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Old 08-12-2003, 01:37 AM
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Quick question.

For the guys that swapped out there engines, can you use your stock A/C pulley and compressor? I have a 305 TBI and want to go carbed only, but I want to keep my factory A/C too. Can the stock A/C system hook up to a new carb crate engine?
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Originally posted by dunerida82
Quick question.

For the guys that swapped out there engines, can you use your stock A/C pulley and compressor? I have a 305 TBI and want to go carbed only, but I want to keep my factory A/C too. Can the stock A/C system hook up to a new carb crate engine?
I have my stock A/C compressor and pulley on my 1991 RS with a carbed 350 5 speed. Even if i dont have the lines a wires run to it. hee hee
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Old 08-12-2003, 02:17 PM
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Originally posted by lbrohez
I have my stock A/C compressor and pulley on my 1991 RS with a carbed 350 5 speed. Even if i dont have the lines a wires run to it. hee hee
I did have all my stock a/c hooked up with my 1989 R/S 355 with no problems.
*I have all the crap to hook one up if anybody wants it*
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heres one of my LT-1 powered race car, excuse the darkness, it was taken in the garage at night.
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Old 08-26-2003, 01:40 PM
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my 355 in my 83 camaro when i was putting my new heads on it





my 87 formula, soon to have a carbed crate 350 in it.
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Old 11-11-2003, 08:09 AM
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I didn't have a pic last time this thread was hot, but I do now
Yes I know it's dirty.
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Old 11-13-2003, 06:58 AM
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its changed a little now

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wow a big block. what are the specs. and you running a th400?
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Old 11-17-2003, 09:32 AM
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Originally posted by demonchild
wow a big block. what are the specs. and you running a th400?
TH350

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mostly stock

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Then (L69)


Now (350 4 bolt main bored .030 over (355 ) and other goodies that are in the sig)


A few things have changed in the engine compartment since that second pic, like Edlebrock polished aluminum valve covers instead of the crappy chrome ones and a few other little things, but that gives ya the general idea

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Old 11-19-2003, 08:29 PM
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Quadgoat, get rid of that POS Spectra fuel filter and pick up something that will flow more. Earlier this season I had one and got made fun of so i picked up a fram filter instead, and guess what .03 to boot.
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Quadgoat, get rid of that POS Spectra fuel filter and pick up something that will flow more. Earlier this season I had one and got made fun of so i picked up a fram filter instead, and guess what .03 to boot.
Wow, they flow bad? I haven't noticed that with mine, fuel seems to move through it very well actually, but maybe I'll try swapping it out and see if it makes any kind of difference. I might not even notice the difference though since I do street driving and haven't even gotten to take the TA to the track since I built the new motor and put the 6 speed in. I'm also trying to remember, because I'm not sure that mine is a Spectra (or do you mean Spectre?) I think mine's actually a Mr. Gasket (probably the same thing as spectre though lol ) Nobody has ever said anything to me about those filters flowing poorly, but now that you bring it up I will definitely look into it, thanks for pointing it out!

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Old 11-19-2003, 10:36 PM
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Wow, they flow bad? I haven't noticed that with mine, fuel seems to move through it very well actually, but maybe I'll try swapping it out and see if it makes any kind of difference. I might not even notice the difference though since I do street driving and haven't even gotten to take the TA to the track since I built the new motor and put the 6 speed in. I'm also trying to remember, because I'm not sure that mine is a Spectra (or do you mean Spectre?) I think mine's actually a Mr. Gasket (probably the same thing as spectre though lol ) Nobody has ever said anything to me about those filters flowing poorly, but now that you bring it up I will definitely look into it, thanks for pointing it out!

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I just bought it casue I wanted to fire up the new motor and I was kinda suspicious since the inlet/outlet are kinda small, but never thought much of it until 3 or 4 guys at the track were giving me chit-I also noticed that the fuel would drain out of it after I shut it off-mine was locate just out of the pump in front of the block pointing up and down. With the new fram filter in the same location the fuel always stayed full even after sitting all week and the .03 pick up was a consistent pickup proven every weekend after. I too highly doubt you'll feel any difference on the streeet, but it's just something to keep in mind for the future.
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Old 11-22-2003, 03:15 PM
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IHI:

how in the hell are you only running 12's when you sig says that you have 950 hp. thats unreal. 950 has to be at least in the low 9's.

EDIT: IM HOPING I READ THAT WRONG AND THAT IS YOUR CARB SPECS OR SOMETHING.

does that mean that you have a carb that flows 950 cfm? because that still doesnt add up.

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Old 11-23-2003, 01:40 AM
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IHI:

how in the hell are you only running 12's when you sig says that you have 950 hp. thats unreal. 950 has to be at least in the low 9's.

EDIT: IM HOPING I READ THAT WRONG AND THAT IS YOUR CARB SPECS OR SOMETHING.

does that mean that you have a carb that flows 950 cfm? because that still doesnt add up.
950 HP series carb from Holley Here's a link.
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Old 11-26-2003, 11:56 AM
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i see, i was just suprised to see 950 precede the letter HP. i have yet to see anything making 950 HP on these boards.
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man i just went to that link and though it looked like an awesome carb then you see this

Not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution controlled motor vehicles.

i hate seeing that.
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Old 11-26-2003, 12:44 PM
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i dont have 950 hp, but as soon as my motor is back ill be making 800 though, which should be good for high 9's i hope.
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Old 11-30-2003, 06:04 PM
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Old 12-03-2003, 08:28 PM
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heres my motor!!
Hey it looks like you have the same fuel filter that I have. IHI commented about it on my motor. He referred to it as a "Spectra" and that he had one on his motor that was restricting the flow some. I checked into it and mine is a Purolator not a Spectra (I think he meant Spectre) and they are different, so if you're still reading this post IHI, I think I've got a different filter than you were thinking of, but I really appreciate your thought on the matter! All these motors are really nice looking keep up the great work guys, love those thirdgens!!!!!!

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I cant remember what brand the filter was but it was 3/8 inlet outlet and i never had a problem with flow at 7800rpm so i never worried about it. Im changing motors and adding another fuel system on my car for nitrous over the winter, havent decided on what im going with for a motor yeat.
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culater, where did you get that radiator hold down? ive been looking for a chrome one or a polished aluminum one just like that.

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culater, where did you get that radiator hold down? ive been looking for a chrome one or a polished aluminum one just like that.

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I made it out of stainless steel then pollished it,it works great.
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better newer picture:

400 small block... vortec heads, small cam (getting swapped out soon...), other junk...

just before i got into a wreck that bent up my fender and pushed the nose down a little on the drivers side... car's still driveable and mechanically sound... still able to go out and have fun...
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Doesn't look as pretty as most of yours, but how many of yours are daily, year-round, all-season drivers?
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This is what son used to call ghetto-a$$ 305 going into camaro. He is more reverent now that it has run 8.11 ET @ 85.45 MPH in 1/8th w/1.8554 60'. New 10.5" MT slicks should put us into 7's N/A tonight.
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Doesn't look as pretty as most of yours, but how many of yours are daily, year-round, all-season drivers?
Mine has been lately. :P

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Hey, I know I'm a hack, don't even visit the "Appearance & Detailing" forum. I took that picture last night after driving home through the residual road salt/gravel from the snow storm last week. Pretty much given up on the "show", only have time for the "go".
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sweet! what headers are you runnin on that good lookin bigblock?
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They're custom made stainless steel "step" headers that go from 2 1/8" to 2 1/4", and has 4" collectors. I had to have them made since the engine/trans has been repositioned.
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