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!
Jeep SRT-8 vs Trailblazer SS
I can't believe you guys are still arguing over this video, the Jeep in the
video is MY JEEP when it was bone stock vs. Shawn AKA Saladbar off the
TBSSOWNERS site. He had cam, heads, headers, Stall, Tune, Intake, and no
interior with drag radials at the time. PLEASE OUT OF RESPECT FOR SHAWN WHO
PASSED AWAY NOT TOO LONG AFTER THIS VIDEO AND WAS A FRIEND OF MINE quit the
arguing, Shawn was not about this we got along great and I still do with
other TBSS owners. I run 12.23 now on tune only.
Jeep SRT8 waxes TBSS at the track
One of the first runs of the night against a TBSS. 12's came as the temps
dropped later in the night.
SRT Mods: Bwoody 4" Intake, Corsa Exhaust
TBSS Mods: IEatSRT Intake, 180º Thermostat, Exhaust, ECM Tune.
Chevy Trailblazer spark plug replacement 4.2 I6
A how-to video for replacing the spark plugs in a Chevy 4.2 I6 engine.
Always use AC Delco 41-103s in this engine.
NOTE: The AC Delco 41-103s are pregapped from the factory. That's why they
have the plastic sleeve things in the box, so the gap won't change during
shipping and handling. For what it's worth, I have replaced hundreds of the
delco iridium plugs and haven't gapped a single one. If for peace of mind
or whatever you do decide to gap them, do not use the "silver dollar" gap
tool (or equivalent).
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Edit 7/2014 - Sorry looks like I have to close comments on this one too.
You guys do know that your commenting history is publicly visible, right? I
can see you're fanboys of some other channels and I don't give two fucks
what you or they think or do. Don't come here trying to promote your shitty
videos or give peeps bad advice. For you turds with no content of your own,
grab a camera and make some content and then your opinions might be worth a
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.