Project No-Name: Blown LS Engine Build V3.0

Building A Blown LS On our Project 1966 Chevelle, we've dubbed it Version 3.0 since this is really the third major round of upgrades for the car. The very first time we upgraded the engine was over 10 years ago when we rebuilt the 454 BBC that came in the car. The second time around was four years ago when we ditched the BBC and went with a built LS3. In all honesty, the … [Read more...]

Keepin’ Tabs: Installing Dakota Digital Odyssey Air Pressure Gauge

Installing Dakota Digital's Odyssey Air Pressure Monitor Project No-Name, our 1966 Chevelle has been on air ride suspension for almost 20 years now. When we first put it on bags we used manual valves which are easy to plumb in manual gauges to see the pressures at each corner. With those we were able to raise the car and pretty accurately have it at the same level every time … [Read more...]

Video: Unboxing TorqStorm SuperCharger

TorqStorm LS Supercharger Unboxing On our Project No-Name 1966 Chevelle, we've been building a new engine for it. One of the key components for this build was a nice blower to help us achieve good power without breaking the bank. How we plan on accomplishing that is by utilizing a TorqStorm supercharger kit. Now you can buy the supercharger all by itself to use with your … [Read more...]

Borgeson Install: Why Grand Cherokee Steering Boxes Aren’t Worth It!

Borgeson Install: Why Grand Cherokee Steering Boxes Aren't Worth It! Recently we've been doing some upgrades on our Project No Name Chevelle. One thing we had to do was adjust the turn signal switch and clearance the column a tiny bit as it was catching the hub adapter. It was at that point we noticed the amount of slop in the gear box. Then it hit us, this is the same power … [Read more...]

Project No-Name: Resurrecting The Chevelle V3.0

Chevelle Version 3.0 2020 has been a wild year for everybody. No need to go into details there, we all know them. One positive thing that has come along with no car shows has been more time at home. You see, normally we are gone most the summer attending and covering different events for y'all. This summer everything is cancelled, leaving us at home with an irresistible itch … [Read more...]

Stock To Style: Installing Clayton Machine Works Handles

Clayton Machine Works Window Cranks and Door Handles After our 1966 Chevelle Wagon project was up and running, we decided to take a little break from it and work on some other projects. One of my being our 1966 Chevelle coupe. If you remember a few years ago we built a brand new LS3 stroker for it, swapped in a bunch of other parts and took the car on Power Tour. One thing we … [Read more...]