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Please be careful on the roads! Never consume alcoholic beverages before
driving. This is the most frequent cause of serious accidents. If you
drink, use a non-drinking designated driver, a taxi, or sleep over.
Follow street signs and traffic lights, but use your judgment too. Don't
try to beat red lights. And expect others to try to do so, so give them
time to go through, particularly trucks that have trouble slowing down.
Always stay at a safe distance from other vehicles. A general rule is the
farther you are from them, the safer you are.
Trucks are a special hazard. Give them extra room. They cannot see other
vehicles as well as you can in a car. If there is an accident between a car
and a truck, the driver of the car will be the one most at risk.
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V8 S10 First Start
My 1987 Chevrolet S10 finally running again after the V8 swap, will post
motor specs later, needs some carb tuning and ignition timing work, but all
in all a good start, no oil leaks, fires, etc.
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Scary Trucks Crash Compilation #3:
2000 S10 w/ LT1 V8
I finally put together a video of my 2000 S10 with a LT1 engine and six
speed T56 transmission. The truck was bought brand new just for the build,
has never seen inclimate weather and now has only 19,000 miles on the body.
The engine and transmission had only 16,000 miles at the time of the build
and was freshened up bofore being transplanted. The donor car was a 1995
Trans Am. The engine has a stock bottom end with the heads reworked by Loyd
Elliott to his LE2 level. GM hot cam kit, ported intake with a holley 52 mm
throttle body and stock injectors. Computer tuned by PCM For Less. GM 8.5"
rear end narrowed to fit. 3:73 Richmond gears, Moser axles and a GM limited
slip differential. Rear frame section is also narrowed to allow for the 12"
wide wheels. Wheels are Bonspeed Sweep's, 18x8 front and 18x12 rear. The
video is amatuer at best. Only my second time using the camcorder. Also the
truck is filthy having sit all winter. I just wanted to get a video of it
with it's current engine because I am about to replace it with a new LT1
383 stroker and will post a new video once it is installed for comparison.
It will be a much better quality video I promise and it will also be
completely cleaned and detailed as I prepare to hit the local car shows and
cruise ins again this summer. I have owned the truck for going on two
years now purchasing it from the original owner and builder. I am very
proud to own it. It is as clean and as professional of a build as I have
ever seen. Thanks for looking and I hope you like it. Please feel free to
post any comments that you may have.
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Engine specialists Dandy Engines building a small block Windsor 461ci
stroker for Pat Staplton. Follow the engine assembly as the guys aim to
make more than 820hp naturally aspirated on regular pump unleaded. Pat
plans on putting this brute of an engine into a Ford Falcon XD/XF Ute. [
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Obstacle Course, Hill Climb, and Coal Chute! - Top Truck Challenge 2013
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The Obstacle Course begins with a shockingly tall and long slippery hill
descent known as the "first hill" and it ends with a nasty dogleg gully
that's tantalizingly close to the finish line. In between is a treasure
trove of terror. The "lower section" forces competitors to navigate a
360-degree turn through three deep water holes and sand. From there,
competitors travel up a hill to the "upper section" that includes a
deceiving off-camber U-turn (known as "U-turn Hill"), two deep water holes,
and numerous tight turns. This event has a 10-minute time limit, but speed
is the enemy. This is because the course is marked with numerous cones and
each one hit adds 20 seconds to the overall time. If all four tires of a
rig travel outside a cone the rig is disqualified at that point. Safety
violations net a whopping two-minute penalty. Clearly, accuracy is the key
to success in the Obstacle Course.
Think back to those hillclimbs you've done in your 4x4. Yeah, the TTC Hill
Climb isn't like that. The Hill Climb is built specifically for TTC, it's
approximately 600 feet in length and it has an average angle of
approximately 60 degrees. It twists and turns as it winds through the
poison oak and it's peppered with strategically-placed deep holes and dirt
hills. Yes, we added hills to our Hill Climb. The Hill Climb is loose,
steep, and unpredictable. Naturally, we don't let drivers see it before
they run it because that would ruin the surprise. The Hill Climb rewards
those who can think on-the-fly and punishes those who are thinking about
the next event. We allowed each competitor 5 minutes to tackle the hill and
during that time they could stop, reverse, or winch. If a competitor
exceeded the time limit, traveled out of bounds, or violated a safety rule
they were disqualified at that point.
The Mini Rubicon, a staple of Top Truck for years, was a brutal event that
forced competitors to fight for every inch of forward progress. It was
tough and unforgiving. We wanted something tougher. So, for 2013 we
replaced the Mini Rubicon with the awe-inspiring Coal Chute. This event
uses a newly developed area (Rock Rash Ridge) at the Hollister Hills SVRA
that contains an amazing collection of man-made obstacles. Naturally, we
tweaked it to make it exclusive to Top Truck. Our mind-bending course was
approximately 525 feet in length, and included steep walls in excess of 7
feet tall and jumbles of rocks and cement tubes. We even brought in a water
truck and created a waterfall on the final cement climb. The course was
broken into four distinct sections. We threw competitors a curve ball and
allowed them to skip one of the two first sections. However, we penalized
each competitor 10 minutes if they bypassed the first section and 6 minutes
if they bypassed the second section. Strategy was a major player at this
event. There was a 20-minute time limit and safety violations netted a
two-minute penalty. If two of the vehicles tires traveled outside of the
cones the competitor was disqualified at that point.
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Evinrude 300XP -91
After a few hours in the workshop..
The expansion chambers are "home made" by hydroforming. The original Exhaust is milled away and the engine
block is filled whit plastic.
This engine will get electronic fuel injection and will not be used in a