Chevy S10 with a Turbo J35 V6

1989 Chevy S10 with a Turbo J35 V6

Project J35A S-10 is building a 1989 Chevy S10 truck for drag racing using a turbocharged 3.5 L Honda J35A V6. The motor will feature eBay connecting rods, Holley intake, GM coilpacks, and LSx throttle body. It will bolt to a TH400 three-speed transmission with a manual valve body thanks to a Marked Motorsports adapter plate. They also plan to swap the factory GM rear end for a Ford 8.8-inch rear end.

1989 Chevy S10 with a Turbo J35 V6

1989 Chevy S10 with a Turbo J35 V6

Source: Project J35A S-10 via Piotr

2 thoughts on “Chevy S10 with a Turbo J35 V6”

  1. Good evening.
    Got a question for you . You said in one of the videos , you are running LS wiring and GM coils. I am somewhat doing the same project besides my J series VTEC is in the rear of a 1989 Honda CRX. How did you convert the wiring and PCM to run LS management system? V8 to V6 , different firing order , different cam and crank signal waves. I need to know how ya made this work? I completely stripped a 2001 Honda Accord LX 3.0 liter V6 automatic and fabricated it in the rear of a CRX. Now I am at a wiring spaghetti nightmare. I have the body of the CRX wired for lights, horn, wipers, etc etc. and I have all sensors , actuators, relays, ECM , controllers , etc etc from the Accord . Just kinda wanting to eliminate most of the non used stuff and just run whatever to make the engine run good and transmission work until I can manual transmission swap it. Please email me some details and information.

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