So i've been doing lots of searching and reading about doing a V-8 swap on my 40 using the stock 4 speed and probably either a downey or AA bellhousing. Looks like I might be able to take this in next winter. Or I could rebuild my 2f, but i'm thinking I might not be happy with the power. Keep in mind this is primarily a street rig, I don't get to do much wheeling anymore. I've got a few questions that I haven't found answers to. 1. I already have a tbi 350 from a 93 fullsize blazer. However from what i've read a 93 motor that came with an auto cannot be used with anything but a 4l60e? So i'm contemplating just making this into a carbed motor,maybe some vortec heads, as I really want more than 200 horse anyway. Or could I just use a howell harness and a computer from a 92-older rig? 2. If I decide to go with the tbi setup, can I use the stock rear dump manifolds? Or are rams horns or blockhugger headers the only way? My truck does have saginaw steering. 3. I've read that it's possible to switch the front and rear driveshafts to compensate for moving the trans/transfercase forward. But i've only read this pertaining to 3 speed trucks. Is it possible to do this on a 4 speed truck too? Or am I destined to have driveshafts modified? Not terrible either way. 4. The motor I have had A/C , but the compressor is gone. Is it possible to run the stock serpentine accessory drive , but without the compressor? Or do I need to buy an idler or something?