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Put new pics and vids with the K5 body

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by white_knight, Feb 21, 2002.

  1. white_knight

    white_knight 1/2 ton status

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    on the site on the original Knight page.Check it out



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  2. mudhog

    mudhog THEGAME Staff Member Super Moderator

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    very cool videos[​IMG] and a very well put together site[​IMG]

    wheeling pics
     
  3. 84_Chevy_K10

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    Where are the videos?

    We watched all the videos that were on there yesterday at school. My whole autos class loved it!! I really like your rig.

    In the videos I saw, it still had the K5 body and it had the 38x11 Boggers on it. What motor with what exhaust was on it then? It sounded like straight pipes!! :)

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    '84 Chevy K10, lifted, loud, fast, and 3/4 ton axles
     
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    ahh now theres a beefy K5 for sure. Nice vids

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  5. white_knight

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    Thanks guys

    There are a few vids with the 38.5x11" boggers, 305- 3" exhaust ( that's the sound you're hearing)

    The there are a couple with the 468 and 44's. The one with the 44's are just putting . I don't have any vids with me hamering it, but I'll make sure I got some this summer.

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    You sure hammered that 305 pretty hard. Sounds like me when I'm in the woods.

    Idle in, valve float out.

    Tim
    '84 Chevy K10, lifted, loud, fast, and 3/4 ton axles
     
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    So what color was the orignal Kinght anyways? From the name i am guessing white, from the pics i am guessing black and brown???!!!!?!?!?!

    When all else fails... Check the blinker fluid.
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    I'm offended by the name 'white knight'. [​IMG] Maybe you could change it to 'translucent knight'? [​IMG]

    sorry...that still cracks me up...lol!

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    It's white except when being used.

    Then it darkens [​IMG]

    that should take care of any offensive colours [​IMG]




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    hey white...
    ??? for ya...
    What cam do you have in your 468?
    My 468 seems slugish off the line... I know it could do better...
    Have a holly 650, performer intake, headers 3 inch exhaust... all the outside stuff.... but the cam must be the problem... do you know the grind on your cam?
     
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    It's a comp energy cam with a 555 lift.
    Maybe you should look at getting a bigger carb. Your carb is way too small. Pick up an 850 or a q-jet. We're running a big block q-jet.Ours is only a 730 but we could use more.

    What compression are you running at? Are you rollered?what kind of lifters are you using.?

    I really think changing to a bigger carb would solve a lot of the problem.

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    I've got a 600 on my small block and could go bigger. I agree...you prolly need a bigger carb.

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  13. you gotta put a k5 body on that beast again!!!! bad ass! [​IMG]
    does everyone in your wheelin group run 44s now?! must be like the standard tire up in your neck of the woods.

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    hey white...
    I believe the compression is only 8.2 to 1... the guy wanted no problems with cheap gas...
    so you think a bigger carb will do the trick? what about a better cam... i bleieve mine is only 216? or 260?
     
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    Sounds like a stock big block
    You could try the carb or build the engine.

    Blue beast- we've got a few 44's [​IMG]

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