my Camaro 1991 RS with a 305 tbi. Its got a 40 series flowmaster muffler and the rest is stock but im taking out the cat soon :-)
I KNOW IT SMOKES I ACCIDENTALLY PUT MIXED GAS FROM A LEAFBLOWER IN THERE BECAUSE MY DAD MIXED THE REGULAR GAS WITHOUT TELLING ME
and its also on empty and somewhat cold out + raining which adds to the steam.
Wondering if anyone else has a huge amount of water pour out like mine does if you watch the far pipe when i rev it. Is my head gasket starting to go? or is it cuz its been sitting? my coolant and oil and temp are all fine
its got Fatttt tires 11.5" wide in the back 10.5" in the front
KYB AGX gas shocks adjusted to the stiffest right now :-)
91 Camaro RS 305 V8 TPI cam w/ open headers
just gettin to the end of my motor swap, still many bugs to fix.
305 V8 5.0L cammed shorty headers
update: the car was timed 40* retarded from where it should have been so
thats why it was acting the way it was. no 305 should sound like this even
open header, it was due to the changing of timing tab position between
newer and older small blocks
1986 IROC-Z 305 TPI, Flowmaster 80 series
This is my 86 IROC, it has Flowmaster 80s on it. I know that it smokes some
when its revved BUT im still tweaking the motor so bare with me. Let me
know what you think.
'83 Chevy Caprice 305 w/ Flowmaster 50
Flowmaster 50. The old Exhaust is only
a whisper compared to this thing! I think it sounds really good for a 305,
but hey, a V8 is a V8. I took the cat off cause theres no emissions tests
being 27 years old.
By the way it was smoking because it wasn't fully warmed up yet. But it was
warm enough to rev it.
Flowmaster Muffler Comparison
A raw test of 7 different Flowmaster mufflers on one motor.
The Motor -
Small Block Chevy 406, 11:1 compression, Crane Solid Roller Camshaft,
Brodix heads with 2.05- 1.60 titanium valves, Eagle 4340 Crank, Eagle H
beam Rods, Manley Forged pistons, Victor Jr Intake manifold, 850 Holley DP,
K&N air filter, Moroso 7 qt. pan, 1 7/8 headers, BE COOL radiator with dual
13 inch fans, MSD distributor, MSD coil and MSD 6AL box.
Exhaust - Flowmaster 3 inch Scavenger
'67 Crusher Camaro vs '70 Super Bee 1,500-Mile Burnout-Fest! - Roadkill Episode 19
On this episode of Roadkill, it's Freiburger in the Super Bee versus
Finnegan in the '67 Camaro as the guys make the trip
from Los Angeles to Salt Lake City and back to go race at the Midnight
Drags at Rocky Mountain Raceways in hopes of running the Bee on Nitrous for the first time since the Hemi was
installed. Which car will work best over 1,500 miles of mayem in three
The 700hp, blown Crusher Camaro is HOT ROD's longest-term
project car, surviving 20 years at the magazine. David Freiburger's 675hp
Hemi 1970 Dodge Super Bee is his first car, having been with him 30 years.
Both cars suffer from magazine-project-car syndrome: getting brief spurts
of attention followed by long periods of neglect. For the first time in
years, both cars were running and driving at the same time.
The Crusher Camaro is a
'67 model that was purchased for $700 in 1994 during California's
car-crushing program; it was rescued from the parking lot of a junkyard
where it was about to be handed in for crushing. It's been through a number
of engines in its time at HOT ROD magazine, and the most recent is a 489ci
bi-block (4.280 bore, 4.250 stroke) with 9.3:1 compression. It has a small,
224-at-0.050 Comp hydraulic roller cam, Holley oval-port heads, and a
Weiand 8-71 Supercharger with two Holley
850HP carbs. The engine makes 700 hp and 720 lb-ft on 5 psi Boost, but is tame enough to drive anywhere.
The transmission is a Gearstar 4L85E that's really awesome, and the Ford
9-inch is loaded with 3.50 gears. The car is styled with Center Line Auto
Drags and a nose-high stance to look like a street machine of the early
¹80s. It has run 10.60 at 125 in the quarter-mile in the same trim seen in
Freiburger's ¹70 Dodge Super Bee is powered by a 10:0:1-compression, 484ci
Hemi with ported iron cylinder heads and a Comp solid roller camshaft. It
also uses a Holley Dominator carb on a custom dual-plane intake manifold by
Dick Landy, whose shop built the long-block in 1995. It made 675 hp on the
engine Dyno, but in
the car is has smaller headers, fairly restrictive Exhaust, and a mechanical fan that pull it down
to around 600. The trans is a Gearstar 727 Torqueflite backed by a Gear
Vendors under/overdrive, and the Strange 60 rearend has 3.73 gears (a
little too high for the
natuarally aspirated combo). The car weights 4,050 pounds with the driver,
and has run 11.80 at 118 mph on the motor.
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