LOL i'd never heard the term 'short motor' before i was about to make a post asking what JMM's long motor was... i thought he had an I6 with and increased stroke hence 'long' motor
'92 NC Ghia, 302w 123.9kw at the wheels, dead stock. Peacock Green. Lots of woodgrain and velour
Tint, Mags (17x8 ROH RT's 235/45), Sunroof, Alarm/Immobliser, GM-X624 Amp, DEH-P8250 H/U, Alpine 2x6 1/4" rear, 6"splits in doors, 1" tweeters in dash.
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I think rollin is closer to the mark, best thing is ask what exactley it does and does not include for the money, then decide what you will bother to get yourself and fit after the fact, its mostly a matter of how much work you want to do yourself, the less on the motor the more you have to pull off it before swapping, and then put back on.
I prefer a short motor option, then bolt my own manifolds, water pump etc on, but up to you.
I did put something here, but it vanshied, I think
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