How to change Trailblazer Headlights (fast and easy way)
Trailblazer headlight bulb replacement, trailblazer headlight, Changing
Headlights on 02-09 Trailblazer, low beam headlight, high beam, chevy
This video shows you how to quickly and easily replace your headlight bulbs
on a Chevy trailblazer. The fastest way is to remove the grill and this
will give you easy access to the headlights.
Here are the bulbs I used:
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SRT-8 & Trailblazer SS
Just thought I would show ya'll my 2007 Charger SRT-8 and my friends 2007
Chevy Trailblazer SS. Even stock, the SS is one bad ass truck, wait till he
gets done with it. The Charger is a finished product. I am lookin to make a
few more additions without gettin too crazy let us know if you have
suggestions for either one. Enjoy!
Twin Turbo TBSS Vs 9 Second Turbo LSx Foxbody
We are not street racers, we are professional stuntmen.
Included in this film are two 9 second vehicles.
Twin turbo tbss:
Ported L92 heads
Custom spec'd turbo cam
Stock Rockers (comp trunion upgrade)
Moroso Oil pan
LS9 head gaskets
L19 head studs
DBRODS fabricated intake
QA1 coilovers on all 4 corners
14 bolt with spool
Twin MP76 turbos
Bell core Intercooler
390/45R/17 M&H Drag radials
Fastest 1/4 time: 9.01 @ 153 | 1.43 60ft
Forged iron 370
2006 Trailblazer SS Procharger
This is just a few driveby's on a closed back country road. This is the
first stage on a build I am working on. Its a AWD 2006 Trailblazer SS.
Using House of Boost's P1SC kit at 5
lbs of Boost. No Dyno yet, stock it Dyno'd 305HP/320TQ on a Mustang AWD Dyno. The only other mod's to
this turck is a LS1 fan kit from PCM4less. Otherwise its stock to include
the bottom end and transmission. At the end of the second pass you can
hear the bypass kick of as I let off.