1986 trans am with 1995 lt1 engine. cc503 cam, gmpp intake, edelbrock carb, csr electric water pump, shorty headers, no mufflers. on sale on ebay:
Carburated LT1 test run
This engine was removed from fire damaged 93 Pontiac Transam and converted
to carb by myself. Video shows first start and test run. Intake vacuum at
idle is 23 InHg, which is perfect.
LT1/LT4 Carburator Conversion 350 SBC
I was told this motor would not run on a carburetor. So I decided to prove
that thought wrong and even ran it on my Dyno to show the power it made.
This is the same motor that would be found in the Vette, only it made less
power and was fuel injected from the Factory.
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LT1 S10 carburetor V8 SWAP
Just got it back together after rebuilding the motor in the back yard of
the townhouse i was staying at the time.
95 Camaro Lt1 vs 2000 Trans Am Ls1
Mods in the begining of video. The Camaro had shifting problems in
the first two runs in the begining of video then it got tuned right and
had to rematch. Rematch starts 2 min and 50 secs in. Great runs down in
7 Things You Should Know About the RHS LS Block
The RHS LS Engine block is arguably the best LS engine block produced by an
aftermarket company. Lightweight, packed with options, and built to
withstand over 2,000 horsepower - the block is
also found in many serious street cars. During our trip to Late Model
Engines in Houston, Texas, we decided to create a video on the 7 things you
should know about an RHS block.
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305 IROC with LT1 cam
1986 Camaro IROC-Z28
with a roller block swap from an 89 RS. Modified GM 601 H.O. Heads, LT1
camshaft (b-car) , Edelbrock Performer intake, Holley carburetor, Headman
shorty headers. Car has open Exhaust
and is untuned.
My carb converted LT1 6-speed 3rd gen Camaro starting for the first time! - Part 2
Starting up my carb converted LT1 3rd gen for the first time!
-1995 LT1 from a Trans Am
-1995 LT1 T56 6-speed trans from a Camaro Z28
-Comp Cams XR270 camshaft
-Edelbrock Victor Jr Intake Manifold for SBC custom modified to fit an LT1
-Comp Cams 1.6' Pro-Mag Roller Rockers
-Comp Cams Chromeoly pushrods
-Comp Cams 977 Valve Springs w/ Titanium Retainers and 10* locks
-Taylor Wire Co. HEI Distributor
-Holley 650 Double Pumper Mechanical Secondary Carb
-Hedmen 68460 Long Tube Headers
-3" Magnaflow Catback
-Spec 3 Clutch
-4th gen rear end w/ 3.42 gears
-Holley Blue Electric Fuel Pump & Regulator
-LT1 Rad w/ matching dual electric fans
How To Water Pump Replacement LT1
An In depth video on how to replace the water pump on an LT1 or LT4 C4
Corvette... I go through each step so you can save money and do this easy
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