Filter Kit
JEGS Billet Aluminum Throttle Bracket
ARP Main Studs
ARP Head Bolts
ARP Oil Pump Stud
ARP Balancer Bolt
ARP Flexplate Bolts
ARP Stainless Accessory Bolt Kit
ARP Fuel Pump Pushrod
ARP Starter Bolts
Milodon Oil Pan
Milodon Pick-Up Screen
Pioneer SFI Flexplate
Pioneer SFI Race Balancer
Aluminum Timing Cover
GM Aluminum Valve Covers (Wrinkle Finish Black)
Rebuilt TH350 Transmission
TCI Cast Aluminum Deep Transmission Pan 6qt
NP-203 full time transfer case
Auto Meter Pro-Comp 5" Tachometer
Auto Meter Pro-Comp 5" Speedometer (160mph with resettable trip odometer)
Auto Meter Speedometer Sender
Auto Meter Pro-Comp 2 5-8" Water Temp Gauge
Auto Meter Pro-Comp 2 5-8" Fuel Level Gauge
Auto Meter Pro-Comp 2 5-8" Volt Meter Gauge
Auto Meter Pro-Comp 2 5-8" Oil Pressure Gaute
Flex-a-Lite Dual 13.5" Electric Fans
Replacement Stock Radiator
Dual 2.5" Exhaust with
Dual Flowmaster Hushpower II 2.5" Mufflers
Dual Dynomax 2.5" Catalytic Converters
Heddman Headers with A.I.R. Injection
MSD 6AL Ignition Controller
MSD Blaster 2 Coil
MSD Pro Billet Distributor with Vacuum Advance 85551-8361
MSD Chevy Starter
GM Performance Parts Serpentine Belt Accessory Drive Package w/AC and 105amp alternator.
Air Conditioning system is not complete and the heater core is not currently hooked up.
Painless Performance 18 Circuit GM Truck Wiring System
Dual 2 1/2"Exhaust
Dynomax #289-15142 3-Way Super Catalytic Converter In/Out: 2.5" Length: 18"
Off Road Design - High Clearance Engine Crossmember
Off Road Design - Competition Style Motor Mounts
Off Road Design - 1" Body Lift Kit
Energy Suspension Poly Body Mounts
Off Road Design - 1" Zero Rate Add a Leaves
Off Road Design - Greasable Rear Suspension Bushings
Off Road Design - 2 1/2" Reaf Shackle Flip Kit
Off Road Design - Heavy Duty Front Shackles with Greasable Bushings
Off Road Design - Sway Bar Correction/Disconnect Kit
Off Road Design - Sway Bar Bushings Kit
Off Road Design - Steering Box Brace Kit
Off Road Design - Weld-in Frame Repair Kit (not-installed)
Front Leaf Springs - Tuff Country 3" EZ ride
Rear Leaf Springs - Stock + 1" add a Leave
BFG AT/KO 33"x10.5" tires on stock 6-lug 15" wheels
DIY4x - UD1 Rear Bumper with Swing out Tire Carrier
Optima Yellow Top Battery D34/78
2x PRP Premier High Back Suspension Seats. Drivers side has slider and Lumbar Support. Passenger Seat has Tilt
Stock tilt bench seat
All new front and rear carpeting
LMC Truck replacement Door Panels
Rhino Lined entire interior
Dropped stock 31gal fuel tank, replaced fuel sender, cleaned and primered exterior, all new rubber fuel lines including filler hose
Stock Front GM 10 Bolt 3.73 gears
Stock Rear GM 12 Bolt 3.73 gears
NP205 transfer case (had plans to go to a doubler)
GM 14 Bolt (Partially disassembled for planned rebuild, all pieces are present)
4.56 Gear Set for 14-bolt
Weld On Spring Perches for 14-bolt
3/4 ton Dana 44 with 8 lug outers.
These axles were in the process of being rebuilt, but never got around to finishing.
Still have the stock Q-Jet carb if someone was interested in going back to stock. Many people say the stock carb works better than any aftermarket carb.
I apologize that these pictures aren't the greatest. I had to use my cell phone after my digital camera died on me.
Last edited by Tonyraca; 01-18-2013 at 02:34 PM. Reason: Reposting Pictures
|05-03-2012, 09:39 PM||4|
Join Date: Aug 2002
Location: Sacramento, CA
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Here people see anything over $4k and no D60 in the front they turn away.
You put a lot of money into your engine but no two guys agree on how to build a nice engine so you will be losing a lot on your project to get it sold.
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|05-06-2012, 02:29 PM||5|
Good Point! Price Reduced!!
I would have put the motor in my '72, but I'm getting a 6.0L fuel injected engine in the next few weeks.
I'm going to have a complete take out 350 from the '72 that I'll have to get rid of. When all is said and done I'll give away the 350 to whoever wants it.
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