Well this was certainly bound to happen sooner or later, and Holley/Hooker decided to make it much sooner. If you’re interested in swapping your ’73-87 Chevy/GMC C10/C20 truck to LS status, then you’re in luck. Because thanks to our friends in Bowling Green, Kentucky, it’s now easier than ever thanks to their C10/C20 swap kits.
With you choice of finishes, materials and specifications, you can get everything you need to make an LS swap possible in your ’73-87 Chevy/GMC truck with one click on a mouse. From header and exhaust choices, to oil pans, motor mounts, transmission cross members and so forth – everything you’ll need is right there. Oh, and don’t forget your Holley Dominator EFI system while you’re at it!
Holley Performance Products and Hooker Headers are proud to announce the release of their GM LS swap products for the popular 1973-87 2WD GM C10/C20 pickup trucks
It is important to use components that are designed to work together to ensure a trouble-free install that provides optimized drivetrain geometry and component clearances. Holley and Hooker have partnered together to offer comprehensively designed complete LS engine swap products that do just that. They have made it possible to purchase a system of components that offers compatibility far beyond what is available when using components from mixed sources.
With many header, material, and finish choices, Holley and Hooker have everything you need to drop a GM LS engine into your C10/C20, your way. The swap components include engine mounting brackets, transmission crossmembers, headers or manifolds, exhaust systems, exhaust adapter pipes, oil pans, and an accessory drive kit. The individual product text and high-resolution images can be found on the C10/C20 LS swap page.
- One-stop shopping
- Comes with everything you need
- Makes LS-swapping easier than ever
- Available in a variety of choices in components
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of GMEFI Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.