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It's time for new tires. My car is a 1973 camaro with 630whp/705lb-ft.
Currently its got 255/16 Mickey Thompson ET streets. They work...
Thanks so much!
Dyno day! Did 631whp and 703 tq
Well it's been a while since I've done my blazer conversion and truthfully I'm not happy with how my 73 stops. The pedal is very firm yet the car...
Well, she's running! Here's a quick little video overview of what I've been up to. The LS swap video I did was really popular and a lot of people...
Shipping logistics are weird but you also need to know that for the odd package that's takes a weird route there 5000 that dont and that's the...
Spent a lot of time to clean up the engine wiring! Also got the manifolds coated :)
Well the engines all together! Heres a rough idea of what that process looks like and a ton of part numbers. Now it's on to the fun stuff! Final...
Well I got the engine in! Time for final assembly!!!
Long blocks all done!
Agreed. If I could do it all over again I'd get a factory gm ls3 or ls2 and boost that platform. Opening these engines up is extremely expensive
An ls swap is easy and can be done cheap, just dont open up the engine if you've got a budget in mind.
You sure did. I started an instagram account to help promote my youtube content, its westcoastwrenchin
Off to the machine shop she goes!
Thanks, I know it sounds so funny but each shock was bent identically just on the threaded portion.
Sorry for the confusion, I was asking what procedure you used, ie. Varying rpms, loading etc.
How was the engine broken in?
Are the stock 1973 camaro shock rods supposed to have a small bend in the rod? Or is that something someone damaged? I've noticed the new qa1's...