1969 Nova Burnout and In Car Video 327 4 Speed
Next time, I'll do the burnout in second gear...
327 ( I'm guessing about 400 HP) Super T-10 4 Speed, 12 Bolt Posi w/4.88
Gears. I just got her on the road and I'm still working things out but she
runs pretty good.
1956 Chevy 2dr 327 4 speed 4.88 gears
Testing 327 with the 4.88 gears before I put the 3.08 rear back in to drive
some place. The 4.88 are fun but 40 mph is too slow. Plan to put some 3.55
or 3.73 in my posi for next summer. Engine runs comp cam 280H, 041 heads,
600DP Holley. Super T-10 with deep 3.43 first gear (with the tall 29 inch
BFG) for the little mouse to get into its power range of RPM. First run 1st
gear caught me sleeping :) Have had this car for lots of years, it had seen
many changes. What's next?
1956 Chevy 150 2 Dr post Crane 284 350 sb
56 Chevy 350 4 speed my $50 engine with $100 Crane 284 cam Very tall 245 70
15 rear tires with 3:08 rear gears. I run my 4:56 posi some times but they
take away the nice easy hiway driving. I have had this car for over 20
years. Less than $2500 in it. Can drive it any place ..........it's a
driver. Seems like all my other cars get $$$ in them. But this one is my
fav to drive around in on the weekends.
1956 Chevy 150 with 327 Elgin cam
Put together this 327 with 11:1 popups head are 461 double humps. Elgin cam
is Lift: .465/.488
Duration @ .050": 224/234
Lobe Separation: 112 LC
shifting at 6000 RPM
Needs more advance in timing but it is pinging now with 91 and 87 mix.
Not real fast by today engines with good heads. But in its day it was fast
and still is fun to rev the 327.
Some good gas and 6500 shifts will be fun, when it pops I will Put my 302
Rebuilt '66 Chevy 327 by Proformance Unlimited
http://www.customcrateengines.com/ Live run of a '66 Chevy 327 rebuilt by
You can view this engine package along with upgrades at the following link:
1965 327 Chevy
This is a demonstration of my 327 I have on ebay through April 2, 2009.
Please note that the Exhaust pipes
were loosely slid onto what was left of the engines' original pipes.
That's why the Exhaust is louder close
to the engine.