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Jump to new posts Re: when you have a car payment,,,,,,,,, by rocksmopar @ 01/11/18 09:17 AM

What about the AWD Challenger? Is it good in the winter weather?
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Jump to new posts Re: "70 Cuda ECS by Morty426 @ 01/11/18 09:17 AM

Originally Posted By floorit426Thank, those help, a lot. I guess, in addition to the separator, I will need that shield. Are those repopped? Not sure if they are and they are different between 70 and 71.
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Jump to new posts Re: Power Port 240 TF porting results Flow Tech 2 by pittsburghracer @ 01/11/18 09:15 AM

I've said it once and I will say it again. Without before and after numbers on the same flowbench there's always that BIG question mark at the end. I understand time is money and BIG numbers gets you more work but I like to do the math myself to judg
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Jump to new posts Re: Fuel Line Size? by babarracuda @ 01/11/18 09:15 AM

When I raced my 360 with 12/1 compression. I never had a problem with running out if fuel unless I forgot to turn on the electric pump If I forgot to turn it on. I would run out of gas around 800'. I loved the mechanical/electric combo. Never had a p
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Jump to new posts Re: Engine builders using Icon pistons by jwb123 @ 01/11/18 09:11 AM

I build 5 or so engines a year. I have used the Icon pistons with no issues. I think the main thing is to ask what alloy the pistons you are buying are made of. the two most common alloys are the 2618 and 4032. If I remember right the 4032 has so
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Jump to new posts Re: 67 B-body windshield wiper question by 68Cbarge @ 01/11/18 09:00 AM

Yes they would have been factory installed up to late 1967 all cars depending on supply/demand and assembly plant location. New Federal Laws in 1968 required wiper blades and arms to be "anti-glare" and tha Air-foil blades like you are sho
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Jump to new posts Re: "70 Cuda ECS by floorit426 @ 01/11/18 08:56 AM

Thank, those help, a lot. I guess, in addition to the separator, I will need that shield. Are those repopped?
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Jump to new posts Re: 84 Four Door Olds sells for $23,650 Mecum by Satilite73 @ 01/11/18 08:46 AM

My Aunt bought a low mileage '84 back about 1990. She LOVED that car. About 5 yrs into owning it, everything vacuum related under hood started to disintegrate. The mechanic she chose to replace the miles of vacuum lines and fittings made a mess of
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Jump to new posts Re: Scary Cheap Parts on Rock Auto by EV2Bird @ 01/11/18 08:24 AM

You might watch ebay for your pump, I can get $400 real oem pumps for $75 at times. Originally Posted By buildanotherI've noticed some cheap priced front end parts as well as a large range of brake pad and shock absorber choices, alot! for my 03
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Jump to new posts Re: Fuel Line Size? by dynamite @ 01/11/18 08:23 AM

I can only speak of my own experience. 493 stroker 3/8 fuel line Carter Mechanical pump...backed up by an electric fuel boost pump, on a separate switch only used for 1/4 mile runs..more than once I made TNT passes forgot about the boost pump..shi
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Jump to new posts Re: WHAT HP GEAR AND CONVERTER A NEED FOR RACE AXLES by an8sec70cuda @ 01/11/18 08:18 AM

My '71 Demon was raced for years w/ a 340 running 7.40s in the 1/8 w/ stock axles in the 8.75. They still look great. Not sure on the weight, but nothing was removed from the car...all steel and full interior. I feel very confident this motor was mak
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Jump to new posts Rallye Wheels by Claudia @ 01/11/18 08:17 AM

Rallye Wheels Set of four - Part #2944252 14" (large bolt pattern 5 x 4.5") Come with trim rings and lug nuts (no center caps). Front Tires: P195 / 75R14 / Rear Tires: P235 / 60R14 $300.00
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Jump to new posts Misc Parts by Claudia @ 01/11/18 08:13 AM

Rally Wheels Set of four - Part #2944252 14" (large bolt pattern 5 x 4.5") Come with trim rings and lug nuts (no center caps). Front Tires: P195 / 75R14 / Rear Tires: P235 / 60R14 $300.00 Body Shims Only have two for body, doors, fenders .
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fwiw we ran stock spline Dutchman axles with pretty good success, but they did end up twisting. Of course then we were stuck with a decision upgrade that left four different gear combos useless without new spools. It was at that point I sold all the
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Jump to new posts Re: Standard Steel Rim Lug Nut Plating by B5Cuda440-6 @ 01/11/18 08:07 AM

Thanks dragon slayer. That is exactly what I was wanting to confirm. Does the copper plating on the nut look the same as the stud? It looks like the nut is a little darker or dull. Might just be from age, however. Hard to see with the lighting in yo
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This is a cool idea up our way Jim. Due to both of our cold climates, 1/2 of the year these cars need good storage. Insurance may still be an issue as you mentioned but maybe there's a way around it with people providing their own..?? http://port
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So rad. Can you make part of it into an apartment and just live there? assuming the lady agrees to let your house go?
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The big problem with that is insurance, I have been looking into the rates and it is out of my league...
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Jump to new posts Re: Running 1/2 inch fuel line by onig @ 01/11/18 07:56 AM

Originally Posted By WHITEDARTThis is 5/8 What are the two other lines for? Is there a cooler setup in the rear.
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Jump to new posts Re: Project Zoom Me by 590 Challenger @ 01/11/18 07:45 AM

Yeah thanks, I couldn't get the imgur oic thing working right yesterday
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Jump to new posts Re: Fuel Line Size? by Mr T2U @ 01/11/18 07:33 AM

more than you can think. my friend has a 08 gt500 that makes 800rwhp on 5/16" stock fuel line.
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Originally Posted By BradHI believe he's using checking springs that are too soft for flow bench testing. That would explain the pattern I've seen where all his posted flow tests have abnormally high low-lift intake #s. Could not agree more. One g
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Jump to new posts Re: 383 Pistons by 6PakBee @ 01/11/18 07:24 AM

Originally Posted By mike s1.920 cd flat top 1/16-1/16-3/16 ring pack valve notches accumulater groove 4032 alloy std 1.094 pin,press or float with forced pin oiling What's not modern? When the summer comes, I'm going to take a close look at thes
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Jump to new posts Re: Metallurgical engineers by 6PakBee @ 01/11/18 07:21 AM

Originally Posted By cudaman1969Ok, build up the outer edge 1/8 inch so the ring will fit. 3/8" wide. I have no idea what type of steel, whatever's common for an aftermarket blow proof wheel, sliced off of a bar is my guess. I would add the weld
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Jump to new posts Re: Leaky transfer case by SALEM1912 @ 01/11/18 07:20 AM

Where is it wet? Is it a leak or just appear wet. If the truck has been sitting the seal may be dry and might seal better if some miles are put on. If it is between the trans and T/case it maybe a rear trans seal not the t/case. Just some idea's to l
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