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Not sure if this is the place for this or not. But I will be documenting the ls swap journey of my dream truck. I found me a fairly clean rust free 1992 gmc 1500 2wd. Sourced a junkyard 5.3, and a 4l80e trans. I am using a bp automotive harness, hp tuners and a lot of luck. This is my first ls swap so critics please tell me what I am doing wrong. 

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Originally I installed a stage 2 truck cam from summit, and sourced a A/C compressor mount that would keep the compressor up high and out of the frame. 

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But what fun would simple be? I sourced a take off supercharger off another project I have that I am installing a lsa into. (Story for a different day) but the whipple now sits where my A/C compressor was going to live. So I had to go back to the original low mount A/C location. So I ended up notching the frame. 

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Post away, always fun to see a project,call it Frankenstein,cause you could pick 3 different subforums to post this in,lol

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