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Almost Done - Pontiac Trans Am Engine Swap Part 10 357 V8 Street Demon Carb

This is Part 10 of our 1987 Pontiac Trans Am engine swap series. We've been swapping in a carbed 357 small block in place of the original 305 TPI. Since the last video, we installed the distributor, plugs, and wires. We also plumbed in the temporary fuel setup with a Mallory 4309 Regulator. Then, I painted the factory valve covers and tightened up the belts. We only have a few more things to get done before we can fire this engine up for the first time. I hope you find the videos interesting...thanks for watching!


 


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Pontiac Trans Am Engine Swap Part 11 - Fuel Pump Choke and Fans
This should be the last video before we start the car. Today, or plan is to fire it up for the first time. For those who haven't been following along...my son and I are swapping in a carbed 357 in place of the original TPI 305. It has been a fun project so far, with only a couple minor issues to this point. Thanks for watching, we appreciate it!





Trans Am 357 V8 First Test Drive Video After Engine Swap
This our first video of the Trans Am in action after the engine swap. Obviously, the videos will be more interesting after we break the engine in a bit more. Right now, we are still adjusting and tuning things. After the engine has sufficient time to break in, we'll show you what it can really do. Thanks for watching!





It's Alive !!! Trans Am Engine Swap Part 12 - 357 V8 Street Demon Carb 1987 Pontiac TA
The Trans Am is finally running again. The engine is sounding really nice. Just have a few more things to button up before we can take a little test drive. The main thing holding us back at the moment is the Throttle Valve Cable for the trans. I need to get it properly set up before we can drive it. It feels good just to hear it run well though. Thanks for watching along, we appreciate it. There will still be many more videos to come in this engine swap series, as well as more vids on restoring/modifying the Trans Am in other ways.





Pontiac Trans Am Engine Swap Part 8 - Headers Installed - Radiator and Electric Fans
This is part 8 of our 1987 Pontiac Trans Am engine swap series. We have been swapping in a carbed 357 V8 in place of the original 305 TPI. Since the last video, we have installed the headers and hooked up the Exhaust. We also put in the radiator and the electric fans. Next up, we'll start on all the engine accessories. We are all finished under the car and it's ready to be rolled off the ramps. I hope you find this series interesting...thanks for watching!





Chuck's Garage - Street Demon Carburetor Install & Test Drive
Chuck Hanson walks us through a complete install of the new Street Demon Carburetor and also demonstrates how to tune the carburetor for optimal performance.





Street Demon Installation, tune, and test
Installing and tuning the new 625 CFM Street Demon on a 1972 Dodge Dart





Pontiac Trans Am Engine Swap Part 9 - 357 V8 - Alternator Power Steering Water Pump
We're getting closer now, only a few more things before she'll run. We managed to install the water pump, alternator, power steering pump, heater hoses, and radiator hoses. Now, we basically have to put in the HEI distributor, plugs, and some fuel lines...then we'll be ready to fire it up. There will probably be a couple more vids before we actually start it for the first time. Thanks for watching along, we appreciate it!





Ford Mustang Boss 302 V8 Engine Swap for a Scion FR-S
With everybody complaining (and for good reason) that the Toyota GT 86 / Scion FR-S / Subaru BRZ are underpowered, many American shops have found a way around the problem, thanks to the good old engine swap trick. Today we are here to talk about a FR-S that skips the ZJZ norm, going for the V8 from the Ford Mustang Boss 302. Don’t let the GT 86 front fascia confuse you, this is a Scion FR-S and its engine compartment is now populated by a five-liter vee eight. The project is close to completion and is being handled by Papadakis Racing. While these guys also built tC drift car, they stressed the fact that the FR-S is a “street car with A/C and all luxuries working”. As you can imagine, this was a complex trip, with a ton of supporting mods. Interestingly enough, while the crew specifically mentions this is a Boss 302 V8, which is indeed available as a crate engine, judging by the cylinder head it looks like a Ford Racing Aluminator XS. That would bring a bit of a financial difference, since the 444 hp Boss 302 unit is offered for around $12,000, while the 500 hp+ Aluminator XS will set you back around $16,500. Why was the 2JZ skipped? There are two types of answers to the question above, an objective one and a... not-so-objective one. We’ll quickly go over the latter by mentioning the Supra’s unit would’ve been the obvious choice. Then there’s the reliability. Sure, you can easily push ZJZs to 700 hp, but they won’t be able to take the stress of track racing, so many of these are confined to drag racing. The Ford Racing V8, for instance, comes with forged internals straight out of the factory. And perhaps the people who are





street demon test and review part 1
just bought the new demon carberators street demon 625 cfm.. lets see the beast in action... carb was bought to replace a edelbrock 600 cfm model 1406 ( entirely too lean for this motor.. nice for a stocker though) and the edelbrock was a replacement for a summit racing 600cfm holley clone. both of these carbs were just too lean and had a caused car to stall when accelerating from roll or dead stop. Yes the demon fixed it...and then some...:D





