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I HAVE A 93 CAPRICE WANT TO UPGRADE MOTOR

CHANGE THE INTAKE, HEADS, CAM AND CRANKSHAFT TO THE 95 ZR1 CORVETTE. HOW COULD THAT BE DONE. AND IS THERE A CHEAPER WAY.

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IF YOU REALLY WANT POWER AT EXTRA LOW PRICE, LOOK FOR A QUADRAJET CARBURATOR, CHANGE DISTRIBUTOR FOR A VACUUM TYPE, CONNECT THE CABLE ·1 FROM THE FOUR CONNECTOR TO THE SPARK CONNECTOR OF THE DIST AND CABLE 3 TO THE TACH CONNECTOR. CHANGE AIR INTAKE FOR A 4 MOUTH BASED , TUNNED IT AND PUT YOUR SEAT BELT

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no it can not
circuitry is all different configurations

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Displacement: 350 cubic inches, 5733 cubic centimeters, 5.7 liters
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93-95 LT1 F-Body: 275bhp, 325lb-ft
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