2004 Supercharged Cavalier vs 2002 Turbocharged Cavalier
both stock internals with full bolt ons
turbo at about 10lb+, s/c at 8lb
cant tell in the video but all 3 times the s/c cav pulled ahead but it was
all driving takes place in Mexico.
*also, sorry for all the narration, i need to learn to stfu when im
CAVALIER CAR WITH 44 INCH BOGGERS LOT OF HP!!!!
CAVALIER CAR WITH 44 INCH BOGGERS LOT OF HP!!!!! SANDY DEEP MUD. CAR
BODY SITTING ON TRUCK FRAME WITH 12BOLT REAR AXLE AND DANA 44 FRONT. 3.08
GEARS. SBC 350 WITH HIGH LIFT CAM AND ALUMINUM HEADS
Chevy Caviler 2.2L
Taking the crank shaft out of a 1997 2.2L Chevy Caviler engine.I hope this
video is helpful.I know it's a little long but I wanted to show how you do
the crank removal in a way that it would be done correctly while doing it
properly.I know that some people may not agree with everything I did but
the fact is that the job is done and the crankshaft is out.Hope you enjoy
the video.Sorry about the long overlay of the title.I didn't check it
before I rendered it and I'm kinda stuck with it lol.
Music gotten with permission from:http://incompetech.com/m/c/royalty-free/#
Instagram - MarkFreeman408
Sunfire doesn't start for us so we take the trucks out mudding!
350Z vs cavalier Z24 turbo Z24 vs 350Z at dragway 42 in ohio.
Sadly, the Z24 was destroyed in an accident when a motorcycle rider decided
to rear end it at 50mph. Nobody was killed, but the car was totalled. Drive
train was sold to another cavalier owner and still runs today.
Ricer Files: The Sunfire Guy.
Instant classic. Worst ricer you have ever seen. He is also a convicted
rapist serving 30 years in prison.
Visit his Cardomain here:
2002 Cavalier Power Steering Rack Replacement (Part 1) -EricTheCarGuy
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Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94wY_tAommo&feature=youtu.be
This video is part of a series on this 2002 Chevy Cavalier. When this car
first showed up it had been in a minor collision, it had slid off the road
into a curb. I found a damaged wheel but I also found that it would not
drive down the road properly and the steering wheel was way off. I
concluded that the power steering rack had been damaged. This is part 1 of
the replacement of that broken power steering rack. On a scale of 1-10 I
would say the difficulty level of this one is about a 7 so be prepared for
a bit of a fight if you need to do this job. In addition to the Cavalier
this video should also apply to other GM vehicles of this same size, the
Pontiac Sunfire comes to mind as well as the equivalent Buick and Olds
Here are links to some of the videos referenced in the video.
Removing Rusty Fasteners: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqNcBkLvptg
Lubing the Chassis: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bB2RiRKDQ9k
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