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Today we'll make engine mounts for our 4.6 liter V-8 that's going into Project Rolling Thunder and we're making some more room under the hood to house our new stable of 300 plus horses. (17:18)
It’s the final payoff for both our 1971 C-10 and ’06 GMC Sierra! We’ve finished all the modifications and upgrades and we’re giving them one last test drive. Then we’re traveling to Idaho to check out Bully Dog Performance!
The day has finally come! Project Rolling Thunder hits the racetrack! After nearly two and a half years of hard work, we’re at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville and tearing it up with our supercharged street and track Ranger!
We’re cleaning up the interior and protecting the exterior on Project Super Dually! Inside, we’re reviving the door panels and adding new carpet then, on the outside, we adding some serious custom built bumpers!
We’re back on Project Super Dually! We’re adding running lights and, getting our Ford head and tail lights to operate using our Dodge wiring harness!
We’re adding a kit to improve the shifting in our 2006 GMC Sierra, and this time, we’re not taking the transmission out of the truck! Then it’s a new coat of paint and racing stripes for Rolling Thunder.
Today, we’re adding more horsepower and torque to our 1971 C-10’s transplanted LQ4 engine by swapping out the cam! And, we’re upgrading the valve train to take advantage of our new found power.
We’re upgrading to disc brakes on our 1971 C-10. Then we’re painting our new doors and doing a little bodywork to cover up the old gas hole.
We’re putting our supercharged 4.6 “Aluminator” powered Ranger on the dyno for some engine tuning and to see just how much big power we’re making with Project Rolling Thunder!
We’re showing you how to rebuild a limited slip differential and, how to convert your vintage Chevy side windows to one piece glass!
Today, we’re adding new truck arms, lowering springs, sway bars and rebuilding our front control arms on our 1971 Chevy C-10!