FULL BUILD: Converting a Silverado Work Horse Into a Mean Street Truck - "Senior Silverado"

The Truck Tech team took the 350 in a 260,000 mile Chevy out and replaced with a 383 Stroker crate short block, hot cam and new EFI.

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  • What is the cost to lower the truck? Thanks . Outstanding video #1

    Walter CardenasWalter CardenasSaatler önce
  • Awesome job guys!!!👍👏👏👏👏😊 But you could have just my truck for this build, just to show everyone. But then I'd want it back! 😊🤣🤣🤣 These are the greatest trucks, easy to work on and every thing is plentiful for it..

    Nonameisthename 1Nonameisthename 14 saatler önce
  • any truck with a name like that is OK

    Greg SilveradoGreg Silverado11 saatler önce
  • No one: People in SA: 👀👀👀

    SkaterBoiJoeySkaterBoiJoey16 saatler önce
  • Best chevy truck ever

    Lino VieiraLino Vieira16 saatler önce
  • I watched this entire video and I got to say my OCD is actin up bc yall didnt touch the interior. Nice truck but the worn out tan interior looks terrible imo

    MrKKUT1984MrKKUT198421 saatler önce
  • Truthfully I like the old paint job quite a bit more than the new one. In general I like the factory aesthetics but especially the old paint job.

    Brandon CallahanBrandon CallahanGün önce
  • Anyone know the paint code ?

    Oscar MejiaOscar MejiaGün önce
  • Sure would like to see some links, where these replacement parts came from....Thanks....very informative, and straight forward video.

    tootallmaninfloridatootallmaninfloridaGün önce
  • You’d think Ryan was Chris Evans brother lol

    Paul CabinatanPaul CabinatanGün önce
  • A little bit of carb/brake clean goes a long ways!! I'd be cleaning every surface before reinstalling any of the parts especially if o-rings and electrical connectors are involved!!

    Brandon BoultierBrandon BoultierGün önce
  • La mamalona cuh

    Manuel MendezManuel MendezGün önce
  • If your brakes look like that they work. The grooves mean there is more surface area . Henceforth more braking force. You're welcome.

    chronic bulletschronic bulletsGün önce
  • Man o man if I had a shop or lean to with a lift life would be good but most of us hot rodders get to sit on the ground to do our mods and maintenance.

    vera fritzvera fritzGün önce
  • well the bolts looked good but they were a bit dirty ..so we replaced the entire front end ..jk love your videos

    Whatdya Know Whatdya SayWhatdya Know Whatdya SayGün önce
  • We're in good shape

    David RodriguezDavid RodriguezGün önce
  • Awesome!

    GowdaflowGowdaflow2 gün önce
  • Practical. Great format- don’t change a thing but please more builds like this!!!!! Fixing up a c4 vette could be cool. They’re plentiful and come in a huge range of conditions.

    Nick _Nick _2 gün önce
  • He had his face like 3 inches from the brake drum springs and wasn't even wearing safety glasses...

    denzal689denzal6892 gün önce
  • Californian trucks don’t rust that much js

    j Alvarezj Alvarez2 gün önce
  • Wow, covered it all. Impressive. Especially since I am starting the same exact 91 Chevy project, same motor (expt a 3 speed). I will try, but it may take me a bit longer than 2:16 minutes. It may take me that long to find my 10mm socket. Great video bro!!

