pretty things and progress on my motor.
Beat to hell 1985 Chevy S10, 2.8 V6
Cold start and then driving the 1985 Chevy S10 we have at work. 2.8 liter carbureted V6. This vehicle is still used daily to make deliveries (I work at an auto parts store). I didn't even show you the worst part, the front tires are so bad that the belts are coming through.
Un-seizing a V6 engine #4
The V6 engine I have is seized up, so I show how I get it to spin over freely. Note some of my techniques are not recommended for a useful engine. One of the most important factors is time, the longer you let diesel or penetrating oil sit in the cylinders, the better, so long as you keep any water out at the same time!
'88 Chevy S-10 2.8L V6
2.8L V6 running on a test stand Rebuilt, heads ported and polished, Intake ported to match, Blue Racer cam #WG1061, 2bbl Rochester 2 jet carb adapted to fit. Built for under $500, cost of engine included. cam specs Intake Duration 280 @.050 214 Lift .443 Lobe center 107 Exhaust Duration 290 @.050 224 Lift .465 Lobe center 117 Compare this one to the old engine here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=il1knbQCf38