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3.4l swap to 350/LT1 or turbo?

Old 01-30-2013, 04:49 PM
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3.4l swap to 350/LT1 or turbo?

I'm 16 years old, my uncle recently gave me a 1994 Camaro with the 3.4l V6 in it. He helped me fix it up (new paint, interior, ect.), but now i'm wanting to get more power. He said the best way to go would be getting a turbo for it. I was wanting to do a 350/LT1 motor swap on it. I'm on a budget and can't just sell the car and buy a Z28 because of insurance costs. And because the car is my daily driver, I can't have it sitting in my garage for weeks. So i was wondering if it would cost more to go to a salvage yard and find a 350 motor, wiring harness, computer, and the front springs and gauge cluster from a Z28, or just rebuilding my V6 and turboing it. Also, if i'm going to do the engine swap is that all i would need to get (engine, wiring harness, computer, heavier front springs, and gauge cluster) or am i going to need more? I've read that the rear end and tranny will work just fine. I'm not the most car savvy person so i'm looking for some imput. Thanks
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Old 01-31-2013, 05:04 AM
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Re: 3.4l swap to 350/LT1 or turbo?

Werent u on our site asking the same question a few weeks ago?

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