    GetsumJGetsumJ2 gün önce
  • I'll never rely on C-Clips to retain my axles again. Bad idea. I learned the hard way, and broke an axle near the splines during a hard launch. The broken axle then slid out out, obviously with the tire still bolted on, and was like a giant 60 pound metal weed whacker, spinning wildly around, that then carved a huge hole in my passenger door as it hit it. It was weird, the axle and tire came out with absolutely NO body damage and ended up about 50 feet away, still spinning around like mad. Then it slowly made a bee-line for my door, like it wanted to teach me a lesson, and tore up my door. The door wasn't flimsy sheet metal like todays vehicles either, It was an '81 Monte Carlo, thick door metal, and the end of the spinning around axle tore through it like it was made of paper. I couldn't imagine what would have happened if it hit a person behind the knees while it was swinging around at 1000 RPMs. It was a 10" wide rim with a large tire on it, and that thing had some pent-up energy stored in it while it was spinning around like it was. Good bye legs probably would have been the result. I consider C-Clip Eliminators a must do on anything with some horsepower. If you are tearing into the rear-end anyway, it isn't that much more work to do it right, and install the positive retention devices to do away with the C-Clips. The rear-end in my car was a GM, 8.5",10-Bolt, out of a Grand National, with a factory limited slip.

    Dave MicolichekDave Micolichek3 gün önce
  • I have enjoyed this 10000000X better than the 15min normal episodes, then take 15min to find part 2, part 3, ext ... LOVE IT!

    TRW WoodallTRW Woodall3 gün önce
  • Why would you remove the chevy badge 😭😭😭

    jace samfordjace samford3 gün önce
  • how much tjose trucks go around for?

    Bernardo OsegueraBernardo Oseguera3 gün önce
  • Это че западлу было помыть датчик скорости..... Пипец

    RetunerB RetRetunerB Ret3 gün önce
  • Awesome episode thank you

    Julian CeballosJulian Ceballos3 gün önce
  • What do you do with the wheels and tires you take off? Might be interested.

    Tony LeBlancTony LeBlanc3 gün önce
  • la mamalona cuh

    OT chicoOT chico4 gün önce
  • Never understood "race trucks". Cars are for going fast, trucks are for doing work. What's the point??

    wjsj69wjsj694 gün önce
  • Just had a 3k short block lying around

    Frank LastFrank Last4 gün önce
  • 29:57 Chris fix reference ?

    Wale AlizWale Aliz4 gün önce
  • They did all that hard work and left the easy job undone. That worn out interior is begging to be redone. You could but bucket seats and a center console in for cheap. New carpet and try a little bit of creative door panels. That's too nice of a looking truck to have a ratty interior.

    Richard Contini JrRichard Contini Jr4 gün önce
  • Take a drink every time Ryan says "we're in good shape".

    TribbleBotTribbleBot4 gün önce
  • I have 97. Silverado Chevrolet I like

    Cruz CarlosCruz Carlos4 gün önce
  • Big time saver... Don't touch the spider gears... you don't have to.

    Tom UpchurchTom Upchurch5 gün önce
  • Ok we hate burnouts

    Rs500ybdRs500ybd5 gün önce
  • Who watches this for 2 hour

    Richard PerezRichard Perez5 gün önce
  • I like it besides the lowering kit.

    Toad PhillipsToad Phillips5 gün önce
  • Those welds

    Jake SmithJake Smith5 gün önce
  • I have one of these trucks and those brakes aren’t good enouoh for stock power 😂. With that setup I’d get a badass set of brembos before I put an exhaust on that thing. Great truck but mine isn’t made for over a hundred mph.

    Nicholstop :Nicholstop :5 gün önce
  • That exhaust looks like ass to me. Cut it back and put turn downs I would rather not see it.

    Brad HowellBrad Howell6 gün önce
  • They made it much easier to haul leaves. Way to make a el camino out of a cul-de-sac pickup.

    Slim LightSlim Light6 gün önce
  • Those wheels and tires are poop

    krvnjrcbskrvnjrcbs6 gün önce
  • I watched every bit and even some rewinded parts and must say, real pro stuff, no nonsense no wasted time. If I could give you ten likes it still wouldn't be enough. My '89 K3500 454/TH400/4.11, now has some mods to look forward to! Thanks guys

    Robert PaulisRobert Paulis6 gün önce
  • The way you said truck sounded like turd... LOL

    Billy McFugginBilly McFuggin7 gün önce
  • Picked up a silverado for cheap with a quarter million miles and no rust? I'm already lost.

