English Racing's 2012 Year : In Review
Here's a review of our 2012 year. First & Foremost, Thank You to our
Sponsors, Customers & Friends. Without you we would not be where we are
today. Here's to bigger and better things in the near future!
Thank You all again.
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547hp 69' Firebird - English Racing
Sorry for the bad audio quality on the Dyno Pull. Had a little
malfunction with the camera Mic.
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STOCK 5.3L - LQ4
Ls6 Camshaft - GM Performance Valve Springs
Self Built Single turbo Kit - 10 psi -
(Borg Warner S475 T-6 132AR)
ETS Front Mount Intercooler
72 Chevy C/30 4x4 Cummins Conversion
This is my 1972 Chevy truck that I am converting to a 4x4 and installing a
Cummins in. It is also getting a NV4500, NP205 and a Dana 60 front, with a
14 bolt rear.
24 valve p-pump Chevy crew cab short bed
89 Chevy crew cab cummins conversion, 2000 24 valve p-pump,150 injectors
with lowered pop,studded,4k gov. kit,cult cam,215 pump and #5 plate ,181 d
valves, fat shaft turbo, bd manifold,4"
down pipe with 5" mid and dual 4" tails, billet tripple converter, suncoast
stand aloan, index kit for t-case,dana 60 front with 70 rear 4:10 gears,
Also a 80shot of nos!! And did i say thats is fun to drive!! All parts
bought from Performance Authority in Bend, OR
S10 Cummins 4bt walkaround
My 99 S10 ZR2 Cummins conversion. Its a 4bt 3.9l backed by a 4l60E
transmission with a standalone controller. stock gauges work. I just need a
SAS. 8.5" chevy rear end with 3.73 gears. I love it its a lil noisy but I
cant keep my foot off the pedal.I get around 22-24mpgs non highway driving.
1971 Dodge Custom 100 Pick Up 4BT Cummins Turbo Diesel
From the first time I stepped foot into one of these old Dodge trucks I was
sold, and haven't desired to own anything else. I found this truck a few
years back "grazing" in a back yard. Someone had put in a junkyard sourced
318 and couldn't get it running. To make a long story short, I did get it
running, later swapped in a built 360, and then couldn't keep gas in the
tank, so the truck sat. I got this idea from a friend, I had intentions of
putting in a 5.9 Cummins, but without doing some cutting I just really did
not want to do, I decided that was not an option. I sourced the 4BT from a
fellow about 150 miles south of me. My transmission, drive shaft, adapter
plate, stater, and engine alternator, belt tensioner, A/C compressor,
vacuum pump, were sourced from a wrecked 93 Ram 250, that had the 5.9
Cummins. I had to do some custom fabricating on motor mounts (both sides),
I had to move the cross member back 2" to get everything where I wanted it.
This truck originally being a V8 with an Automatic it has 3.23 geared 8-3/4
rear end, coupled to the engine I am now running the Getrag 360. Future
plans are for a higher gear ratio for the rear end, something along the
lines of 2.94, with the gearing, size tires, and gearing of the
transmission, though not a granny geared transmission I take off in 2nd
gear, and shift into over drive around 45 MPH. It's not a drag truck, I
have left all fuel settings on the engine stock. I wanted milage, and
milage I got. Even as the truck sits I get 28 mpg average every day
driving, back and fourth to work, errands, etc. I drive this truck every
day, I completed this conversion just over a year ago, and to date the only
repair I've had to make was to the starter. That kinda sums it up, here you
have it, a 1971 Dodge Pick up, w/ cold A/C, power brakes, and gets 28 mpg
on a diesel re power. Hope you enjoy!!!!
1971 Cummins powered c10
This is a walk around video of my c10 powered by a 1995 Cummins 5.9l. It
has a 190 HP p7100 injection pump. A 100 fuel plate. 18* of timing. 4k gsk.
60lb valve springs. Hx35/hx40 hybrid turbo.