Turbo LS Powered Ford Maverick on the Street
GoPro video footage on board a turbocharged Ford Maverick. The car is a home-built street machine that features a GM 5.3 Vortec power plant. It's a junkyard engine with a cam swap, and it has been converted from fuel injection to blow through carburetor. The turbo is a 76mm On3 Performance turbo with home built piping and no Intercooler. It uses a water methanol injection system to cool the intake charge, enabling Boost levels as high as 25psi. The Maverick is a killer street car, and its definitely one of the only turbo LS powered Mavericks out there!
1972 Ford Maverick idle, walk-around, and rev
This is my brother's latest project while his truck (which you can see in my other videos) is temporarily out of commission. It's a '72 Maverick with a recently rebuilt 351 windsor and a T5 tranny out of a fox body Mustang. It's the motor that used to be in his truck before he put the 427 clevor in it. There's all sorts of other little things that have been done to it too, so just ask if you want to know anything specific.
1947 ford COE cab over engine first day home
This is one of my next little projects. I drove it off of the trailer after siting about 30 years. Just took a little work. I Plan On putting an original ford flatbed back on.
2010 Outback Challenge
2010 Outback Challenge.
'The 2010 Outback Challenge - 18 stages over 7 tough days - The river bed at Stephens Creek, the sand at Denien, mud at Viewmont and rocks of Poolamacca.
The Outback Challenge is the fearsome test of survival for teams and their rigs.'
The Outback Challenge is held over a week of tough competition, around the gateway to the outback, Broken Hill in New South Wales, Australia.
Competitive stages are held over giant sand dunes, rock strewn gorges, thick and gluey mud, deep river crossings and in choking dust. Endurance, navigation and winching skills are also put to the test. Teams have to demonstrate vehicle recovery and navigation skills. It's not just about driving quickly.
The Special stages are designed to emulate tough Outback driving conditions so it's a true test of driving skills. The personalities of the teams emerge in each event, making each of these videos a must for the 4x4 enthusiast!
Go to www.throughthegears.net to get the full length featured DVD, 2 Hours 30 Minutes, 16:9 widescreen.