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Updated on May 06, 2012
This is what i started out with in August of 2008. A bone stock 1993 Chevrolet S10 Blazer 4X4 with the 4.3 Vortec V-6 Engine pushing 200hp stock.
The left pic is an older pic but shows you the the new front bumper, grill, turn signals changed to euro, and headlights have also been changed out to new. I also changed the stock tailights out for the Euros and changed the reverse bulb to blue L.E.D.
It now has around 215 hp. Here is the new chrome intakes cold air intake i installed which opened that engine up by alot and it sounds real cool.
November 21st I put my new Cooper Discoverer tires on my American Racing Outlaw 2 rims and got them on there with about an 1 1/2 inches of tires out past the fender which looks good but i have to get fender flares soon for it because of the laws here in Germany .
The First pic on top left is the stock height and then the others are of the 3 inch body lift.
As of December 28th, 2008 I have put on Accel Performance Distributor, Accel Cap & Rotor, Accel 8.8mm Performance Spark plug Wires and last but not least the Bosch Platinum Ion spark plugs.
Here are new Flexing Pics i took on Jan 17, 2009 after i put the 2 inch helper springs on the back and just look at that tuck! Couldnt go that far without the body lift. Of course I got the Black on Chrome Heavy Chevy Bowtie.
I cleaned the truck today inside and out and took new pics of all new additions. I put the rollpan from my old s10 on and painted it black. I have also installed a performance chip that makes you notice an acceleration boost definitley. I have also put on a new Scosche chrome battery terminal amp connector for the Optima yellow top. In the back is the JL Audio 500/1 and the 12 inch Kicker L7 ported.
I finally got around to sanding the tiny rust spots that were starting on the bottom of the tailgate and painted it flat black like the rollpan. I also painted the window frame black cuz it had the dusty surface rust also. My sticker on the gas cap says "ALL MOTOR INSIDE".
Here is a badass pic of just how much bigger my truck is compared to another Blazer. I tower over that little thing..ha ha ha
Here is My newest pics of my truck as of June 1st 2009 after i painted the frame with flat black. Got some good pics. I like that it makes it look cleaner. tommorow im going mudding so yeah ima get some pics up for you viewing pleasure!!
I took the truck mudding today through the Military Humvee trail and had a blast!!! This is what happens when you just rest your arm on the door with the window open while going thru the HUMVEE trail!! Notice what the custom Germany plate behind me says!! The sticker on my windshield represents my truck club. Its name is L.M.D. OFFROAD. L.M.D. stands for Lifted Mud Dawgs. I just started it and have a 2004 Ford Ranger in my group so far ( take a look at his truck)http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3299212 . Im the only one lifted so far but I and the Ranger just need some bigger tires.
These are my new long awaited toys for my truck!!!! I am still having problems typing after hauling these up to the fourth floor of my dorms a little while ago. I needed a friend to help me. These beauties are 15 inch KICKER SOLOBARIC L7s with 2000 watt maximum power handling and 1000 watt RMS for each one!! Im going to be running two 1800 watt amplifiers and I have already bought two Hifonics 1.0 farad capacitors. Of course I will be using 0 or 2 gauge wire and will be using my other yellow top Optima battery for dual battery setup.
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Very nice ride! What size tire and wheels are those? They look awesome!
Sweet flex. Looks good without over doing it.
Hi nice Truck 5*
nice blazer like the mudding pics sweet 5 *****
Nice truck man!i like it it check mine out sometime
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