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Tech Thursday: C6 Intake K&N install

Intake Why Mod? Modifying your intake, or cold air intake, is a relatively inexpensive, easy way to gain some horsepower. Make no mistake, this will not result in 50% more horsepower, at best around 5%. But it doesn’t cost too much (most complete intake systems cost less than $500) and can be a fun, quick […] More »

  Comments | By - September 12, 2013

Breathing Easy: 1CoolC2’s Gorgeous Custom Intake!

There are plenty of classics which look like the last stop on their assembly line was a time machine. And without question, they’re gorgeous. But properly fusing past and present can be even trickier and 1CoolC2 has totally pulled it off with his ’67 C2. In addition to swapping the original mill for an LS7, […] More »

  Comments | By - August 5, 2011

Remove AIR Injector Tubes Without Removing Manifolds

I have some advice on pulling out the tubes that are inside the manifold without having to remove the manifolds. You will need a fairly strong, yet thin wire (coat hanger is [i]almost[/i] too thick). Bend a very tight \’U\’ in the end of the wire, with the distance from the bottom of the U […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

Idle Air Control (IAC) Valve for LT1 and LT4

This is from the 1994 GM Factory Serive Manual, Book 2: IDLE AIR CONTROL (IAC) VALVE Remove or Disconnect 1. Electrical connector from IAC valve. 2. IAC valve assembly attaching screws. 3. IAC valve assembly. NOTICE: On IAC valves that have been in service: Do not push or pull on the IAC valve pintle. The […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

ProFlow Install

The Pro Flow+ came with everything needed in one big box. The ABS shroud is OEM quality with a textured finish and smooth rounded edges. The instructions are excellent and even include a template for cutting your radiator shroud. The kit also includes a K&N filter, recharge kit and all the clamps and screws needed. […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

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