In this update, we’re stripping down and inspecting this old 5.3 to see if it’s a good candidate for this build. I hope it is!
Finally, I can tell you about the project that I’ve been planning in my head and wanting to build ever since I finished my LS3 Miata! So here it is and I invite you to come along with me as we add some serious pick up to this umm..pickup. Thanks for watching!
In this update on my 1992 Autozam AZ-1, we put it all back together and see if it’ll run! Man, I can’t wait to drive this little beast again, the downtime has been a real bummer. Thanks for watching!
I’m finally a truck owner! Here is my new 2002 Toyota Tacoma Xtra Cab in the scorching Radiant Red color. Here’s a little video intro and test drive, be on the lookout for more on this little truck in the future!
In this Autozam AZ-1 update, work continues on the clutch swap and other small, related jobs. The star of this show is clearly all of the shiny new bits arriving from Japan. I hope you enjoy the video and thank you for watching!
In this video update I’ll break down the cost and timeline for Project Thunderbolt, my LS3 V8 Miata build. It was an awesome journey and I’m glad that I could share it all with you. As soon as the weather improves I’ll be posting more video updates on Thunderbolt, so be sure to look out for that. Thanks for watching!
If you’d like to see a list of the parts used for this project, I have that posted on my website at http://www.v8mazda.com
In this video update, now that we have the AZ-1 engine and transmission sitting on the ground, we can tear into it and find out exactly why that clutch won’t disengage. No spoilers here, but I can say that I’ve personally never seen anything quite like this!
The other day this big box of joy arrived from Japan. Inside is a quite rare and quite awesome exhaust for my 1992 Autozam AZ-1.
Hi All, in case you haven’t seen it, Project Street Sleeper (my 1991 Mitsubishi Galant VR-4) recently received a bunch of fresh upgrades! Here’s the start of the series, that currently includes 10 parts of Mitsu-wrenching fun. Thank you for checking it out!
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