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Update: pics of the 572" installed in 92 White SS
04/16/17 at 22:48:55
 
We got a little accomplished this weekend. Got the engine & tranny installed in the truck and working on getting everything bolted back on and hooked up. Got the bed off and painted the rear frame and got the Caltracs installed also.

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Reply #1 - 04/17/17 at 09:20:12
 
very nice.
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Best ET @ 2373 ft. elevation was a 11.94/114.1 mph
 
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Reply #2 - 04/24/17 at 13:33:07
 
just wondering where you got that spacer to tie a temp gauge (I am assuming thats what that is) under your water neck for thermostat.
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1990 454SS. Carb'd 540 CI , 10.3:1 comp, Hydraulic Roller valve train, Dart block and DART Pro 1 aluminum heads , 2.30/1.88 valves bulit by Allyn Lee Racing of Red Deer. with Belltech lowering kit and Centerline Telestar Dicer II's. Built Turbo 400 with 2800 rpm -10.5" TCS convertor with a gear vendors Overdrive and stock 3.73 gears
Best ET @ 2373 ft. elevation was a 11.94/114.1 mph
 
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Reply #3 - 04/24/17 at 13:36:30
 
hmm.. just found one on Jegs... have to admit I didn't know there was such a thing..

Now I do..

And going to order myself one.

thanks
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1990 454SS. Carb'd 540 CI , 10.3:1 comp, Hydraulic Roller valve train, Dart block and DART Pro 1 aluminum heads , 2.30/1.88 valves bulit by Allyn Lee Racing of Red Deer. with Belltech lowering kit and Centerline Telestar Dicer II's. Built Turbo 400 with 2800 rpm -10.5" TCS convertor with a gear vendors Overdrive and stock 3.73 gears
Best ET @ 2373 ft. elevation was a 11.94/114.1 mph
 
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Reply #4 - 04/24/17 at 19:49:27
 
Yep @ Jegs, mine is from "Joe's Racing " it has 3  1/2" NPT ports and one that is a port for a mechanical temp guage. Pretty neat product that gave me a place for my coolant temp sensor and sender since I wanted to retain the factory gages and provide a signal for the factory computer to retain control of the 4L80E tranny. The AFR heads do not have provisions for the temp sensors like the GM heads.
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Reply #5 - 04/26/17 at 19:42:37
 
Looking good! What radiator is that plz?
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Reply #6 - 04/27/17 at 09:51:47
 
Romax wrote on 04/26/17 at 19:42:37:
Looking good! What radiator is that plz?


Looks like a Be Cool. I have the same one:)
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Reply #7 - 04/27/17 at 19:20:56
 
Thanks!
Yep, its a BeCool direct replacement supposed to be good for up to 1000 HP worth of cooling. I  got  the complete module with fans, wiring harness, radiator cap, overflow tank. I made the cover for the top instead of using the ugly factory hold  down  clamps.
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Reply #8 - 04/28/17 at 16:32:25
 
floman wrote on 04/27/17 at 19:20:56:
Thanks!
Yep, its a BeCool direct replacement supposed to be good for up to 1000 HP worth of cooling. I  got  the complete module with fans, wiring harness, radiator cap, overflow tank. I made the cover for the top instead of using the ugly factory hold  down  clamps.

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Reply #9 - 05/23/17 at 00:00:02
 
Hi floman.
Build looks great so far!  Smiley
A few questions:
What are you planning for radiator over flow?
What power steering pump is that?  Cool
Which headers are those? They look to fit great.
Keith
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Reply #10 - 05/23/17 at 10:04:22
 
This is a beautiful setup!! Cant wait to see vid's of it up and running  Smiley

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Reply #11 - 05/23/17 at 19:38:18
 
heavychevy wrote on 05/23/17 at 00:00:02:
Hi floman.
Build looks great so far!  Smiley
A few questions:
What are you planning for radiator over flow?
What power steering pump is that?  Cool
Which headers are those? They look to fit great.
Keith


Hey Keith
I have a small overflow tank that came with the BeCool Radiator module kit, its basically a puke tank. I would like to later on add pressurized overflow tank.
The power steering is part of the Concept One accessory drive kit I bought its a Delphi pump.
The headers are Hooker Super Comps with JetHot coating.
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Reply #12 - 05/23/17 at 19:50:10
 
90-454SS wrote on 05/23/17 at 10:04:22:
This is a beautiful setup!! Cant wait to see vid's of it up and running  Smiley

Jamie


You and me too. We are very close to getting it fired up. One more good day of tinkering and it will be about ready. I cant wait, its been about a 6 month project, but have had several issues not related to the truck that have kept me from putting in quality time bolting things together.

I will get some good video when its finished up and running in the next week or two.
My last big expenditure will be getting the exhaust fabricated. I am debating on what to do, I don't want it obnoxiously loud while cruising but @ WOT I don't mind if it barks a bit! I'm thinking of doing 3 1/2" to the mufflers ( Flowmaster 50 series HD ) and neck down to 3" over the axle and angled down at each corner of the bed & bumper area.
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Reply #13 - 05/24/17 at 23:03:48
 
floman wrote on 05/23/17 at 19:50:10:
You and me too. We are very close to getting it fired up. One more good day of tinkering and it will be about ready. I cant wait, its been about a 6 month project, but have had several issues not related to the truck that have kept me from putting in quality time bolting things together.

I will get some good video when its finished up and running in the next week or two.
My last big expenditure will be getting the exhaust fabricated. I am debating on what to do, I don't want it obnoxiously loud while cruising but @ WOT I don't mind if it barks a bit! I'm thinking of doing 3 1/2" to the mufflers ( Flowmaster 50 series HD ) and neck down to 3" over the axle and angled down at each corner of the bed & bumper area.


Mine is a similar build with a slightly more aggressive cam. I have super comps into a 3.5" x-pipe into dynatech splitflow oval mufflers that dump in front of the rear axle. I've haven't heard it with much throttle yet because we keep shearing off the PS pump bolt but that's another story. But I can say that at idle and low rpms...she ain't no sleeper. Rattles all the roll up doors at the shop.  I'll see how I like it once I get it back and drive it around. I don't mind loud but I'm not 18 anymore either!  I would look into magnaflows over flowmasters, that's just my opinion but I think they sound better too. I had to put resonators and mufflers on my V-wagon to keep it reasonable. Can't wait to hear it run, great build
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