-Weber: kit K696 comes with the adapter to mount to your stock manifold. It's the 32/36 DGEV carb (electric choke). The Offy manifold does not require the manifold adapter.
-Header: Pacesetter #70-1105 with square ports (some may list the #70-1125, but this is the round port model for 2.3/2.6 engines).
-Cam: Delta Cams. They are re-grinds, you'll probably have to supply a blank. The 270 grind would be good, power gains start at about 2500rpms.
-Distributor: '84-'87 1.9L G200Z engines (Trooper or pickup) had electronic distributors that eliminated the points, it's a direct swap into a G180, probably simpler, possibly cheaper than the Petronix.
-Flywheel: '80-'83 4x4 1.8L or '84-'87 1.9L (2x or 4x) uses an 8-1/2" clutch instead of your 8".
-Engine: 1.9L G200Z is a direct bolt-in replacement, will give a slight but noticeable power increase over the stock G180Z. All the 1.8 goodies fit the 1.9 as well.
-Head: using a G180 head on a G200 block will boost compression about one full point.
-Tranny: MSG 5sp from an '86-'95 2wd pickup with the 2.3L 4ZD1 engine will give better highway rpms, requires a matching slip yoke & tranny support relocation.
awesome, thank you for this. I'll be looking into the carb, header, dist, and possibly the cam.