New Parts - Pontiac Trans Am Engine Swap Part 6 357 V8 Street Demon Carb
This is the sixth part in our 1987 Pontiac Trans Am engine swap series. Today, we received some new parts in the mail and we thought you might like to see them. We got our 625 cfm Street Demon Carb, a Chrome Demon Air Cleaner assembly, and a Mallory 4309 3 port fuel regulator. We're really getting anxious to get it all put together. Thanks for watching along, we appreciate it!





Demon 625 Carburetor Test and Tune
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R53 MINI Cooper S engine swap - New Short Block - Part 1 (Pull from car)
Part 1: Engine/transmission removal. Step by step mechanics-eye-view. Engine threw connecting rod through side of the block. Save money & have fun doing the job yourself! Remove and replace the engine. Patented Mechanics eye view howto video! Part 1: Remove engine and transmission from the MINI Part 2: Check out the damaged internals, rebuild cylinder head (valve job) and move parts to new short block Part 3: Clutch kit / finish reassembling engine / put back in car and test drive! See my list of Gen1 MINI Cooper parts and tools: http://amzn.to/1qQWLe6 Performing R50 and R53 MINI repairs in the Seattle area since 2010. :-) Send me an email at kurt (AT) HAMMONDJP dot COM if I can be of any assistance. "DIY videos provided for reference/entertainment purposes only. Only work on your car if you have the right tools and are comfortable doing so. If in doubt, consult a professional. Mod MINI is not responsible for any 'mistakes' or 'incidents' arising out of your working on your own vehicle. Have fun and stay safe!" Follow #ModMINI on Twitter to get notified of new video uploads! https://twitter.com/ModMINIYoutube Thanks for watching! Want to show your support for MOD Mini? Go to the channel page (https://www.youtube.com/user/khammo01) and click on the support button! Click here for Mod MINI Amazon Registry! http://amzn.com/w/2PKRFN62X0RP8





Trans Am Engine Swap Part 5 - 357 V8
This is the fifth part in our 1987 Pontiac Trans Am engine swap series. In this video, I show the ECM and all the related wiring that we removed from the car. Jordan and I also have begun cleaning up the engine bay, so that we can prepare it for paint. I ordered our new carburetor as well and it should be here in a couple days. I hope you are finding these vids interesting...thanks for watching!





1972 Chevrolet Nova SS 468 Big-block Pro Street
I thought you'd like a look at this 1972 Chevrolet Nova Pro-street. This car was recently restored and is built with some serious performance upgrades. Under the hood you will find a 468 CID V8 engine. This CID amounts to a whopping 7.67 Liters. Backing up the engine is a turbo 350 transmission. The drive train has just 1000 miles since rebuild and hasn't seen the track. The rear-end of the car is a stout Ford 9" with 4.56 gears. Other options include black vinyl interior, rear fuel cell, rear battery, power steering, Exhaust headers, aluminum radiator, 750 cfm carburetor, and an electric fuel pump. The muscle car Nova was painted in 2009 and looks great. The exterior is white which goes well with the car's black leather interior and roll cage. Thanks for taking a look! Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars near St Louis, Missouri http://www.facebook.com/RamblinAroundonYouTube http://ramblinaroundonyoutube.wordpress.com/ https://twitter.com/#!/RamblinAround The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod. Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Download link:http://music.incompetech.com/royaltyfree2/Whiskey%20on%20the%20Mississ ippi.mp3 MacLeod's description: Genre: Blues Length: 3:15 Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP Tempo: 90 With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to electric piano. 011 ISRC: US-UAN-11-00709 Bouncy, Grooving 2010





Street Demon Carb Swap Dyno Test
A 650 CFM Carter AFB Carburetor was swapped for a 650 CFM Street Demon.





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