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Freddy's Performance @ Pista las Palmeras
Freddy Racing @ Chevy Vega 67 in Pista las Palmeras Calando con motor nuevo. Sin trans-brake, medio churro... y chuky chuky la mamuky... (pontiac cimetrico 550 CI).Pista las Palmeras





Chevy Vega prueba 3 Expo
Chevy Vega prueba 3 Expo TMR competicion





BHP VEGA BUILD UP final montage new
BHP Motors 74 Vega drag car build-up Started in March 2006 and got to the track in October 2008





72 vega gt blown 406
my 72 vega gt prostreet first run at the track with a new 406 2 pounds of Boost 2spd power glide 12bolt rear





Turbo 13b Rotary Chevy Vega Test n' Tune
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1972 vega small block 434 race car
montgomery motorsports park 2-26-11





1977 Chevy Vega
In memory of our racing car, The 77 CHEVY VEGA





Looking at my Chevy 383 Ported "Revised" Pro Comp Aluminum Heads rat rod sbc
I was asked what I do to port a set of Revised Pro Comp heads. There are so many things to touch upon but I'll just mention what I did on these to be quick. A little about me,,I've been building engines for 30 years now. I've been porting heads about 20 years. I try to keep up with whats going on and I continually study online. I buy new books and engine building software(Desk-top Dyno/Dragstrip,etc). I'm impressed with the software results. Anyway,,When I saw these heads online I wanted to see just how they stacked up to Darts,Brodix,Edelbrock,etc. I had also read where people were bashing them. Some said they were cheaply made castings, others bashed 'em because they're made overseas. Then later they re-emerged as "New & Improved". I have a friend that sells them online and he built up a 383 and we ported a set and they did very well,,especially for the {lack of) money. When I first looked at 'em I didn't like the areas in the ports that are under the valve seats. I point out the areas at the start of the vid. There are small areas under the valve seats that are noticably machined away. It's nothing to be concerned with as none have ever failed that I know of. There are great photos online that show these heads aggressively CNC Ported,they're so huge that the Intake Ports run into Int bolt hole bosses(I can email you the pics if you need them). Thats too big as they'll have to run sleeves in the mounting holes. Something that I recommend too is to look at the ports online of the major manufactuers of racing heads,,or if available look at ones being built at a local machine shop. When I port a set of heads I make a thickness gauge out of coat hangers. When finished it looks like an "X". It accurately reflects how thick the metal is while porting so that you don't go too far and it helps to get ports consistent ( I'll add that 'how too' later). One unusual thing that I do is lap the valves to the seats with an electric drill motor. It's reversible and takes just a second for each valve and seat to show the correct "grey ring". It takes about 3 minutes to do each head. The results are outstanding with the seats showing concentricity. Most local machine shops just cut the valves, then the seats,,then assemble them. If you do the solvent test they usually leak,,sometimes badly. Thats cylinder leak down,,less power,smoking,blow by,etc. So you get what you pay for. What I mean is that I ALWAYS disassemble the stuff at home and inspect the work. When I find a problem I take it back to the machine shop.Most machine shops don't like a guy who knows how to inspect the work. A good machine shop is really hard to find not just the work but the people there. I know of a few local machine shops in central Arkansas that will do bad work for one customer and great work for another intentially.A lot of times they're racing rivals. Remember, when you get crappy work and run it ~ it'll run crappy or not work,,or last very long. So when you take the stuff apart at home you can see who your friends are. I think it's important to spend your money where the quality of the work is at the forefront of the business.Thats why I drive to a good place with modern machines and trained people. You can have an intelligent conversation and get what you ask and pay for. One more thing,,Try my drill method for lapping the valves,,it works really smoothly.Second thing,,the old notion of polishing the ports has been proven wrong scientifically,especially on the Intakes. They need a slight texture,,look up why.Too much to go into here. Theres even guys who epoxy pebbles or marbles on the bottoms of their racing boats to ride more on air,,reducing friction. On the motor,, I'll start the engine in the next few days and then later toss it into an 86 S-10. It'll have an old school turbo 350 with shift kit and an old Vega Stall Convertor. I can port a set of these heads in a day and a half for about $300.oo The Iron stock type heads are harder and take more time and cost a little more. I've ported about 30 sets now and got to run half of them and got to see how they do. Porting works! and makes quite a difference. Thanks for looking.





