88-98 Chevy/GMC Truck 4WD | Z71
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Tired of trying to piece things together? Look no further! Now you can have LS power in your 4WD 88-98 Truck or SUV!
This LS swap kit is for 1988-1998 GM ½ ton 4 wheel drive trucks. It was designed around our GM LH8 Oil Pan kit. The frame brackets bolt into existing holes in the frame and was designed to give you the best options for other components. Unlike other mounts, ours position the engine so there is no steering interference, and our crossmember maintains the proper drive-line angle for smooth highway cruising. It provides clearance for the factory AC box, power brake booster, and aftermarket suspension components. The following combined parts offer an easy, strong, and clean installation of your LS engine.
This kit includes the following:
1 3/4" Mid Length Headers
These headers offer many feature that are normally only on custom race headers. We start with 3/8" laser cut flanges with the tubes welded inside and out and then machined. They use a gasket-less ball and socket type collector for a leak free install. They're ceramic coated inside and out to fight performance robbing underhood temperatures then polished for a long lasting show quality finish. They have 1 ¾” primaries that support over 500 hp and offer great ground clearance with their mid-length. They include gaskets, bolts, reducers, and O2 sensor bungs.
LH8 Oil Pan
The LH8 pan is the oil pan that our LS swap was designed around. It comes standard or machined for the oil bypass valve to use with displacement on demand or variable valve timing. Includes new full length windage tray, pickup tube, hardware, gasket, dipstick, and our pickup tube girdle.
Engine Mount and Frame Bracket kit
Includes motor mounts, frame brackets, and hardware. Manufactured from the highest grade American made steel. They're laser cut, precision bent, powder coated and feature polyurethane bushings. Bolts into existing holes in the frame. Comes with a lifetime free replacement warranty on the bushings.