Hot Rod Magazine’s Crusher Camaro gets LS Power Live at PRI
Holley is pleased to announce its involvement with an upcoming live filming of Hot Rod Magazine’s Roadkill Youtube show at the 2014 PRI trade show in Indianapolis, Indiana. During the show Roadkill stars David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan will be updating their Crusher Camaro with modern LS power with parts from Holley.
Taking place December 12-14th, 2013, the live episode will follow Freiburger and Finnegan as they remove the Crusher Camaro’s Weiand supercharged and Holley carbureted big block Chevrolet engine and replace it with a 700 horsepower 427 cubic inch LS7 engine from Mast Motorsports. The fun doesn’t stop there, as the engine will be sporting a number of power producing products, such as Holley’s EFI Hi-Ram intake complete with a 2 x 4150 top and two 1,000 CFM billet throttle bodies. Holley is also supporting the project with fuel system products. Fuel and air mixture will be controlled by none other than 21st century Holley EFI engine management.
Hooker Headers will also be participating in this engine swap. They will be providing their full LS swap headers and exhaust for first generation Camaros and Firebirds.
Quarter mile times and MPGs have already been established with the Crusher’s supercharged BBC setup. Following the LS install, the Crusher will then be driven back to its home in California where MPGs and elapsed times will be compared.
Make sure to tune in to the live episode starting December 12th at the following link: www.youtube.com/motortrend
In the meantime, Holley has given Freiburger the keys to their Facebook page, so log on to www.facebook.com/holleyperformance for updates on the project as it heads toward PRI.
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