Supercars,Kit Cars and the SL-C [S6 Ep. 3-2]
Today on GEARZ, Stacey jumps into a project that's bound to get everybody talking...a SUPERCAR that will run with the Ferraris and Lamborghinis that are out there. But, before he can show you HOW to build one, he has to show you how the whole supercar thing came into existence, and what it takes to build something that will run over 200mph...safely! If you've ever dreamed of owning a super car, and thought you couldn't afford it...... this is a show you can't afford to miss!
Twin Turbo - SL-C LS7 [S6 Ep.11-4]
Everybody knows that you can get almost anything you want on a new car or truck these days. The problem is, if you use your truck for work, "almost" just doesn't get it. Today on GEARZ, Stacey takes a decked out new truck, and adds some key tools and equipment to make it something that you can literally take to work or play with. After that, we dig into the mysterious world of leather interiors, and show how it is possible for you to buy a top quality leather upholstery kit, and install it yourself. Finally, we roll in the SL-C and show what it takes to put twin turbos on an LS7. It's gonna be crazy, and it's only gonna be on GEARZ!
The Cheetah Gets Her Growl [Season 9 Ep10 PREVIEW]
Premiere: Friday, June 19, 2015 Full Schedule here: www.staceydavid.com/schedule Stacey digs back into the Cheetah project by finishing up the stance with custom wheels and tires, and then goes through the in’s and out’s of putting a classic Hilborn fuel injection on a modern LS engine….and the Dyno numbers show that the engine likes it as much as you will! After that Stacey sits down with a budding car designer that is making a big impact everywhere he goes and there’s also a tip on the importance of seals and gaskets. It’s all about getting out and turning wrenches, and you’re only gonna find it on GEARZ!
Quick Tip: Keep Your Car From Getting Stolen
Stacey walks you through several ways to foil those who are looking to steal your ride. They range from simple free ways to some that are a little more in depth. Either way, they work great to stop people from making off with your car.