Rebuilt 305 Small Block Chevy FOR SALE
I just rebuilt this 305ci Small Block Chevy out of a 1984 chevy 1/2 ton
pickup truck. This motor is for sale I am asking $750. Price is negotiable.
The engine was completely disassembled and all parts where cleaned. I
replaced the rear main seals, main bearings, rod bearings, oil pan gasket,
piston rings, timing set, head gaskets, valve stem seals, valve cover
gasket, carburetor, Exhaust manifolds
(with headers), intake manifold, water pump, fuel pump, thermostat, and a
couple of other things but thats most of the major stuff. THE ENGINE TEST
STAND AND RADIATOR DO NOT COME WITH THE ENGINE. I am only selling the
engine with carb, headers, and starter, and so on. Call McKinley
910-690-8306 or email me at email@example.com, serious inquires only
True Power I Supercharged DOHC motor on the dyno
True Power LLC's "True Power I" 572 CID, electronic fuel injected, PSI
supercharged, DOHC engine on the Pierce Racing Engines Dyno: More than 1400 HP on pump
gas! ...and there's more power to be had... Stay tuned.
For more information, visit: http://www.truepowerllc.com
SuperCharged 5hp Briggs&Stratton
Here is a SuperCharged engine built from a 5hp (model13...) Briggs and
It uses a Modified turboCharger from a
Chrysler 2.2 , built by Garrett. I have to that my friend Clarence for
machining the Supercharger bearing
housing etc., as he does awesome work! He has helped out with some of my
other engines also :)) The blower spins at 6 times crankshaft speed.
We have not run this engine in this configuration, but did run it with the
carb. on the compressor inlet, it was a bit of a pain to start that way, so
my son decideto run a pressurized carb. Hopefully it runs OK. One thing is
for sure, it isn't going to be quiet!
Small Block Chevy 434 Race motor 763HP
We used a Dart Block completly machined by www.mesabalancing.com the
cylinder heads were hand ported along with the intake and we tailored the
ignition curve and carburator on the Dyno using sunoco 112 fuel.
Small Block Tractor Burn Out
This is a short hastily throw together video of me trying out my sister's
pulling tractor. There is something I should make clear before it is asked:
1) Yes I am wearing Crocs.
2) It was laundry day, I don't normally ride around in over sized sweat
pants, tee shirt, and some Crocs.
3) I don't care what you think about Crocs.