Supercharged Civic Si
A 2000 Honda Civic Si supercharged does some flybys and launches. Its a 2000 not a 1999
First Start Up - LQ4 Build - Thirdgen Trans AM
Watch in HD!! Well folks... Yesterday was the day! I couldnt wait any longer. Made good progress while working on the car, and decided to fill up the coolant and make some last minute changes and fire her up! First...I completely forgot the brake Booster hose. Ive done this before. Im famous for it... So, the high idle and crazy AFR in the first two clips are because of that. Second...I just want to comment on how easy these motors fire up. I know other motors do too. But every time Ive swapped an LS motor, even after its either been sitting for years, or just recently put together, it fires RIGHT up. Literally one crank and its fired up and running. This video was recorded last night (9-24-2013) and is out of sync for what I planned on posting. I have some other videos on steering upgrades and a couple other things that I recorded before this. But I couldnt wait to post it. SO here it is! Enjoy!
MotorWeek | Retro Review: '89 Pontiac 20th Anniversary Trans Am
This or a GN? I'd rather have this!
1988 Trans Am GTA vs 2012 Optima SX Turbo
I went out and tested just how lame my torque management is on this new Kia. I have two really big problems. One is the delayed throttle response. Even if I mash the gas on the 2nd honk it won't even be WOT yet by the 3rd honk. Just rolls an inch or two in the meantime. So this makes your consistency fly out the window. Of course your natural reaction is to just stall the bitch up totally eliminating the delayed throttle. WRONG. If the ECU senses any form of engine stalling (brake Boosting) it will cut Boost and turn your car into a complete turd. We're talking over a full second difference. Anyway here are my struggles while racing a 36,000 mile GTA with bumped timing. Probably a mid-14 second car. As you can see it's extremely hard to find that sweet spot.