69 Buick GS 350-4 barrel
This is my bone stock, save for the demon carb( it is an original four barrel motor though) 69 GS 350, factory manifolds without mufflers because i'm installing headers very soon, with purple hornie glasspacks:D can you say irritated neighbours? I'm going to get the T/A manifold for it along with some 3.91 gears (it has a chevy 12 bolt posi) and maybe a cam, the aforementioned stuff with the longtube headers should be a pretty peppy car, these old buick 350's make a lot of torque, the way it is now it will easily brake both tires loose and melt them during a brakestand, with the open manifolds it will even lay a couple of 20 foot long strips just stompin on the gas, not bad for a stock converter, stock 3.30 gears and 3600 pound car, this paticular motor was rated at 285 hp (net) and 360 ft-lbs of torque from the factory, and I believe they had 10:1 compression. The buick 350 actually has a longer stroke than a chevy 396 big block it's 3.85", this makes for Alot of down low go, and a good starting point.
69 Chevelle with new 355 and nice Lunati BM II cam 350 Chevy
355 with Flat tops, 10.5 to 1 comp. Lunati Bracket Master II cam .480 lift 292 duration, ported 64 CC Double Hump heads, Full roller rockers, Holley Street Dominator intake, 750 Holley carb, MSD cap and 8.5 wires, Full length headers going into a pair of Dynomax race bullets.
Engine backed by a freshly rebuilt turbo 350 with a 2000 RPM stall.
First start of my bedroom built 350 small block chevy
A short clip of my small block chevy 350 starting for the very first time.It has a lunati roller cam and retro-fit lifters,holley aluminum heads, eagle rotating assembly,holley 770 street avenger carb and mallory ignition.It made 406 hp and 400ft lbs on the Dyno.
1972 Buick Skylark, TA 288-92H cam.
This is the TA 288-92H cam. Bought cam and lifters used from a reputable source(Jim Weise who is a knowledgeable Buick guru, Hi Jim). TA SP1 intake, 800 QJ carb, Roller rockers, Headers and big 3" pipes all the way to the bumper. This video shows the motor as it looks today and it is different from the original video. The intake is the only visible part changed but the valve covers have been painted Buick red to match the rest of the motor. I like them better red than black as they were. Did the additional motor work earlier in the year but am just now getting around to a new video.
Motor is probably 9:00 to 1 or so comp ratio(cast hyperutectic pistons)as both the block and heads have been milled a total of about .060" and has homebrewed port and bowl work along with stainless stage1 size valves.
Recorded 12/13/09 Best heard with headphones. Oh yeah it's in stereo babee!
1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS Street/Strip Project Car
This was my 1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS project car. The motor was a 357ci with forged Probe pistons, Lunati .515" Bracket Master II cam, Edelbrock Performer RPM heads, Edelbrock Performer RPM Air-Gap intake, 650 Speed Demon carb, and much, much more. The Exhaust consisted of Hooker Competition headers, custom bent 2 1/2" pipe, Hedman X-pipe, Flowmaster Super 40 mufflers, and 3" turnouts. This is the only video I have of the car before I sold it.
Twin Turbo Buick 350 Skylark Cruising
This is the turbo kit I sell in use! Taking the Tubs and Twins car for a stroll, and me nervously rambling like a moron. See the Buick's entire story and evolution at BurtonMachine.com.