Some simple tips and tricks to working on the Corvette L98
It's an 80's transition car. They had some crazy ideas and maybe some lazy tendencies in the automotive world back then. Here are a couple small things you can do to improve the ease of working on the Corvette L98 engine and just maybe...add a little performance and reliability.
How to Select & Install Fuel Injectors (Bosch III - 24lbs) for a Corvette C4
In this video I discuss fuel injector options when replacing the stock Multitec injectors the Corvette C4 came with. There are three potential options to replacing the injectors. New, refurbish/rebuild old, rebuilt new. The Fuel Injector Connection ( http://www.fuelinjectorconnection.com ) was the most cost effective solution in my case and ordered rebuilt Bosch III's as they were reasonably priced, an upgrade from the originals and warrantied. Since I selected the Bosch III's, I show you the proper way to install them and the things to consider when installing. For more videos like this visit my channel or website at http://www.gasgearsgarage.com
How to dissasemble chevy L98 350 TPI engine
The TPI system chevy came out with was pretty sweet and awesome until you put a crazy cam in one and then the computer was like WTF. So for anyone wanting to make some absurd power (like me) has to take the TPI system off and drop a good old carb on it. Turns out, that isn't the most straight forward thing in the world, so I decided I'd make a quick vid on how to correctly remove it without messing anything up.
TPI Porting Secrets. Runners. High Flow Fuel Injection. Ported L98.
This video shows a simple porting procedure done to stock TPI runners that will allow for a smoother transition of airflow from the plenum to the runners and into the base manifold. Tools used are: Carbide open flute non ferrous bit, for use with aluminum. 2" long x 1/2" diameter 80 grit cartridge rolls on a short 2-3" mandrel. High speed die grinder and air supply.