SBC Noisy Cam Gear Swap and header install
This was my first noisy cam gear install. I also finished installing my headers and glass packs. Chevy 350 with Comp Cams Magnum hydraulic flat tappet grind #12-211-2, with two changes... it has the 4/7 swap and LSA is 112 (instead of 110).
BLOWN 383 STROKER CHEVY S10
BLOWN 383 STROKER IN A CHEVY S10 PICKUP USING A WEIAND Supercharger. ENGINE WITH APPROX. 550HP AND RUNNING 11.60 1/4 MILE IN MEXICO. 11.60 RUN WAS BEFORE UPGRADING TO A SMALLER PULLEY ON Supercharger AND GOING WITH M/T SLICKS. TRACK VIDEO COMING SOON.
SBC 350 rebuild and swap video
Phlebmaster's first sbc bare block build. 350, Comp Cams Magnum 270H with a 4/7 swap, headers, glass packs, noisy timing gears, Weiand Stealth intake, Edelbrock 625 CFM carb, HEI **COPYRIGHT** I do not own anything the music is for entertainment only. Thank you.
First Start - LT1 383 Stroker
First start of my 1995 Pontiac Formula re-build with a LT1 383 stroker motor. See more details on this build in my FQuick garage at http://www.fquick.com/garages/Pontiac/Firebird_Formula/1995/8681/
COMP CAM 12-211-2 110 LSA 4/7 SWAP
Finished installing the COMP-CAM 21-211-2 110 LSA 4/7 Swap Ordered the cam directly from Compcams. The motor is a new GM 290hp GM Performance Crate motor part #SKU: 12499529. With the new cam the motor Dynoed @ 352HP @ 5000 RPM with 375 lb-ft of torque @ 3000 RPM.
1983 Monte Carlo with 565 Big Block Chevy
My Monte idiling in the driveway: 565 BBC with Merlin Race block,AFR CNC 335 heads,4/7 swap custom roller,1150 Dominator,Lemons Stepped Headers to 4-1/2 Flowmasters and 4'' tailpipes. TCI turbo 400,Ford 9''.ETC. If you want to see all the specs on my car go to "Readers Rides" at Super Chevy,Hot Rod, Car Craft, or Popular Hot Rodding and look up 83' Monte.
monte w/ AFR headed full roller 383_1
85 m/c 383 stroker w/ AFR heads, full roller cam, etc, etc, etc........ first time pullin it out of the garage after the build. Thanks to Paul at Accu pro race engines for building me one nasty 383!!
Chevy 406 idle clip
406, 5.7 rods, vortec bowtie large port 215cc heads, 66cc chambers, forged flat tops, 11 to 1 comp., isky solid roller, 272@.050 with .505 lift, corrected to .539 with 1.6 roller rockers, pro products hurricane intake, holley 750 double pumper, super comp 1 3/4 headers, full 3 inch Exhaust with h-pipe and flowmasters. Currently has run a best of 7.17 @ 96mph 1/8 mile on 93 pump gas. Best standing 1/4 of 11.40 @ 118mph.
69 Chevelle 2 door Coupe (My micro-machine)
In the early 80's this car was made by cutting about 4 feet out of grandma's 4 door chevelle, well how else do you get grandma's 4 door chevelle into Hot Rod Magazine. It made it into Hot Rod Magazine in 1983, in color. It has an 84 inch wheel base, and with 850hp under the hood it should do wheel stands all too well. Lately just about got all of the other bugs worked out so I can start driving it and should be able to take it to some car shows with some friends and have some fun. I also want to take it to the track and see what it will run, I've been told it should run 10.5 or faster, only one way to find out. The engine is a newer Chevrolet truck block from a 91-95 Chevy Silverado SS, as far as internals it has a World Products short block kit PN = WRL-108099, which makes it a 496 CI engine I threw in a different set of pistons which with the Brodix aluminum heads it makes the compression ratio 10.1:1 so it will run on pump gas easily. It has a full roller valve train with a CompCams 4/7 swap firing order for a more even torque curve with less strain on the internals, the lift is .748 intake and the same on the Exhaust., Crower H-bar solid roller lifters, thick wall .080 1-pice pushrods with the Crower full roller Magnum rockers (steel not aluminum) to top of the Valvetrain it has Brodix stud girdles on the Brodix PN = BRO-2021038 Aluminum heads that have been port matched to the Edelbrock 2975 intake with a Holley Dominator 1150 gasoline carb. MSD-6AL ignition with 8MM wires NGK spark plugs, Holley SuperComp Ceramic coated 2-piece headers, they wrap around the frame, moroso solid engine mounts, high volume oil pump, Moroso aluminum fabricated tall valve covers with Pan-Evac system installed, March Billit pulley system with billit brakets (V-Belt), 3 piece CompCams timing cover (you can change the cam very easily without dropping the oil pan), Edelbrock high volume waterpump, Griffin Aluminum radiator, Barry Grant 280gpm fuel pump with 20 gallon fuel cell with sender, Powerglide transmission with external cooler with fan, 5000 stall converter, 18.1 transmission scatter shield, Ford 9-inch rear differential with 4.88 gears (mini-spool), 4 wheel disc brakes with HydroBoost system, all new braking system including new master cylinder from a 69 Corvette, adjustable proportioning valve, new steel lines, new rubber hoses, remanufactured calipers with new front rotors and bearings, just had the rear axle bearings replaced about 500-1000 miles ago. Rear tires are Mickey Thompson Sportsman S/R Radial 29 x 15.50 x 15 on Centerline wheels and 165r15's on the front. Shaved door handles. Lots of chrome steering and suspension parts, upper and lower control arms, spindle, backing plates, inner and outer tie rod ends with chrome sleeves, 1 1/4 chrome front sway bar. Too much money invested, must see. Recommend new paint, body is very straight and new bumpers due to chrome is pitting.