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Nick Smith said - Getting close
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Cory Nielsen said - Looks nice! When finished id like to know how much the swap cost you.....and how much of a headache.....im intrested in this swap

Ron Gundrum said - Maybe you posted this elsewhere, is that a 5.3L? That's what I did and absolutely love it. If you have any questions regarding the swap I would be more than happy to help.
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So I have a question, where do you live, where do you have this registered and how are you going to get it past emission laws and lake it road legal?
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As far as I know there are no laws against engine swaps in Wisconsin. Some states require the same model year or newer. As long as you have a cat and keep whatever emmision crap is in the engine you are good to go. Early Chevy 5.3s had egr valves. That must remain on the engine if you swap it in. I asked the dmv about this when I got my colletor plates. Even with collector plates they told me I can modify and swap in whatever I want as long as there are no modifications to the body. That would require hobbyist plates. Just don't move to California and you're good. 8)
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