Beautiful looking area to wheel. Where were you wheeling- still in ID?
It definitely is! This is down at Pittsburgh Landing, ID. Its always been a fun trip every year but I do wish the trail was a little more challenging in some spots. Its a very narrow trail with a long ways to the bottom so you have to really watch what you're doing so you don't roll off the edge. We had one guy roll off the edge one year and thankfully one of the only bushes on the mountain side stopped him from going all the way to the bottom. :shaking:Beautiful looking area to wheel. Where were you wheeling- still in ID?
Thank You! Well it's already good built 383 that I built more for low end torque so there's nothing that I will end up changing on the engine since It works really well for its application. I do have a more aggressive build on the engine in my mustang and I recently put fuel injection on that about a year ago and it seems to be a little more challenging to tune vs this engine but I think a lot of that has to do with the 2 fuel injection systems being from different companies. Holley has definitely done a nice job with the self learn on there new sniper system. The sniper system has been a lot easier to tune.Awesome build! Keep up the great info. Do you plan on doing any other engine mods, like cams? I'm interested to see how the EFI system would learn /perform with other engines mods over using a stock TBI system with a tune.
now thats bad ass must post pics for sure !!! i want a square body cclb but no clean ones in michigan need to go south or westThanks! This is my temporary tow rig. I just got all my parts to start building my 1986 CCLB chevy with a twin turbo cummins, nv4500, np205, and super duty axles.