1969 Chevelle with Spin Tech mufflers and custom exhaust
1969 Chevelle with the new Spin Tech Exhaust on it. Just a walk around clip of the
car idling for now. Sounds crazy when compared with the old Flowmaster 50
series muffs that used to be on the car :)
LT-1 block, bored .030'' over for 357 CI
-Scat forged 4340 lightweight crankshaft
-Scat Pro Comp forged 4340 I-beam rods, SRP forged aluminum 10.3:1 pistons
-King racing main and rod bearings
-Total Seal piston rings
-Comp Cams XR286R solid roller cam, 286/292 Advertised, 248/254@.050, lift
is .616/.622 using 1.6:1 rocker arms, LSA is 110
-Crane Cams Pro Series forged pushrods
-Comp Cams 1.6:1 Pro Magnum roller rocker arms
-Cloyes billet steel, adjustable timing set
-TCI Rattler harmonic damper
-Full race ported Edelbrock RPM heads: enlarged intake ports, reshaped Exhaust ports, 2.055"/1.60" Manley
Racemaster valves and matching Manley valve springs
-MSD Pro-Billet distributor, Blaster HVC II coil and 6AL ignition box
-Fully port matched Weiand Team G single plane intake
-Jomar 1 inch phenolic cloverleaf carb spacer
-Pro-Systems built 800 CFM Holley HP road race carburetor
-1 3/4" coated Hooker Super comp headers with 3 inch collectors
-Fabricated X-pipe, full 3 inch Exhaust with Spin Tech Super Pro Street mufflers
and fabricated side exit pipes
-Borg Warner Super T-10 4-speed using a Mcleod aluminum flywheel and 11''
custom organic/ kevlar faced clutch
-3 1/2" steel drag race driveshaft with Spicer 1350 u-joints
-12 bolt rearend: Eaton Posi, Richmond 3.73 gears and Alloy USA axles
equipped with 1/2'' ARP drag race studs
-Cutstom black powder coated center 18X9 Weld Prostar XP wheels wearing
275/40/18 Kumho Ecsta MX tires all around
Flowmaster Muffler Comparison
To view these products click below:
A raw test of 7 different Flowmaster mufflers on one motor.
The Motor -
Small Block Chevy 406, 11:1 compression, Crane Solid Roller Camshaft,
Brodix heads with 2.05- 1.60 titanium valves, Eagle 4340 Crank, Eagle H
beam Rods, Manley Forged pistons, Victor Jr Intake manifold, 850 Holley DP,
K&N air filter, Moroso 7 qt. pan, 1 7/8 headers, BE COOL radiator with dual
13 inch fans, MSD distributor, MSD coil and MSD 6AL box.
Exhaust - Flowmaster 3 inch Scavenger
1976 Corvette Stingray Comp Cams Thumpr - Spintech mufflers - Edelbrock E-Street heads
Here is part 3 of the restoration and now modification of the engine on my
Corvette Project. A walkaround with idle rpm at 1000 in park and around
600-650 in gear. Vacuum is 7 hg and the base timing is 25 degrees with the
vacuum advance capped off and mechanical running around 20 degrees for a
total of 44.5 on my timing light.
At 2:45 sec in the video I was trying to show the vacuum canister mounted
on the frame under the brake Booster. If you end up getting a thumpr cam
and have power brakes make sure you get a canister, with the can the brakes
work the same as with the stock 17 hg of vacuum I used to have.
The new additions are:
Edelbrock E-TEC 64cc aluminum heads (#5089)
Comp Cams - Thumpr cam and lifters (#12-600-4CL)
Comp Cams High energy pushrods
Roller Tip rockers (Summit racing)
Double roller timing Chain
Milodon high volume water pump
Milodon high volume thermostat (160 degree)
Prostreet Harmonic Balancer
Edelbrock high volume fuel pump
Maradyne Electric fan and thermostat control.
Mufflers are Spintech Sportsman Street
Comp Cam Vacuum Canister (#5200)
IGGEE.com Synthetic Leather Seat covers (A++)
Transmission is a TH350 with stock convertor and a B/M shift kit set for
The rear gear is 3:08
It can really use a 2400-2600 stall converter and 3:55 to 3:70 gears.
All in all it's a good sounding cruiser with nice highway acceleration
though light hopping I haven't had a chance to try but without a convertor
there isn't much of a holeshot.
Thanks for watching and if you see anything else that I have listed feel
free to ask.