Bullseye Power Turbo Video Install Part 1 - S71 Olds Project V8TV

Installation Available: http://v8speedshop.com/contact http://www.v8tvshow.com - 314-783-8325 -Our '71 Olds Cutlass "S71" is going to make some power with the help of a 76mm turbocharger built by Bullseye Power that we got from Outlaw turbo Motorsports . Our buddy Brett Evans came by to help with the install, and in this video, Brett takes us through the anatomy of the Bullseye turbo and why we chose it.

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Bullseye Power Turbo Video Install Part 2 - S71 Olds Project V8TV
Installation Available: http://v8speedshop.com/contact http://www.v8tvshow.com - 314-783-8325 - In this chapter, we're fabricating the hardware and tubing needed to install the Bulleseye Power 75 MM extended tip turbo from Outlaw turbo Motorsports into our 1971 Olds Cutlass S71 project. The install required mating the stock Exhaust to the custom turbo mount, then sending the Exhaust out the custom MagnaFlow 3" dual Exhaust system. Other tasks include installing the large Bell Intercooler in the nose of the car, installing a turboSmart Race Port 50 wastegate, and fabricating all the tubing to manage the airflow. In the next chapter, we high-temp coat the parts, install the turboSmart blow off valve, complete the tubing, and address the cooling and oiling systems.





Bullseye Power Turbo Video Install Part 3 - S71 Olds Project V8TV
Installation Available: http://v8speedshop.com/contact In this chapter of our S71 Olds build, we are completing the install of our Bullseye Power 75 mm turbo, our fabricated turbo piping, Bell Intercooler , and the Be Cool Radiator . All of the Exhaust tubing and turbine housing parts were coated by Extreme Powder Coating using their 2200° high temperature black ceramic coating to keep them looking new. The charge air tubing was painted with Eastwood's high temperature Nano Ceramic engine paint, which is a very durable paint suitable for parts reaching regular engine temperatures. The be cool radiator module encompasses a pair of Spal electric fans, and Be Cool guarantees it to cool engines up to 1000 HP. We installed a turbo Smart Reaceport blow-off valve inline with the air intake to help keep the turbo spooled-up during shifts. To help reduce underhood air temperatures and to make our turbo system more efficient, we installed a DEI Titanium turbo Shield , which is made from lava rock strands that can withstand temperatures over 1800°. We also wrapped our turbo Exhaust with DEI Titanium Exhaust Wrap to keep the hot Exhaust gas in the tubing and underhood temperatures down. A K & N air filter and various silicone connectors from IntakeHoses.com completed the intake tubing. In the coming chapters, we will complete the ISIS Intelligent Multiplex wiring system install and FAST Fuel Injection installs before firing up the S71 Olds!





Turbo "S71" Olds Engine Build Video BTR Performance Part 2 V8TV
Installation Available: http://v8speedshop.com/contact http://www.v8tvshow.com/enginedvd - This is the second video in a multi-part series covering the custom stroker engine build performed by master engine builder Bill Trovato at BTR Performance for our turbocharged 1971 Olds project called the "S71". In this installment, Trovato covers crankshaft installation. Although this video series features and Olds engine, the valuable, race-proven techniques shown by Trovato apply to any performance engine build.





1965 Chevelle Engine Upgrades V8TV-Video
Installation Available: http://v8speedshop.com/contact http://www.v8tvshow.com - 314-783-8325 - Our '65 Chevelle drove in on a low-performance 350 cubic inch Chevy replacement engine that was reported to have less than 10,000 miles on it. Initially, we contemplated doing a late-model EFI swap on this car, but then we thought we'd take a look at what we had and see what kind of shape it was in. Turns out that the 350 is a parts-store type replacement engine with 4-bolt mains and a very clean bottom end. The cast iron heads and cam were not very exciting, so we used the Dynomation engine simulation software to whip up a new recipe. In this installment, we clean up the engine, repaint the short block, and install a new Comp Cams Xtreme Energy cam, lifters, timing set, new Holley performance aluminum cylinder heads, a Weiand Action Plus intake manifold, an MSD Pro-Billet distributor, some Flowtech headers, and a Holley 670 Street Avenger camshaft. Some of the parts we already had like the MSD unit, the intake, and the carb, but the cam and heads are new. Here's how it went.




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