You are then decelerating 1. Needless to say, our biggest issue is frontal area. Also I had one wire get smoked and not sure which one but it still runs. To make things more interesting the 2 cylinder always fired but no others. I'll lose a lot of money otherwise. As for aerodynamics and fuel efficiency our trucks have about a.
Engine vacuum for the modulator is easy. But i did do a fresh timing chain and four degrees advance on the cam. It has about 96000 miles on it and runs great. First engineers consider the drag on the vehicle. I got the transmission from him for helping him remove it from the running and driving motorhome. A friend got one to put in his 70C10 for less than a grand and it had 15K miles on it.
If the return is right next to the pickup, you may have problems with aerated fuel being sucked up directly from the return line. I know this is done with boat engines. But first, I'm ditching the 4wd components and swapping the trans. I have been driving it to work. I know, thats a stretch. The fab work for the crossmember is a piece of cake, and I will purchase a yoke and have a new driveshaft made.
It is sort of a balancing act between top speed and the amount of power needed to push the truck in that lower gear ratio. I am pretty much experiencing what all the 6. Some areas are cast iron, such as the center support for the transmission. I'm not really sure what I want lol Click to expand. Of course they can also consume more when given the chance. The gearing in the 700s can be changed to suit your needs and desires.
I just bought a 95 Sierra 1500 Z71 with a 5. I've just kinda dealt with it. And don't even get me started on the suspension! I test fitted the factor 5. I had the same problem with mine. My 02 get's about the same.
This will take pressure off the driveline while the truck is parked. I did about every simple bolt on I could come up with. By the time you have spent the money doing this you could have probably had enough money to do a heads and cam swap and see some really nice gains. Also the final drive ration is usually not that big of an overdrive ratio, but this too can be changed to suit your needs. Most of the time I see 19. I would look into the new Camaro v6 and turbo it.
Work equals force x distance Weight equal mass x acceleration The air and road friction you determine in the deceleration test. It's an off the road only truck at the moment. What is a contractor cap? Put a 24' camper behind it? I kinda wish I only had 35s, it would have been matched a little better and had more power. Sure, gas mileage is about 3mpg less, but who cares about that crap, it's not a Prius. I would like to go the most fual efficent route. We'll see, I'm satisfied with the offroadability of the Amigo for now, it gets me everywhere I want to, which I suppose is the most important thing.
We rarely use air con. I'd want a roller cam block or a retro cam. In overdrive it changes your axle ratio from 4. Looks like a nice clean swap! I think Ls swaps are cool too, more efficient, better drivability and make more power no doubt. I wondered if adding the airdam off an 87 wouldhelp? At this time I plan for a 700R4, keeping the 4. If at all possible, I would like to avoid paying a tuner to tune the truck twice.
Once I put the firm shift Tune in it, it was much better. But I've been increasingly grown more and more annoyed by it. God forbid you hammer it to pass someone and then back right off the throttle for some reason. Hopefully tomorow you will see the rest of my fuel setup. For example Hydroboost brakes---what parts are needed and what exactly needs to be done? The newer trucks are better, but are heavier. I get about 11mpg in the city, and about 13 on the highway.