Review: FAST's LSX Manifolds - How to Choose The Right Intake
An inside look at choosing the correct FAST's high-performance intake
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5.3 LS 327 dyno test
This is an Episode of the Car Junkie TV show "Suck Squeeze Bang Blow" which
I edited when I worked for the company. It is a Dyno test of the LS 327 GM crate
5.3 With Z06 cam
This is the first start of the 5.3 going into a 78 trans am. extreme!!
5.3 Squirter Cam'd Running on Engine Stand with LOPE 7-24-13 - LS1 LSx TFS 30602003 cam
Started today by swapping the cam in the Squirter. I noticed that the old
cam was nasty with rust pits. I was worried that the lifters were probably
pitted as well. I asked everyone if I should just run the new cam and risk
damaging it or just run an inexpensive stock LS2 cam. I was just about to
go with running the LS2 cam when my buddy Brad showed up.
I told him of the decision I was trying to make on the cam and he says lets
check the lifters. I told him that I was not pulling and reinstalling the
heads. He pops back with "I will". So after that we rode on his motivation.
He pulled the heads, lifters had pits and we through in a good used set.
We reused the MLS head gasket. On the "eBay" heads, we noticed about four
of the nuts didnt want to come off of the stud. So I recommend that ya'll
might not want to torque them to the ARP recommended 80ft lb. Or it could
have been my poor choice of thread sealer/lube. So when we torqued them
back down we only went to 70ft lb.
I spilled oil everywhere lubing the studs and etc. We were curious to see
if the reused head gaskets were ok and the head studs, so we put the intake
and all back on so that we could start it up. Also, of course we wanted to
hear that cam lope. ;)
For more on the "Squirter" project see the Squirter video playlist on my
Channel by clicking on my name under the vidoe. " AGearHead4Life "
New installed cam is a Trick Flow cam TFS-30602003. Specs are; Dur:
228/230, Lift: 585/585, 112lsa
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-5.3 LS based Engine, High Mileage and Rust Pitted Cylinders buring oil on
-Oil Pump .080" Shimm, about 10psi bump.
-862 Heads, Milled .045", Rocker Stud Lump Removed
-Trick Flow Cam 228/230 585/585 112lsa
-Dual Vavle Springs
-Hardened Push Rods
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First Start 5.3L Powered 1955 Chevy 210 Two Door
First official start up of my 55' Chevy now that the motor is mostly
complete. The engine is a 5.3L LM7, with LS1 intake manifold, modified
stock truck manifolds, dual 2 1/4 Exhaust going into Thush mufflers. I didn't have
a MAF sensor hooked up so when I first started it, the idle was jumping
around a bit. Last clip is after I added dual tailpipes out under the rear
LSx Truck Intake Shave - Plastic Welding - 5.3 6.0 LS1 LSx
In this video you'll see a LS truck intake being shaved using the process
of plastic welding to close the holes. Also, all of the vacuum ports and
sensors are relocated to the rear of the intake.
To see this intake running in the truck check out this link:
First start up of the engine with this intake here:
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2002 GMC Sierra Intake Manifold Gasket and Knock Sensor Replacement - HOW TO / TUTORIAL
Replacing the intake manifold gasket on a 2002 GMC sierra v8.
Also replace the corroded knock sensors and seal with RTV.
Disclaimer: The camera used for the first half of the video turned out to
be pretty crappy..please skip to ~20 minute mark for better quality video
during the re-assembly. If steps are unclear/blurry during the disassembly
phase, reference the corresponding re-assembly step, as it has much clearer
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2007 Tahoe 5.3L Engine Part 1 - EricTheCarGuy
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The first installment of the Tahoe engine video, you might remember this
one from the leak down video. In part 2 I want to cover the highlights of
the swap and I would like the final video to cover the removal of the bad
piston to have a look at what happened to the original engine.
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Chevy 5.3lit Intake R&R HD
This video shows the removal of the intake manifold. I then show cleaning
and preparation and torque installation. Thanks for watching and please
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