1971 chevy c10 project walkaround/ rev up
(idle is high because i do not have the electric choke hooked up yet, listen to my other video to hear the lope of the cam) This truck has a High performance chevy 350 4 bolt main bored .30 over to a 355, polished forged crank, summit racing re ring and bearing/gasket kit, dura bond cam bearings, summit racing cam 282 duration with .465 lift, summit racing lifters, truck heads completely rebuilt 74cc combustion chambers with LT1 valve springs (going to upgrade heads soon for higher compression), comp cam high energy push rods, comp cam high energy 1.5 ratio rocker arms, perfessional products high rise intake, edelbrock 600cfm carb. 4/4 drop all the way around, front is western chassis 1.5in drop springs and western chassis 2.5in drop spindles, rear is McGaughys 4in drop springs. Has toxic drop shocks front and rear. All new brakes front and rear, calipers, routers, pads, brake lines, drums, axles, everything. Also has summit racing headers with 2.5in piping into custom x pipe to flowmaster super 10 series, All work done by me. Starting body work and going to have paint on it by the end of this month!
Flowmaster 40 series exhaust on 2010 Silverado 5.3
My 2010 silverado with Flowmaster 40 series (single in, dual out).
Cody's 2004 Chevrolet Silverado Flowmasters K&N Cold Air Intake
Its my friends 2004 Chevy Silverado, with a 4-inch leveling kit in the front end. A Warn brush guard and 9500 lbs. Warn winch. With a 327 Vortec small block and a few modifications under the hood. Like a K&N Cold Air Intake, and a Helix Power Tower throttle body spacer, as well as Flowmaster 40 series. Its also got 18 in. chrome rims and 31 in. Firestone tires on it. Doesn't see too much mud either. And my phone video camera doesnt do the sound of the truck justice, it sounds so much better in person.
Flowmaster 40 series 5.3L Avalanche
Flowmaster 40 series 5.3L Chevy Avalanche 2002. 2nd gear downshift to 1st followed by a wide open run up to 80mph. Just so happens the the MDOT trucks were out doing some type of work on the side of the road :\ Also in the beginning of the video you will see I mounted it basically on the firewall on the passenger side. Wanted to see what the K&N CAI sounded like from under the hood. Pretty cool ain't it.