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"Totally Torqued" on The Historical past Channel Car Characteristic: 1971 Chevy C-10 Cheyenne - Pak Auto Services

“Totally Torqued” on The Historical past Channel Car Characteristic: 1971 Chevy C-10 Cheyenne

“Totally Torqued” on The Historical past Channel Car Characteristic: 1971 Chevy C-10 Cheyenne


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on March 24, 2022 at 9:27 am

(Picture/Summit Racing)

Steve Pazmany is a gearhead who needs to begin his personal sizzling rod store. He’s obtained the funds, he definitely has the fervour, however he wants some assist getting the store up and working. Happily Steve’s obtained Uncle ″Hen” Betts, an old-school rodder who occurs to be the nephew of pinstriper and customizer Kenny Howard—the legendary Von Dutch. Add within the occasional serving to hand from guys like Chip Foose, some cool autos, and a few TV cameras and also you’ve obtained “Totally Torqued” on The Historical past Channel.

In case you have cable and get The Historical past Channel, you’ll be able to watch “Totally Torqued” without spending a dime on Historical

The automobile tasks you’ll see on “Totally Torqued” cowl the spectrum from traditional Mustangs and Chevy vans to Lamborghinis, first-gen Broncos, and even a Buick Grand Nationwide with an LS swap.

Episode: Fortunate 21

Right here is the 1971 Chevy C-10 because it arrived on the Totally Torqued store. It was a very good runner with a reducing job and a set of good 10-spoke wheels. Beneath the three-tone and primer paint was a stable, rust-free physique. (Picture/Summit Racing)

Steve’s buddy Mike has a mostly-done 1971 C-10 Cheyenne brief mattress that he needs the Totally Torqued store to complete. The truck is a household mission, so Steve has Mike’s son, Brennan, work with Chip Foose to design a killer {custom} truck.

The twist? Mike is definitely having the C-10 constructed for his son’s twenty first birthday, so Brennan is de facto designing his personal truck.

Below the hood sat a small block 350 with an Edelbrock AVS carburetor on an aluminum consumption, headers, an HEI distributor, and finned aluminum valve covers. There was most likely a gentle cam in there, too. Judging from the state of the vacuum booster and grasp cylinder, the C-10 got here from the manufacturing facility with energy disc brakes. (Picture/Summit Racing)

Chip and Brennan got here up with a two-tone black and white paint job, and the Totally Torqued crew swapped out the truck’s small block 350 and Turbo 350 transmission for a Chevrolet Efficiency 452 horsepower 6.0L crate engine with FiTech Final LS gasoline injection and a Summit Racing™ GM 4L60E automated.

A lot better. Totally Torqued changed the 350 with six liters of Chevrolet Efficiency LS crate engine. Rated at 450 horsepower, the engine options LS3-style rectangular port cylinder heads and an LS6 hydraulic curler cam with .550″ of valve raise. Totally Torqued added a FiTech Final LS EFI system, a Holley accent drive system, and a bunch of Summit Racing elements together with a Professional LS oil pan, conversion radiator equipment, and valve covers; forged iron exhaust manifolds; high-output ignition coils; and ignition wires. Backing the LS is a Summit Racing 4L60E automated with a Professional LS torque converter. (Picture/Summit Racing)

The C-10 was arrange with an airbag suspension and a set of custom-made Foose 20 inch wheels on Michelin Pilot 4 SUV tires. The inside was upgraded with a Classic Air local weather management system, Intellitronix digital gauges, and loads of Dynamat and Dynaliner to maintain the cab moderately quiet.

Fairly a change, isn’t it? Brennan and Chip knocked it out of the park with that paint scheme, and the 20 inch Foose Nitrous wheels on Michelin Pilot 3 rubber enhances it properly (these Foose Legend Collection Wheels are an in depth match to the Nitrous wheels). An airbag setup gives the right angle. The two.5 inch exhaust system peeking out from in entrance of the rear wheels was constructed utilizing Summit Racing chrome steel Rod Builder and H-pipe kits and Magnaflow mufflers. These Vibrant Efficiency exhaust ideas are dead-ringers for those on the C-10. (Picture/Summit Racing)

Look over the elements checklist under and watch the episode to see what Steve and Hen put collectively for a well-deserving household.

The C-10’s inside follows the outside paint scheme. The inventory gauges had been changed with a full set of Intellitronix analog-style digital gauges set in a alternative panel. That’s a Summit Racing billet aluminum steering wheel sitting on a manufacturing facility tilt steering column. (Picture/Summit Racing)




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