1972 Dodge Van @ Mopar Nationals Woodburn Oregon, 2008, Runs Low 12's
Running my 72 dodge van at the Mopar Nationals race at Woodburn Dragstrip
in Woodburn, OR during July of 2008. Finally got the Nitrous working pretty well with the carb. On the
chassis Dyno's the
highest numbers were 443. NA she was putting down 330-340 whp, so only
picking up 100hp at the wheels even though the Nitrous kit (NOS Super PowerShot) is set for
175hp. So maybe she was slipping on the rollers? Anyway, backed this up
with a 12.26 this spring (May, 2009) so she's consistent at least. Also
ran her on only the motor and she went 13.70 @ 99.88 mph. Not too shabby.
Thanks and enjoy the video!
2014 Ram ProMaster Hi-Top Conversion Van By Sherry Vans Walkthrough | 26910T
Justin Smith of Paul Sherry Conversion Vans walks you through the
industry's first Ram ProMaster Conversion Van!
The Sherry Van is revolutionary with its front wheel drive, low floor,
factory "Hi-Top" raised roof, 20+ MPG fuel economy, and much more!
Paul Sherry Conversion Vans has a knowledgeable sales staff that are eager
to answer your questions and get you into the right van!
For additional information, pictures, or a personalized walk-around video,
just give Justin Smith a call at (800) 678-4188 Ext.1123 or visit:
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Stock Number: 26910T
Conversion: Sherry Vans
Chassis: Ram ProMaster 1500 High Roof 136″ Wheelbase
Engine: 3.6L V6, 280 horsepower, 6-Speed
Automatic Transmission, Front Wheel Drive
Exterior: Flame Red Paint, Custom Painted Stripe, Painted Ground Effects,
Full Length Running Boards w/ Non-Slip Step, Clear Cab Roof Lights, Deep
Interior: Ivory Color Decor, Premium Perforated Leather Seating For 7
Passengers, Custom Pleated Privacy Day/Night Window Shades, Dynamat Sound
Deadening, Gloss Black Trim, LED Lighting
Climate Control: Front and Rear A/C & Heat
Center Console: None
Front Seating: Premium Perforated Leather Captain Chairs with Self-Leveling
Front Entertainment: Premium Jensen VX7020 6.2″ Touchscreen Navigation
Receiver, AM/FM Stereo With CD/DVD Player, Premium Pioneer Speakers,
Pandora Radio, Bluetooth Calling/Streaming, USB Stereo Input, USB Charging
Port, D.I.C. Driver Information Center
Mid Seating: Premium Perforated Leather Captain Chairs With Power Recline,
Swivel Bases, Slide Tracks, Self-Leveling Armrests, Twin Consoles
Rear Seating: Power Reclining Premium 2-Section Perforated Leather Sofa,
Rear Entertainment: 32″ Vizio HDTV, Blu-ray/DVD Player, Wireless
Headphones w/ Storage Cases, 120V Game Power Supply, HDMI Input, LED
Indirect Accent and Mood Lighting, LED Reading Lights
Wheels: 18″ Premium American Racing Chrome Wheels
Towing Package: None
chevrolet astro camper van
chevrolet astro camper part 2
Boyd astro van converted to a 2/3 birth camper van.
laods of money and time spent on this one off van.
How To Clean The EGR Valve On A GMC Safari Vortec V6 Engine
Here is how to clean the EGR (Exhaust
gas recirculation) valve on a GMC Safari Vortec V6 engine. If your engine
started running really rough all of a sudden, your EGR valve may be stuck
open. It's easy to remove and clean up. It is a good idea to install an
EGR valve gasket with a filter in it to prevent future carbon buildup.
Here is a link to a video I made showing the gasket:
How To Replace ICM (Ignition Control Module) on GMC Safari & Astro Van
Here is how to replace the ICM - ignition control module on a GMC Safar or
Chevrolet Astro van. The ICM can wear out over time and cause misfires.
Sometimes the ICM is fine, but it overheats because there is not enough
grease under it to help it dissipate the extra heat. This video shows you
how to replace the ICM ignition control module on your GMC Safari or Astro
van. It's an easy job to do. The new ICM costs around $50.
Magic Bus- A cargo van conversion.wmv
The process of taking a stock Ford Econoline E250 and converting it to a
camper van. Installing Solar Panels, Controller, Batteries, Water
tank/Pump, Sink, Shower, Bed, Storage Compartments, Lights, Paneling, etc.