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|06-14-2014, 08:08 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2009
Why I haven't played paintball this year.
Finally got my 350 S10 completely done. Had major issues with the hydraulic throwout. Pulled the tranny three times in two weeks. All the extra work just because I wanted to run headers. Now I have 3" duals from the front to the back. Exhaust looks really low in the pics but it's not that ridiculous in person. Bottom line if you want to run a 5spd and headers on a s10 it will take some engineering. Yes those are soybeans in the cylinders, found during the tear down. Now I can finally go play.
-'85 350 4 bolt main, full rebuild
-600 cfm performer carb
-msd pro billet distributor with ready to run kit
-sanderson headers 3' collectors
-3" stainless pipe
-dual magnaflow cats
-dual moroso sprial flow mufflers
- moser structural dif cover with bearing support
-McLeod racing gm t5 hydraulic throwout bearing kit
|06-17-2014, 10:37 AM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Houston, TX
I like it. I had a 283 in hand at the same time I was driving a Maverick, but was lacking the parts, skills and time to redo the whole drive train. My father could have done it for me, but that wasn't worth a self destructing Maverick. From that reference, I thought that was popcorn in that cylinder, but my scale was off until I read 350.
|06-22-2014, 07:46 PM||#4 (permalink)|
I was gonna guess Kix cereal but they do look like soy nuts. It's nice to get projects up and running I am looking forward to getting a bunch I have in the works done. They have kept me from playing too.