Chevy 292 Piston Compression Height Reduction
Watch as John Edwards @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine Shop reduces the
compression height on a Chevy 366 piston that he is installing into a Chevy
292 straight-6 for a land speed engine he is building. (949) 631-6376 Don't
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MIGHTY 6: THE FASTEST 1936 PICKUP TURBO CHARGED INLINE 6?? @ LS1TRUCK SHOOTOUT 2013
FILMED AT: http://sanantonioraceway.com/
During the: http://ls1truck.com/ Shoot out 2013
22 years in the making, these two brother have been building this amazing
From the chassis and engine and turbo
set up. and later bar set up, these boys got this sucker dialed in to
perfection. Most amazing part of this truck is that it still run on leaf
spring front and rear. No coil over suspension, and its a inline 6. You do
not see this type of truck everyday folks. hope yall injoy this video and
keep on rockin.
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235 inline 6 fuel injected
My 1952 Chevy 3600 Pickup powered by a GM 235ci Inline 6 with a 4.3L V6
Throttle Body Injection conversion. Has a clifford 2/4bbl intake, clifford
tube headers w/ dual Exhaust and
Vintage Hot Rod Straight 6 [S3 Ep.11-1]
Everybody knows that the engine is a central key component to ANY Hot Rod
project. But is a V8 the only way to go? NO WAY!! Stacey shows you why. He
takes a vintage straight six engine that has been sleeping in a crate for
almost 40 years and he puts on the right pieces. He shows you why the
straight six was a force to be reckoned with in the early days of hot
rodding. After that, Stacey jumps into the tips and tricks of how to paint
your own true Kandy paint job. If you are into vintage Hot Rods, Kandy
paint, and multi-carbs? You don't need to go on a diet... you just need to
250 chevy inline 6 in 65 Chevelle wagon lump port head
This video was made to show how a street modified inline 6 can run. The cam
and compression are street fuel friendly. Car weighs in at 3600 lbs empty.
2.56 rear gears
Mileage is 20 MPG going 75-80 MPH
I have owned this car since 2004. It sat in the garage waiting for a
purpose. It had a 194 inline and a powerglide trans with 3.08 gears.
In may of 2012 we decided to get it ready to take to the Inliners
International Convention in Carson City Nevada.
The 194 and trans were pulled. The 250 Dyno engine was installed. This
engine was a Dyno mule
to test different cams, heads, intakes and a turbo in my other videos. It has over 120 full
throttle runs put to it on the Dyno. The trans is a Richmond
non overdrive 5 speed. Rear gears were swapped to 2.56 for highway running.
The engine is a 250 Chevy with flat top pistons, balanced lower end, offy
intake. Compression is 9.5 to 1. The head has extensive work. Bolt in lumps
are installed along with 1.94/ 1.6 valves. The head is also ported. Cam is
a Clifford 270 hydraulic. This engine Dynoed at 285 HP with a 4 BBL
and Clifford intake.
The Exhaust consists of Hooker
headers, dual 2.5" collectors merged together into a Magnaflow 3 chamber
muffler, the tailpipe is 2.5".
Since installation the car was driven to Carson City at the end of May
without trouble. And up to this point has been driven 5500 miles.
Checkout my website http://www.12bolt.com/ . There are parts and
information on how to make your inline Chevy perform.
Bobs 250 Chevy inline 6 DYNO pulls Straight six
250 Chevy, ross flat top pistons, 6" rods, balanced lower end. Built by
Heckt Power. Parts supplied by www.12bolt.com
310 HP and still climbing! Torq is @275 near the start and is maintained to
nearly the end of run.
Head has 1.94/1.6 valves, bolt in intake port lumps are used. 1.75 roller
rocker arms. The block is zero decked.
Cam has 224/230 duraration @ .050 lift and .551 lift at the valves.
Intake is a Clifford
carb is a Edelbrock 500cfm
This engine is almost at the max for this carb. Any more rpm and a 600 will
need to be used.
Hot Rod 292 six cylinder
This engine was a collaboration between my dad and his cousin. It's a 292,
.030 over. It's been balanced. It's got JE forged pistons that puts it at
about 10.5:1 compression. It has an Engle cam with 231 @ .050 duration and
.565 lift. The head is a lump port head by Self with Ferrea 1.94/1.6
valves, K-Motion springs, Bill Smith pushrods, and Harland Sharp 1.75
roller rockers. The oil pan is a Hamburger aluminum pan, and the timing
cover is a Frank pattern finned aluminum unit, and it has a custom made ATI
Super Dampner and aluminum Fidenza flywheel. The intake manifold is a
Clifford 4 barrel, with a 2" Super Sucker and currently has a Holley 750
carb on it., This is going in a '37 Ford pickup with a Richmond 5 speed
Low deck inline 6 292 fun street engine
This is a 292 Chevy straight 6. It is made from a 250 block with custom
pistons and rods. The cam is a Compcams 252 hydraulic, compression about
9.0 to 1. The head has oversized valves with bolt in lumps and Crower
roller rockers. Intake is a Johnson AGricultural LPG with a Rochester 2 bbl
carb. Setup to run on 87 octane. Car is a 70 Nova with Muncie 4 speed and
3.08 12 bolt posi. Headers are custom made by owner. 1.5" full length
stainless. This car RIPS!
Redneck Restoration's "This Old Truck" Part 1 of 2 Straight Six 292 Header Install
The claim is that a header on your straight six will gain 20-40% HP and/or
torque. In this case, it's definitely true. (I'll get some road Dyno footage later, but for now
you'll just have to take my word for it.) The carbs initially improved the
big end, and it would keep pulling strong as fast as you wanted to turn it.
(That's ok if you feel like grenading the engine) There was also hill
climbing inprovement due to the larger CFM being able to pack more fuel
charge into the cylinder. Ran it with straight pipes off the header for the
8 miles from the farm to the muffler shop. Wide open throttle performance
was non-existent. Fell flat on its face. Once the rest of the Exhaust system was in place, it was like a
completely different engine. Was able to pull the "test grade" without
losing any speed, where it used to drop about 7 MPH. Our other "test grade"
is "Hayes Hill Intenational Speedway", a 2 mile hill from mile post 14 to
16 on Hwy 199 in Oregon. Went from dropping to 3rd at MP 15 to about 15.75.
Now that's truckin'!
Tri-power Rochester Model BC Chevy 235 Six
This is 3 carb set-up on a Chevy 235 inline Six. This intake is an
Offenhauser for the 235. The carbs are large base Rochester BC's. The
automatic choke is fed from a copper tube heat riser that extends into the
Exhaust heated base. The tube exits
the heated cavity to the atmosphere (does not pick up carbon from the Exhaust). Fuel line is plumbed entirely
in solid brass pipe.
The engine is 1959 vintage 0.60 over with the late high compression heads.
3/4 cam with mild lope can be heard in the video. Exhaust is temporarily fabbed outside the split
Fenton Exhaust manifolds...so sounds a
little odd with my little digital camera. Sounds a lot better in person!