Nick Mahler's '89 Chevy S-10 Blazer
Nick lowered his blazer 4"/4" with all Belltech has to offer. The Blazer has 2" drop spindles and Eibach springs in the front and 2" lowered leaf springs and 2" lowering blocks in the rear. Nitro drop shocks all the way around help to smooth out the bumps. All urethane bushings and huge front and rear sway bars help keep Nicks Blazer firmly on the ground. Under the hood ram air induction, turbo city injectors, throttle body spacers, K&N filters, a stage 3 hypertech chip, B&M shift kit in the 700R4 tranny, a 3.73 posi rear help propel this rocket from 0-60 in 5 sec and does the 1/4 mile in 12.8 seconds @ 116mph. Painted 97 ford boysenberry blue with 6 different pearls adds color to this smooth sport utility. All the emblems, roof rack, molding, and bumper have been shaved and a Sir Micheals roll pan with Belltech ground f/x and billet inserts round out the body mods. Piaa driving lights, a polished rear wing and 16" polished Eagle hammers with special milled aluminum center caps complete the accessories on the outside. Inside a blue tweed and leather interior, and billet inserts add a custom touch. A Kenwood deck, changer, Phoenix Gold amps and processors send Nick's choice of music to 4 Rockford Fosgate Power 12's. Focal mids and ID horns make up the highs. Nick's blazer has been in 23 Mini Truckin's and 2 Truckin' magazines but has yet to be a feature article although he definitely does deserve it. I know the feeling, maybe someday Nick. Killer Blazer.
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