95 Chevy K2500 True Dual Cherry Bomb Glasspacks-NO Cats
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Chris's truck that i video taped before. But this is a update.
Has 16.5 inch rims we think are 31 inch tires.
Has new tool box, lights, whips.
Custom welded on side steps.
And Most Important new Exhaust Set up-
True Duals welded from headers to two cherrybomb glasspacks out the back as
Built Chevy 350, Comp 280H Cam, 3 Inch Flowmaster Super 44 Dual Exhaust
Revving up my truck. It has Hedman elite chrome ceramic coated headers with
primaries and a custom 3 inch Flowmaster dual Exhaust system with super 44 series
mufflers and pipes dumped before the axles. Here's everything else I've
done to it:
350 CI, around 400 horsepower
1977 4 Bolt Main .010 high nickel block
ProComp aluminum heads, 190cc intake runners, 2.02/1.64 valves
.650" lift dual springs, and 64cc chambers (9.8:1 compression)
Comp Magnum 280H cam (.512" lift, 280 degrees total duration, 230 @ .050"
Edelbrock 750cfm carb, tuned
Edelbrock performer RPM air gap intake manifold
1.6:1 ratio full-roller aluminum rocker arms
8" chromoly pushrods
Moroso 7qt. Oil pan and matching high volume oil pump
80 GPH mechanical fuel pump
MSD Streetfire HEI distributor, tuned
10" B&M 2,500 stall converter
B&M stage 2 shift kit
B&M Pro ratchet shifter, Hurst pistol grip
B&M deep fluid pan
12" x 14" transmission cooler
GM 8.5" 10-bolt
3.73:1 Richmond gears
Richmond locking differential
Raptor ZR tires
Lakewood traction bars
Custom leaf spring mounts
Flowmaster Super 40 vs Super 44?
This is my Silverado. I am debating installing the Super 40's or the Super
44's. What do you think?
The engine is a 86-95 350ci block, four bolt mains, roller cam. Bored .040"
ZZ4 rotating assembly, Speed Pro H345NCP-40 pistons
10.7:1 static compression, .032" Quench/Squish height.
Patriot 'Vortec' 185cc heads, 2.02"/1.6" valves, Beehive springs.
Comp XR276HR-10 cam, 1.52 rockers.
Air-Gap dual plane, 1" four hole tapered spacer, Mighty Demon 750cfm
MSD ignition, Summit dist dialed in for 36 degrees @ 3000rpm. 18 degrees
initial. +12 vacuum advance on manifold vacuum.
Chevy 350 Flowmaster super 44
dual 2 1/2" flowmaster super 44 mufflers. carburated 350 chevy small block
out of 68 Camaro , mid
length headers into 2 1/2 " strait pipe ,flowmaster super 44 dumped with 2
1/2 45* tail pipes before the axle
sound of Flowmaster 10 single chamber on small block chevy
Got a new muffler. Here's the different sounds for your reference in case
you're thinking about an Exhaust
'85 GMC C10, 305, quadrajet, THM350 transmission. No catalytic converter.
Here's the three different sounds. First one is the old muffler with dumps.
Second one is straight pipes after I cut the old muffler off. Third one is
the new Flowmaster 10 single chamber with dumps.
1997 Chevy C1500 True Dual Dynomax Super Turbo Mufflers
1997 Silverado with 5.7L Vortec CSFI. All stock internals. K&N Filter.
Flowtech Shorty headers, stock head pipes, magnaflow cats, true dual 2.5"
cat-back, no h-pipe/x-pipe, Dynomax Super turbo mufflers, dumped at the corners (as you can
see). Pretty quiet at idle and not very loud with revs but nice rumble.
Its a nice cool 97 degrees out and 63% humidity on this lovely late spring
day in southeast Texas. Not that hot? Not really but its only 10am.
Hope yall like the vid. This was shot with a digital camera, so its not HD
or anything. I didn't want to be like those guys that are like "I'm gonna
stick my cell phone right next to the tip so its crappy quality AND you
can't hear a damn thing, so its really gonna suck but I'm gonna post it on
Youtube anyway, durrr!"