283ci Chevrolet small block rebuild
this 283 had a complete overhaul.
i replaced the camshaft with a summit cam .204in .214 ex duration .420 in
The Edelbrock intake i bought off of eBay.
all new valve train, the carburetor is so nice ran terrific. i like the
trick summit dual feed fuel line with the gauge . you can tell when the
fuel filter is getting bad with this thing on there. the heads are original
1965 power pack's this was a matching #'s engine
the pistons are .040 over speed pro forged flattops,with stock rods, stock
crankshaft. installed the the points style distributor is a pertronix
ignitor, with a flame thrower 35,000 volt coil. Behind the double roller
timing chain is a thrust bearing to help the cam rev smoother. all new
bearings throughout. clevette 77 oil pump
i sold it a year later for 1,500. the guy i sold it to says it still does
not leak a drop of oil even after 4-5 years.
Supercharged 283 chevy
283 supercharged sbc .030 over, 12% overdriven, Rhs heads, Lunati solid
flat tappet 632 lift, balanced, forged, two 600 holleys. Engine has to be
partly taken apart later to be painted and finish polishing, just wanted to
hear it, while I am getting my 57 chevy ready. I also have a 458 c.i. set
up like this small block but gas will be a little cheaper besides this
little fast reving sbc sounds really kool, I think I am going to like it.
Engine built by G&M Automtive, Thanks Mikey.
How to build HORSEPOWER - Ford 461ci Windsor V8 by Dandy Engines
Engine specialists Dandy Engines building a small block Windsor 461ci
stroker for Pat Staplton. Follow the engine assembly as the guys aim to
make more than 820hp naturally aspirated on regular pump unleaded. Pat
plans on putting this brute of an engine into a Ford Falcon XD/XF Ute. [
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Jahzzar - Breaking Bad
Blown FLATHEAD! RADICAL CAM! CHROME THUNDER 1932 Ford Roadster!
McCulloch Supercharged 41 Ford Flathead V-8!!!!! This is a flathead- the
Ardun valve covers are actually simply covers that we had cast. And the
video is by amateurs.
CHROME THUNDER, an early production 1932 Ford DeLuxe Roadster, was bought
by my uncle, a WW-II Navy pilot, in 1946. It became one of the legendary
hot rods that burned up the streets of Memphis during the 1940's to mid
50's. Street racing was king then, and uncle Walter raced this car on Main
Street in downtown Memphis as well as the former B-17 bomber base at Halls,
TN where drag racing east of the Miss. began in 1946. A practical joker,
Walter frequently fueled the car with skywriting gas and drove through
downtown Memphis-smokin' out the streets in retaliation for local coppers
ruthless harassment hot rodders. Parked in 1962, the car sat for over 40
years. We rolled the car out of its resting place in 2003 and the car took
to the streets again in 2005. The Supercharger oil seal failed 3 yrs ago, and we
decided to install an experimental cam based on the old KR Wilson Harley
Davidson cams. It was ground in the 1960's for veteran Bonneville World
Record holder Paul Kosma. This cam is one of the MOST radical flathead cams
to date. The light spot on the right door is where the clear paint has
peeled back. WE buffed the body and applied clear which has become quite
dull over the last few yrs. This winter, the original steel body, which
features lead work done by my dad Captain Jack II in 1959, will be
re-buffed and cleared again.
It's not a restoration and never intended to be. It's just an old hot rod-
slightly ruff around the edges and unrestored, but running with the
original gas tank, radiator, and nearly 70 year old Firestone white wall
The dash insert is from a 1931 Pierce Arrow- turned upside down. The car
features an original pressed front axle- done in 1948. Individual Exhaust stacks and a hot vintage cam bark a
sound resembling the radial engines which powered the aircraft my uncle
flew- the F6F Hellcat and F4U Corsair.
All of my family who rode in this car back in the day have passed on. This
living breathing piece of American culture history soldiers on....
Andy Granatelli visits the Museum of American Speed
Legendary racing entrepreneur Andy Granatelli and his family stopped by the
Smith Collection Museum to visit with "Speedy" Bill. Granatelli is most
famous for being the spokesman for STP oil and gasoline treatment products.
He also owned several famous Indy cars including the Novi and
tubine-powered cars. Granatelli scored an Indy 500 win with driver Mario
Andretti in 1969. Granatelli fielded cars at Indy until 1991. He's a member
of the International Motorsports Hall of Fame and the Motorsports Hall of
Fame of America.
Chris-Craft 283 HO - First startup
We've just completed rebuilding a 1962 Chris-Craft 283 and Paragon
hydraulic transmission for Bruce Dow's Glen-L Monaco. It's a vintage 1962
flywheel-forward, reverse rotation solid lifter Chevy 283. It's rated at
185 BHP at 4000 RPM, 261 ft. lbs. at 3000 RPM.
Paul Kane, Chelsea, QC, Canada
Building the Glen-L Hot Rod : http://www.kanecustomboats.com
Videographer : Mr Hot Rod
Chevy V8 283
This is our Chevy K20 1961 with his engine Chevy V8 283
The first engine start.
The Ultimate Small Block Stroker Engine Build -- Part 1
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