Well, I don't want to go too big because I don't want a tire rub, I was thinking 245/60's on back and 215/70's on the front. And yes the car needs to be put back together before I worry about the tires, a friend of mine gave me an old carb that he had so it looks like I might get to hear the 307 thru open headers this weekend. ;D
Post by SinisterCRX on Mar 20, 2004 10:20:40 GMT -5
Schweet. ;D I'll try and get some pics up of the engine sometime, but my sister's bf has a mid-eighties Chevy Caprice that he got for free from a friends mom, engine blew and she didnt want it anymore. He got a engine from his uncle (400 bored something over, like .38 or something.. iunno) that his uncle once used for drag racing in his Corvette. It's got performance everything on that thing. So, he dropped that into the Caprice and got some headers on her. Even with the stock tranmission and rearend, that thing fly's. And you gotta cover your ears when he starts up the engine or you'll go deaf, no lie. One of these days I'll get some videos and pictures up of it. Oh, guess how much he spent on this project? Caprice=Free Headers=$300 Exhaust=$100 So a total of $400 will be invested for this fast-ass car. Talk about luck
Here, ricer ricer ricer.. Come here ricer, come here boy! That's a good ricer..Come here boy, I'm not gonna hurt you... DIE RICER DIE! DIE DIE DIE!
i dunno what you smokin. but pass it around. so we can think money grows on trees too and that every thing comes so easily. and you too curtis. what you smokin cause you should know that chevy cant even make a good rearedn thats why they gotta use a ford. and thats why ford has it to handel all tha power of a ford. and chevy. well.... they just use it to make themselfs look important....
Last Edit: Mar 23, 2004 18:25:49 GMT -5 by 86کТΛηG†
HAHAHA, the only reason NASCAR uses ford rearends is because it's easy to chage out gears, a well built 12 bolt can handle well over 1200 hp, and the reason drag racers use them in Chevys is because there is so much aftermarket for them and it's easier to shorten the rear end. Don't try to tell me a ford part is better than a Chevy part because you will never convince me, save the strength in your hand, I'm sure you'll need it later tonight.
Last Edit: Mar 23, 2004 21:03:21 GMT -5 by 73Nova73