Fixing Our 700hp Minivan with a Junkyard Transmission

Insta – Boostedboiz

PFISpeed

Street2track.net

Huxracing.com

Want to send us something?
Boostedboiz
PO Box 1357
Loveland, CO 80539

source

Author: phillyfinestnews

ANGELHOUSE © 2009 - 2020 | HOSTING BY PHILLYFINEST369 SERVER STATS| & THE IDIOTS ROBOT AND CONTROL INC. |(RSS FEED MODULE)| ALL YOUTUBE VIDEOS IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF GOOGLE INC. THE YOUTUBE CHANNELS AND BLOG FEEDS IS MANAGED BY THERE RIGHTFUL OWNERS (AVNBLOGFEED.COM)

45 thoughts on “Fixing Our 700hp Minivan with a Junkyard Transmission

  1. So I have. A 2004 Honda Odyssey that I’m turboing any ideas where I can get a tune fro the stock Ecuador’s only going to be running 6 psi

  2. Who cares with the trolls in the comments say screw the accord interior if it’s cold get your feet warm boosted boiz are doing big things

  3. Do you have the gear ring that comes off the open diff? the small one. I need one because mine is apparently damaged. lmk if you have an extra one

  4. I have enjoyed your videos!! My wife and I had a 1998 we bought brand new and owned it for 16 years and hit over 250K. I kept it meticulously serviced and used all Honda parts and Mobile1. The only real issue was with delayed shifts with that weak auto trans. I always thought that van would have made a fun and cool sleeper project. I have a bunch of NIB parts in my garage if you are interested and want to negotiate a deal. NIB and never installed Honda full security system, center console, hatch cover, fender protectors, cup holder pull out, etc… I also have a few spare parts I kept after service such the alternator, etc… I also have the factory spare and cover, tool kit and a Hidden Hitch and harness in excellent condition. If any of this sounds interesting send me a message.

  5. Hey Kyle new subscriber I watched all the hatch videos but you have to sort thru all the videos. Just a suggestion you should make playlist for each project car. Loving the channel keep it up, its making me want to go look for an old honda shell.

  6. after cracking it open and seeing its that mint i would have just taken the whole tranz home. I'm in swfl and its like 150$ for a unit

  7. This series on the Odyssey is great! I know with that kind of power it's a pain to shift but using shorter gears on that would make them last longer with all that weight you're pulling.

  8. kyle wake up!! wares the new video??? you got #390 followers here in Russia we are waiting for the new video?? hey' girls here in Moscow want a shot out from you send us one on your new video….hello from Moscow Россия…

  9. Hi guys. watching your progress with interest. Just a suggestion. try getting hold of some loctite master gasket. Its expensive an looks like purple toothpaste. Its the ideal product for jobs like joining your cases together. U only use a tiny amount and when u have joined your cases it only sets where it needs to seal. Any excess will wash away harmlessly into the gearbox oil. when u use rtv u end up with boogers of it sitting on the inside that can come loose and do alsorts of nasty things. Probly not so much in a gbox but like on a sump or any engine work like thermostat housings, tappet covers, timing covers etc etc its an amazing product. It works well on fasteners and hose ends screwed into engines for turbo drains or boost hoses and many more uses. In many cases you can eliminate the gasket altogether. Im not sponsored by loctite or anything like that but 25 years of spannering on engines and many other mechanical things, its a real goto sealant for me. Best of luck for your future.
    R from nz

  10. We're wisdom tooth buddies! I remember watching your video literally right after Fentanyl. Being on that substance was so depressing lol.

    What anesthetic did they use to put you under?

  11. Ha ha ha ha we did that just yesterday With the exhaust system with the exhaust manifold to get to the rear lower control arm out for my Cruz’s Honda

Comments are closed.