1986 third gen Trans Am turbocharged 5.3 LM7 LSx runs
Couple WOT runs in my 1986 trans. Setup is a 2005 5.3 stock bottom end, 317 heads, LS6 cam and valvesprings, LS6 intake manifold, and custom fabbed turbo setup with a turbonetics 76mm ball bearing turebo. Currently running 5 PSI but engine will take 12-14 PSI. Car has a T56 tranny with a textralia clutch as well.
v8 turbo 5.3L in a 87 gmc
i implanted a 03 5.3 liter engine and tranny in my 87 gmc 4x4. i built a rear mount turbo system using a super t4 turbo and oil pump of off ebay. wastegate set at 3 psi spikes to 5 psi. please leave comments thanks
How to Install a Comp Cam in a 5.3L LM7 Part 2
I show you the basics of installing a cam in a 5.3L (LS1 type engine). The cam I install is a new Comp Cam part #54-455-11 with 215/223 Duration and .604/.610 Lift on a 112 LSA.
To go along with the install I put in new 7.4" Hardened Chomoley Pushrods and Comp 918 Valve Spring good for .625 lift.
84 C10 5.3 Z06 Cam Idle and a lil rev Walk Around
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DIRTY, BUT SHE'S ON THE ROAD!! Been driving her around for about a month now making sure to work out any issues. So far there havent really been any. Im just focused on building a rear end for it now. I got to get that open diff 2.41 gear out of there!
This build so far has been under $2,000 bucks! I need to recalculate with some precision, but that's what I honestly believe I have in this build including purchasing the truck, engine, trans and drop kit BUT of course not counting my labor :) All I can say is patience, it took me probably a year gathering deals to build this.
Its junk yard rescue 1984 Chevrolet C10 with a Z06 Cam'd 2001 5.3 and a 4L80E transmission. 4" drop - 3" Belltech spindles, 1" Belltech front drop springs, shackles and hangers.
"Y-Gen 3rd Gen" Pontiac Trans Am V8TV
http://www.v8tvshow.com/forum - 16 year old kids are in a tough spot these days. We're not talking about the pressures of daily life and all that B.S.; we're referring to the fact that the kids who are into cool cars usually don't have the cash or the ability to get their mitts on a cool ride. Add to that un-sympathetic parents, and you've got millions of high schoolers rollin' beat up civics or other cheap junk. Dale Schwartz has a leg up, however, with his new project they're calling the Y-Gen 3rd-Gen. It's a Trans Am that's a full 7 years older than Dale, but he was able to build a car he wanted the way he wanted.