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  1. POOR WHITE BOY

    Converting my M1008 to 12v with a 454/ ended up going 5.3 LS with 4l80

    A big block radiator out of a 1988 thru 1991 R/V series will bolt right in . Needs to have a 19inch x 34 inch core. I have these manifolds on 3 of my trucks - they look good , donot leak , and appear stock.i will post more photos in the next couple of days.
  2. POOR WHITE BOY

    Converting my M1008 to 12v with a 454/ ended up going 5.3 LS with 4l80

    Yes have clearance for 2 qt oil filter . Also plan on installing oem oil cooler the large one that goes between the grill and radiator.
  3. POOR WHITE BOY

    Converting my M1008 to 12v with a 454/ ended up going 5.3 LS with 4l80

    Headers are the oem chevy/gmc 1986 454 truck headers.they are made of stainless steel. They came on all 1986 trucks and rv's with a 454 engine - they last forever and clean up with steel wool. I installed the correct metric pipe plugs where the smog tube holes were. They are short and only...
  4. POOR WHITE BOY

    Converting my M1008 to 12v with a 454/ ended up going 5.3 LS with 4l80

    Here are some photos - still needs wiring harness hooked up ,throttle cable clip, and trans vacuum line. Then its ready to run.
  5. POOR WHITE BOY

    Converting my M1008 to 12v with a 454/ ended up going 5.3 LS with 4l80

    I have been slacking but will post some photos as mine is almost ready to crank.it will be running this week. I had to do away with the tbi because the donor motor had a engine fire - wiring harness was damaged badly. I also had to get some adapters/bushings made for the radiator hoses - to...
  6. POOR WHITE BOY

    Converting my M1008 to 12v with a 454/ ended up going 5.3 LS with 4l80

    Drained fuel tank. There is a thread on fitting right behind the passenger front wheel - great spot to plumb fuel line/pump - i had to use electric fuel pump because i installed a 1993 454 engine - mark v - no fuel pump boss on block.
  7. POOR WHITE BOY

    Converting my M1008 to 12v with a 454/ ended up going 5.3 LS with 4l80

    Flex plate is different. Wiring harness should work. I used one out of a 1985 gas truck
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