Didn't see him running a draw through system Mikey. When did Lou break a record with one of them?
The only thing I saw was about a 65 Chevelle (sp) and a 396 Nova.I believe that the turbo Nova I sent you a link to was a draw through.
At one time, Lou had the quickest Turbo Buick in the nation. I gotta be careful here or Lou will owe me lunch for all the nut hugging I'm doing.
Yep I was involved with turbocharging since 1973 my first attempt was with a 230 cu.in. 6 cly Chevelle later evolved into a TT v/8 using carberuators & draw through technology for its time. When Buick came along with all the advancements I really got excited, Computer controlled,inter cooled, distributor less ignition. These cars have it all & still till today are relevant & can hold their own. .
You guys in Cali need to rustle up some work for Lou to keep him occupied as he is not only dribbling in the Political forum, he is now picking on a defenseless chicken that did no harm but drive his GN like it should be driven.
After doing a great job on his own '57 Chevy, he needs a bigger challenge than a mean-chicken GN that he knows inside out.
If you cannot find some turbo cars for him, maybe some Mustangs, or even worse Corvettes?
Chicken, I think you need a group hug, What would life be without your antics to break up the monotony. With your coup out of commission the kill section is boring .So hurtful...
I'm going to file a hurt feelings report and petition to have this thread banished from site due to hate speech against meanchickens...
You need to visit the B4black section more then Lou.Yep I was involved with turbocharging since 1973 my first attempt was with a 230 cu.in. 6 cly Chevelle later evolved into a TT v/8 using carberuators & draw through technology for its time. When Buick came along with all the advancements I really got excited, Computer controlled,inter cooled, distributor less ignition. These cars have it all & still till today are relevant & can hold their own. .
This is the so called billet overdrive drum that failed as can be seen the manufacturer merely replaced the center of the original part with a piece that was welded & the welds broke. Because of that it's actually weaker that the original . The problem that it was suppose to solve was cracking in the splines. I don't fault the builder nor the supplier this is a manufacturing blunder. You cant weld unto a case hardened part & expect it to last.The problems have been hard parts failing this latest problem is a so called billet overdrive drum. There is no such thing as a true billet part they are half billet & half stock & welded to gather so now they are breaking at the welds. Since the trans shifts correctly & there isn't any soft part damage I can't blame the builder plus there are several things involving R&D that have been tried. Other than the initial cost of the build the chicken is only being charged cost & not being violated. I am doing the R&R at no cost. In other words not profiting on the chickens misfortunes. As for his female tendencies I have no say in that & unable to be of any assistance.
It was before he hatched out Lou.Mike are you insinuating that the chicken has a heavy claw, or perhaps some emotional issues that are forcing some sort of instability that can only be remedied by going somewhere for a happy ending. I wonder when is the last time he got laid