First Start 5.3L Powered 1955 Chevy 210 Two Door

First official start up of my 55' Chevy now that the motor is mostly complete. The engine is a 5.3L LM7, with LS1 intake manifold, modified stock truck manifolds, dual 2 1/4 Exhaust going into Thush mufflers. I didn't have a MAF sensor hooked up so when I first started it, the idle was jumping around a bit. Last clip is after I added dual tailpipes out under the rear bumper.

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How-to: Swap an LSx Ls1 4.8 5.3 6.0 into older GM cars
******** SUBSCRIBE ******** Swapping an LS based engine into you G-body using your existing transmission is a piece of cake.. To physically install the engine into the car will cost less than $60 if you are cheap enough.. I made it happen for Less. ($25 torque converter adapter- CNC made setback motor plates thanks to a friend) Heres the specs to my set-up **CADILLAC CTS-V OIL PAN** **105 amp Delphi Alternator ** ** 1 inch set back adapter to plates mater to SBC clam shells** **Hughes step bushing Torque Converter Adapter HP3795** I have now switched back to factory EFI tuned with HP tuners I HATE headers.... F-body manifolds Is what I used.. If you are CHEAP you can use the Truck manifolds but you must cut the flanges off and weld slip flanges or straight pipe to the outlets... The shape of the flange hits the frame on factory truck manifolds beeterolds@gmail.com




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