LT1 true duals dumped
My 95 Z28 with custom true dual Exhaust. It consist of summit x-pipe, and
flowmaster delta force 40 series race mufflers dumped before the axle with
turndowns. The case of the mufflers are 8x8.5x3" they tuck up pretty
decent. Also has jet hot longtube headers and gm846 cam, etc.
Just threw a couple vids I had together. My first crappy attempt at video
editing so I apologize in advance. Mods are stock bottom end LT1 with LE2
heads, custom 224/230 cam, stock ported intake, factory ram air, typical
bolt-ons, Exhaust includes LT's into a
custom 2.5" x-pipe with Dynomax bullet mufflers dumped
before the axle. Car is an auto with Yank 4000 stall and still has the
stock 10-bolt rear (fingers crossed). Best pass to date has been an 11.47
at 119mph with a 1.5 60' with a DA of +500. I have made a couple small
changes and hope for a low 11 sec. pass this winter!
2000 HP Supercar Attacks Malibu! Nelson Racing Engines. NRE.
This car is a rocket ship! Tom Nelson pilots this rocket through Malibu
and surrounding areas. Three action sequences. Tom tells us about this
Nelson Super Car # 004. The engine is a work of art. We hope you enjoy
this movie. Let us know if you do. We will do more. For more information
or to download your own copy of this video, go to
http://nelsonracingengines.com and http://nelsonsupercars.com as well as
nretv.com. Also go to http://VeritasMovieStudio.com for marketing help.
How to completely drain GM LT1 engine coolant
Due to it's unique reverse-flow cooling system, some people can be
intimidated when it comes to proper cooling system maintenance on GM 5.7L
LT1 and 4.3L L99 engines.
In this video I show how to completely drain the engine block of coolant
on these engines. Merely draining the radiator leaves 60% of the old
coolant in the block, and also does not facilitate being able to run fresh
water through the cooling passages to remove sediment and rust.
Follow along as we do the process on our subject vehicle, a 1994 Chevrolet
Caprice with 259,000 miles.Enjoy!
93 Trans Am 383 Idle
'93 Trans Am
Forged 383 LT1
Advanced Induction ported heads with custom grind cam
Texas Speed and Performance Rumbler Exhaust with Sweet Thunder mufflers
Tuned by Alvin Anderson of PCM for Less
Engine Built By Beal Racing Engines
Thanks to Johnathan at Tick Performance for helping to work all the bugs
Big thanks to Michael East for your brute force and ignorance.
355 LT1 with GM 847 cam
355 LT1 - Speed Pro forged pistons, Eagle 5.7" rods, stock crank - ARP
Stock heads, milled .010", FelPro head gaskets (.039" compressed)
GM 847 cam, Comp 26918 beehive springs, Pro Magnum 1.6 rockers on 7/16" ARP
Custom dual 2.5" Exhaust, X-pipe, over
the axle - 2x Sweet Thunder 18" chambered mufflers