Just a basic video of my experiences with GT40P heads. Not all engines are the same with header combos so take this video with a grain of salt. Those are aftermarket headers so im sure stock headers theres even more room between boot/plug and header. Will this work on equal length shorty headers? Doing a 90degree boot is easy. Just take the 45 angle boot off and bend the conductor inside and put it into a 90 degree boot!
Eastwood's DIY Polishing and Porting Cylinder Heads Kit
Buy The Kit Here: http://www.eastwood.com/cylinder-porting-and-finishing-kit.html
In this video, Mark shows how to Polish and Port your Engine Cylinder Heads and gain up to 10% more HP with Eastwood's Engine Porting Kit!
CYLINDER PORTING & FINISHING KIT offers you the most requested carbide burrs and abrasive smoothing rolls and tapers used for engine potting and finishing Your kit includes four different cone and tree-shape steel-hardened, precision double-cut Carbide Steel 6" long Burrs and 10 each 80 Grit Abrasive Cylinders and Tapers with 2 each 4" and 6" long high-speed mandrels.
How to port and polish high performance v8 heads,tips,tricks and trade secrets exposed
*******CHECK OUT PART 2 ***** http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZDlZxqRVJw
COMBUSTION CHAMBERS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D63jgJs95gY
DEGREE CAMSHAFTS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azLX1pi2oVE
I look at porting and polishing high performance heads,I been building engines for 30 years, most of that time in research and development,I explain in real simple terms air flows and velocities,these 308ci General Motors Holden heads have been transformed over 70 hours,I show you all the do's and dont's,keep a lookout for the rest of the rebuild vids, as we head into final assembly,especially dialing in camshaft's,compression ratio's and everything else that makes internal combustion engines cranky,Aussie Heads and Race Engines-One Man One Shop
My Pro 5.0 Ranger GT40P Heads
1986 Ranger Super Cab,3rd motor,fresh build,I just realized carb is 850 Double Pumper,not 750 like my friend told me,carb is from his 427 jet boat ,no wonder I get as low as 3.5 mile to a Gallon,Thing is, it acts like it wants more fuel,My lifetime friend said the same thing,We been building hotrods for 40 yrs
Ford Mustang T5 Swap into an AOD 88 Convertible
This is a T5 swap i installed on a 1988 Ford Mustang Convertible. I didnt finalize the video however the trans shifted awesome and i had no problems. This is just an informative video for those that want to do this swap. Theres a lot more things to it im sure i missed. Enjoy!
PS: I also did a small video on the 88 mass air conversion using an 89 mass air harness. NOT a repin. Ill do that video some other day.
88 Ford Mustang 5.0 Mass AIr Conversion from Speed Density
This is a simple mass air conversion from speed density i did on a friends 88 GT Mustang convertible. I did all the work for him as he had no idea.. He was running a speed density DC Auto ECU and harness. I purchased a nice OEM 89 mass air harness to convert the 88 harness as well as a 5 speed 02 harness. I was also doing a T5 swap into the car at the same time so the 02 harness had to match the ECU.
1987 Ford Mustang Coupe Rebuild.
I am at it again. Rebuilt an 87 caged roller coupe with a ton of 89 GT donor parts and lots of upgraded mod parts. This is the finished video with tons of pictures of the parts, the car and the work.
C4 Corvette vs 5.0 Mustang
COMMENT AND RATE!
Yes its a boring race. Video of the CORVETTE can be found here - /watch?v=2Rpha3PTVuU
93 Mustang LX Dyno Run
93 LX 2.3 to 5.0 Conversion. Stock block 302 from my 88 GT, GT40P heads(unported, stock rockers, trickflow valvesprings), GT40 intake(minor lower port), Trickflow Stage 1 cam, Mac longtube headers, Mac prochamber, and Mac catback. Dyno cell temperature was 101 degrees and at the time coolant was spewing out the radiator cap from a blown headgasket. I probably could of hit a little higher with better temps and a sealed head gasket but I don't think I was giving up more than 10 rwhp as is.
5.0 Roller Motor Found for the Mustang | 96 Explorer Donor | GT40 Heads
See the photos on the Mach 1 Blog Here: http://www.mach1restoration.com/5-0-roller-motor-found-for-the-Mustang-96-explorer-donor-gt40-heads/
After getting the not so good news that my existing 302 block was un-machineable I decided to look elsewhere for a donor motor. Re-manufactured long blocks average anywhere from $1000 to $1200 depending on where you look. I decided I wanted to stay in the under $400 range so I looked at my local scrap yards. There is a local salvage yard called Teddy Bears here in Tarpon that sells complete once running when pulled engines with under 60k miles on them. I lucked out and found a 96 explorer 5.0 liter roller motor complete on the pallet and ready to go. I snatched it up and got to work. Surprisingly this engine is in exceptional condition inside and out and with a little Ford Blue paint... Its going to be a very nice addition to the stang. Check out the photos. This engine has an extremely mild cam but is a roller motor with nice 3 bar GT40 heads (not "P" heads that require special manifolds)