1985 chevy truck build part 1

This is my 1985 chevy c10 that I am restoring. This is mainly the tear down i missed some pics but to late now. The motor is a 1970 2 bolt main 350 bored 30 over with a set of rebuilt heads casting #333882 pined studs with 1.6 erson roller rockers. The cam is a summit street strip cam Intake lift at valve 465 Exhaust lift at valve 465 with 1.5 rockers. With 1.6 roller rockers bumps Intake and Exhaust lift up to 496. With an advertised duration of 282. With a Weiand #8000 medium rise spread bore power band idle-6000. With a 65,000 volt polished aluminum shaft with adjustable vaccum modulator valve good for idle to 8500 rpms. Has holly 600 cfm with vaccum secondaries and electric choke and summit racing headers. Transmission is a 1977 chevy th350 rebuilt with alto high energy friction plates new steals new adjustable vaccum modulator valve new everything just about. Has B&M shift improver with the street strip kit. Has Jegs 2300-2700 stall torque converter. More updates soon please tell me what you think.

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1985 chevy part 2
oops the date on the camera is wrong. Well I made a little progress since the last video. I got all the drivetrain in it. I installed a sunpro tach. I also installed a radio with a 1200 watt amp with a bass controller a 10in pioneer sub two 4way 6x9s 1300watts each and two 3way 4 inch infinitys in the dash 800watts each. All I have left to do is brakes and body and paint work. thanks please leave comments.





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