Pro Street Vega
Small Block+E-85+Nitrous





Hudsonville Hot Rods HD
Please join Hudsonville Hot Rods July 31st, 2010 for the 1st Annual Hudsonville Classic Car Show benefiting Pediatric Oncology Resource Team at Helen Devos Children's Hospital. Great cars, live music, food, games... July 31st, 2010 Hudsonville Fairgrounds 5235 Park Avenue Hudsonville, MI 49426





low 9 sec Vega (street Legal)
The car has gone 9.03 @152 but i dont have video of it (but i do have the timeslip). its registered, inspected thru the mufflers on D.O.T tires. its a SMALL BLOCK CHEVY with a 200hp shot of N.O.S. (it goes 9.70s on motor) all steel but the 'glass hood (yes that Is a newspaper box for a hood scoop (it was free & it works) the video was recorded @ Beaversprings Dragway in Pa. the only reason i dont have a license plate on it (in the video) is because thats where the 'chute mounts. (& yes i cruise ALL the time)





1972 Chevrolet Vega - Hot Rod for Sale
1972 Chevrolet Vega (hatchback) Hot Rod ENGINE: 8 Cylinder - TRANSMISSION: Automatic - TITLE: Clear WARRANTY: None - CONDITION: Excellent - MILES: 400 EXTERIOR COLOR: Cortez Silver - INTERIOR COLOR: Black This is an excellent example of a well built, streetable Chevrolet Vega (Hot Rod). It has show quality good looks and it's streetable, reliable and very fast. I'm selling it because I'm getting something else and don't have the space for both. Details are as follows: Brand new professionally built 10:1 SBC 427 stroker-roller motor (400 miles on it), Milodon oil pan, Dart SHP block, Eagle crank and rods, Probe pistons, ported and polished Edelbrock Performer RPM heads and Edelbrock Performer RPM Air Gap intake, Comp Magnum cam, Holley 750 Street HP DP carb, K&N X-treme air cleaner system, Hooker Super Competition headers (ceramic-coated), all MSD ignition, custom Matson's aluminum radiator with fan and trans cooler, Continental 10" 3000 stall converter, Custom built manual reverse valve body TH400 with a trans. brake mated to a Hurst Pro Stick shifter, aluminum drive shaft, 12 bolt rear end with Summers axles, Richmond 3.73's and an Eaton posi, S-10 spindles & brakes, line locks, exquisitely done 3" Exhaust to the Flowmasters and 2.5" pipes over the axle that dump out behind the MT ET Street Radials on Centerline wheels, 6-point padded roll cage, beautiful aluminum dash with all Auto Meter Sport Comp gauges including a Monster tach with shift light, push button start, all new Painless wiring, new Corbeau racing seats and harnesses. Car has many NOS parts like parking lenses, tail lenses, bumpers, glass, moldings and much more. New Additions as of 09/2013: New Wilwood Forged Dynalite Pro Series 15" front and rear brakes, new Billet Specialties "STREET LITE" front and rear wheels, new Kumho front tires, new Mickey Thompson E.T. Street Radials, new Motive Gear 3.08:1 rear end gears, QA1 adjustable rear coil overs, Moroso battery switch (mounted behind license plate), and Moroso battery jumper terminals (underneath the car). Dyno: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTGZrWaxw88 ***Correction on stats: 427ci SBC engine & 457hp and 549ft/lbs torque at rear wheels! Also see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8_K6Y7s5vw





1974 Vega Drag Car
A 1974 Vega Drag Car that I shot at the Knoxville Drag Strip on 4/6/12...this is a very nice race car...ck it out!!!





Bored at Work - Chevy Vega Wheelie!
This is what happens when you take a bunch of horsepower junkies on a saturday who gets bored at work. Blown Alcohol Chevy Vega!





1972 Vega Pro Street
A 1972 Pro Street Vega I shot while at the Shades Of The Past Rod Run 2013.....This car has been in the family since almost new...Driven by the current owners Dad back and forth to work for sixteen year....A cool Car...With a cool history...check it out!!!...Make sure you follow me so that you don't miss any of the other awesome cars I shot at this show!! My apparel provided by: http://www.etmotorgear.com/ Check them out!!!





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