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1971 Chevrolet Chevelle
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My Junk Pile
Business Name : My Junk Pile
Address : 987 Imposter Ave.
Telephone No. : JL5-FREE
Fax No. :
Website : http://
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Rating : 264 Out Of 290
Latest Customers To Use This Business
Owner Vehicle Modification Product Rating Price
The_Raven 1985 Chevrolet S10 Stroker Crank 10 60
The_Raven 1985 Chevrolet S10 Electric Cooling fan 10 20
The_Raven 1985 Chevrolet S10 Conversion to EFI 10 40
The_Raven 1985 Chevrolet S10 Shaved badges 10 0
The_Raven 1985 Chevrolet S10 Shaved tailgate lock 10 0
Blown65 1965 Chevrolet Malibu Injector Spacer 10 0
DABIGFROG 1998 Volkswagen Jetta TH-400 CHEVY TRANS 10 200
KustomCandy 1966 Chevrolet Camaro 3 speed Linkege Change 4 0
KustomCandy 1966 Chevrolet Camaro Change over "Coffee cup" frome Column Shift to Floor shift type. 10 0
KustomCandy 1966 Chevrolet Camaro Dogleg re-fab (rust cut out) 10 0
af2 1933 Willys Coupe Primer sanded 10 30
af2 1933 Willys Coupe Trans brake Manual valve body 10 275
ekisner 1965 Ford Mustang rear disc brakes 10 0
disturbthepeace1 1965 Volkswagen Beetle T3/T4 hybrid 10 0
af2 1933 Willys Coupe Wheelie bars fabricated 10 225
af2 1933 Willys Coupe chassis certification for sportsman 10 0
af2 1933 Willys Coupe Y bar Panhard 10 90
af2 1933 Willys Coupe It is now a long block! 10 2730
af2 1933 Willys Coupe Had to redo the fuel lines to Carbs 10 0
af2 1933 Willys Coupe Thermostat housing 10 40
The_Raven -> Stock 3.1L crank, casting 981. This has a stroke of 3.31"
The_Raven -> This is from a 1987 Sunbird GT, and works very well to keep my engine temps in check. I made custom brackets to hold the fan and rad.
The_Raven -> The harness and ECM are from a 1988 Chevy Cavalier. It has been modified to fit the Jimmy and run the custom built engine, using MPFI and DIS.
The_Raven -> The original one was FUBARed, so I shaved it. :)
KustomCandy -> I payed $50 for what ever I could remove from a Rusted out wrecked HR
KustomCandy -> I payed $50 for what ever I could remove from a Rusted out wrecked HR. The only draw back from doing this Installation was rewireing? While Whereing Nylon Shorts I droped the Soldering Iron right onto my Lap! "Its funny how you see things happen in slow-motion?"
KustomCandy -> In the area here there is a Chrome trim, that over time causes Rust to form. Left to long and you'll have little metal to work with! And thats where Im at! (Its also First attempt)
af2 -> Front end sanded and ready for another coat!
af2 -> Installed for good.
disturbthepeace1 -> I thought there has to be more power in this little motor so I had a T/3 from my previous bug motor and decided to make hybrid, pretty simple the only thing is that i have to get the t/3 shaft tuned .010 under to fit the fresh bearings in my t/4 center section. I figure i dont get full boost till about 5000rpm so if i could make that same 16psi at 3000rpm; that's free hp? hope Im right........in the picture you can see the drastic difference in exhaust housing size.
af2 -> 4130 crome molly 1 " tubes. .095 lower and .058 upper. Made the wheel section rubber mounted with leverage on the upper bars to eliminate the springs everyone uses and don't work when they bottom out. All TIG welded.
af2 -> Got the chassis cert for 8.50 or slower. I'm stoked! If I had a couple of bars in different places it would have cert at 7.50. Recert 3/09
af2 -> 4130 Chrome molly Y bar with press in bearing ends tig welded.
af2 -> Long block assembled!! Everything is coming together finally. All clearanses are correct except the exaust rockers. I will clearance them to miss the retainers.
af2 -> The original set up was too close to the valve covers. SO 7 hours later on a Sunday the problem is fixed.
af2 -> Just bought this bitchin thermostat housing from myself and it actually fit

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