Disassembling the 305 Chevy
I pulled my old 305 from the 1985 Caprice apart this fall. We got to this
point, and haven't bothered to re visit the project, since my new truck has
been taking up all of my time.
Caterpillar D9 supports Paver. Cat D8 supports Roller. Hamm DV-8 Double
Steel Drum Roller compacts asphalt. ABG 525 fixed screen paver places
asphalt. Triaxle Dump Truck hauls asphalt. Roadtec 1000 shuttle buggy
transfers asphalt from truck to crane. Link Belt 60 ton hydraulic crane
supports conveyor that feeds asphalt to paver.
Monte Carlo SS 305 H.O. engine install part 4 - it's done!
Finally got the engine finished up and running. All I have left is to
replace the fuel tank and it should be a driver. Had some problems getting
it to run with fuel pump sourced fuel. Ended up having to take the top of
the Q-jet carb and loosening up the float (it sat unused for 14 years!).
Now all is well.
*READ THE FREAKING DESCRIPTION PLEASE** 305 small block chevy out of my 86
elco ORIGINAL ENGINE BUILT FOR SOUND NOT POWER.bored .40 over 350 heads
ported and polished by me. comp THUMPR cam .305/.305 lift .287 duration
comp double roller timing set edelbrock performer intake holley 600 cfm vac
secondary carb accel 60,000 volt ignition 160lbs compression. motor is now
sold for the 305 haters this was a strong reliable motor. and yes im aware
the video is dark i finished the motor in the dark and decided to make a
quick video of the first fire up. the nect day it was in the car which
THERE IS ANOTHER VIDEO ON MY CHANNEL OF IT IN THE CAR WHERE ALL YOU
TROLLERS CAN WATCH THE PAINT DRY AS IT IDLES GOOD LORD!!!
World smallest V12 engine
Apparently the builder's name is Yesus Wilder and he only used three
materials to build the engine. Stainless steel, aluminum, and bronze.
All credits to him.
chevy 350 w/305 h.o. heads
93 chevy 350 roller motor. stock bore w/flat top pistons comp cams extreme
energy roller camshaft
601 casting 305 h.o. heads 58cc with screw in studs ported and polished new
comp cams valve springs
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Monte Carlo SS 305 H.O. First drive with the old 305 back in
For those of you who have been with me from the beginning of the
installation of the original 305, here is the first drive. It used a lot
more gasoline than I expected, so I'm not going to drive it any more until
the new fuel tank is installed. Once that happens, it should be on the
road for good. Seems to run ok so far.
For those of you who haven't been following, this engine is the original
engine that was removed from the car in 1998 when a crate motor was
installed by the original owner. When I bought the car earlier this year,
he also gave me the original engine. The ZZ3 came out for use in my turbo Iroc project, so for now the 305
goes back in the Monte until the new engine is built.
TRUCK AUCTION #
Huge antique truck auction. This is in Friesland Wisconsin July 25th 2013.
Just an awesome collection up for auction. Nice Diamond T's, Reo's,
Kenworth's, Macks, and much more.....
1962 c20 Chevy Truck 305 HO Break in (1 of 3)
This is my 62 3/4 ton pickup. I just got done rebuilding the 305 High
Output motor with the HO performance kit. This video is after it started
for the first time. Initial break in for flat tappet lifters requires
immediate rev up to 2000 rpm and oscillate 2000-3000 rpm for 20-30 minutes.
This ensures that the lifters mate up properly with the cam. Otherwise the
cam lobes can wear and round. Use break in oil. Then change the oil and
filter and drive for 1000 miles and change oil again. This ensures you
remove any initial metal filings.