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Originally Posted by D B Cooper
AwDang,

Please keep us posted on your progress.

Will do, but it’ll be awhile. I’m shooting for summer to add the efi.


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The GMC engines of the same period used a similar, but different Thermostat housing where the temp sender was on the driver side. It will bolt right up to the Chevy head. I got one on Ebay years ago and haven't used it. I was going to use it for coolant heating to a Edmunds intake, but I went a different route. Check Ebay and you may find one.

GMC Thermostat housing [ebay.com]

Found one.

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