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Old 10-15-2011, 01:08 PM
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I have a "98 blazer that i want to give more horsepower. I have access to a cyclone engine w/ turbo that i can pick up for cheap. My questions are as follows: A. Will the engine bolt to exsisting engine motor mounts and B. Will my stock tranny handle the extra h/p from engine and boost from turbo? I have also heard the stock v-6's can be a litttle beast but it will be cheaper for me to buy cyclone engine. Any thoughts or ideas would b appreciated. Also will the computer havr to b changed?
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you'll need the pcm to take advantage of the cyclone engine
 
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Where can you get that setup? few years ago before i knew much about em i found one at the pull a part. man i coulda got it all for 200 bucks. i left it not knowing what it was
 
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