    Tommy MayesTommy Mayes7 gün önce
    • No rust?? That truck was well protected!

      Vegito Fan92Vegito Fan925 gün önce
  • Drop a 6.2 in it and spent the rest in body /chassis work.. goodbye lol

    J.SkemezJ.Skemez7 gün önce
  • Tbvmt

    Carm MartinezCarm Martinez7 gün önce
  • Where my takuaches at

    LupeLupe7 gün önce
  • This was great

    Mike McPhersonMike McPherson7 gün önce
  • Awesome vid. I feel like a lot of the mechanical stuff is pretty straight forward but the body and paint stuff isn't for me. I'm not sure I'm quite ready to do it myself but this really gave me more info than I had before.

    Rory SchererRory Scherer8 gün önce
  • Looks like a 2 hour and 16 minute truck movie project. Those lads are great for Hollywood if they got the parts as street powerhouse car and truck mechanics or car restorators.

    Sharptooth100Sharptooth1008 gün önce
  • Am I the only one that closes their eyes and turns their head when watching someone weld on TRvision? It's involuntary.

    Chad WahlsChad Wahls8 gün önce
    • lol i did the same thing, also i wonder why they chose a y pipe instead of an x or h mid-pipe

      MyKeno18MyKeno187 gün önce
  • Probably just needed to flip the air cleaner lid. It was a good laugh watching you do all that work. Merry Christmas

    worldwar11worldwar118 gün önce
  • And on this episode of where quarantine brought me

    Noootellla _Noootellla _8 gün önce
  • No quema cuh

    Jared dominguezJared dominguez8 gün önce
  • Fake news I bought the paint for a honda crx that shit costed 550 bucks

    Brenden WestbrookBrenden Westbrook8 gün önce
  • Out of all the front end work, didnt replace the dust caps. Small but annoying thing to see

    Mason WengelerMason Wengeler9 gün önce
  • I hate when they massacre these trucks with a roll pan and cowl hood.... it's not 2003 anymore. A nice paint job and stock look would look much better and preserve the look of the truck.

    TexasTakeoverTexasTakeover10 gün önce
  • TURD? i$N]T THAT THE DEFINITION OF GM? BTW I grew up in a GM family ....Traitor$ in $OOO many way$.

    Charles AngellCharles Angell10 gün önce
  • nevermind the fine alumnium dust by drilling and sanding that pcv hole. soapy water would have been good

    Steve HSteve H10 gün önce
  • What was the conversion cost?

    Glenn LeBoeufGlenn LeBoeuf11 gün önce
  • I dig it - but it would have looked better murdered out all black :)

    Nicholas BrownNicholas Brown11 gün önce
  • This is like an entire season of this show.

    hurrima durrhurrima durr11 gün önce
    • Quality ain't it

      Mitch VSMitch VS10 gün önce
  • *Hidden gem in this video is the Transmission rebuild portion. Make it a separate video!!!!!*

    JohnJohn11 gün önce
  • Why are you concerned about saving the old brake fluid in the system? Why wouldn’t you flush it?

    Mark SMark S11 gün önce
  • I know that clean trans fluid is a good thing so when you take your finger and lube the oring with the dirty housing fluid that was bad . I also don't know why you didn't clean the area before you take out the speed sensor? Just curious.

    jeffboyer39jeffboyer3911 gün önce
  • i dont know why but your videos looks like they are from 2010 bcz they are interlaced 1080i and not 1080p

    Marco VegaMarco Vega11 gün önce
  • I feel like this is a dumb question but how hard would it be to just swap all the brakes to disk brakes

    Corrupt_kalebr22Corrupt_kalebr2211 gün önce
FULL BUILD: Converting a Silverado Work Horse Into a Mean Street Truck - "Senior Silverado"