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

3 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.
    Thanks,
    Jason

    1. You will have to do some custom stuff to the cam gear so it reads correctly other than that its kind of straight forward, get the generic LS harness and disable 2 of the coils. use a 12v rpm activated input for vtec solenoid. it is possible as there are many people running them,

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