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  1. Basic info
    1986
    GMC
    C10
    No
    Grey
    Work in progress DD/autrocross pickup. This is the first vehicle I've ever owned and it has been a big learning experience for me. Me and my dad have done everything on the truck performance wise except for the motor swap, which had been completed prior to me purchasing it.
    Engine
    OEM
    SBC
    LT1
    8
     
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    Fuel injection
    OEM
    Aluminum
    OEM
     
     
     
     
    LT4 Hot Cam
    Motor is a frankenstein composed of Camaro and Caprice parts. Ported factory aluminum heads, ported factory intake, LT4 hot cam.
    Exhaust
    Header
    Dynomax
    None
    Ceramic coated Hedman long tubes into 2.5" true duals with Dynomax race bullets dumped before rear axle.
    Transmission
    4L60E
    OEM
    OEM
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Rear End
    OEM
    Factory 12 bolt
    3.73
     
    Wheels & Tires
    CCW
    Classic 2 piece
    Bronze matte
    17
    9.50
    17
    11.00
    Brakes
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    OEM
     
     
    OEM
     
     
    Suspension
    CPP
    QA1
    Shock & Spring
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    OEM
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    Safety Equipment
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    Interior
    OEM
    OEM
    Grant
     
    OEM
    Events
    Power Tour 2016, Cruisin the Coast 2014-present
    Builder / Thanks to
     
    Story / History
    I've owned the truck for 3 years, and it has been my sole vehicle for 2 years, besides the motorcycle I picked up last year. Being a part time worker and full time student in college, progress has been slow, but I am happy with where it is at and look forward to future plans.
    Video links
     
    Magazine links
     
    Future plans
    Would love to swap a T56 into it, as well as fab up an IRS system and lower the truck 2 more inches. By the end of the year I will have some Corbeau racing buckets installed, so that too.