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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
Jump to new posts Re: School me on BB topside oiling by 383man @ 10/13/18 11:03 PM

If you have stock oiling I would do like Dwayne said and bolt them on. Mine is stock oiling with high volume pump and 1/2" pickup but all stock oiling other then that. I use roller tip Hughes rockers that are not needle bearings at the shaft an
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Jump to new posts Re: towing situation, guidance needed by RapidRobert @ 10/13/18 10:47 PM

Originally Posted By Doc FiberglassRR .. I gots a deal ferr u .... You parting it out ? Does the frig work ? Does it have front disc brakes ? Save those parts and I will pay for that toe ! Doc talk to me!
Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
Jump to new posts Re: Anybody have a summit code to share? by pittsburghracer @ 10/13/18 09:24 PM

I and others will probably be able to grab some codes this week at Norwalk. The trailer is already set up for later in the week. I will start a post in 8-9 days when I get home.
Corners Are Best - Handling Tech
I’m pretty happy with mine, helped clean up the engine compartment. I think I have 11/16” wheel cylinders, 11” drums with a 1 1/32” master on mine with Baer 14” rotors up front. The fronts lock before the rears without too much adjustment.
Gen III Hemi Tech
Jump to new posts Re: Beating on your high mileage stock Hemi by HotRodDave @ 10/13/18 07:32 PM

unfortunately no tracks around here but I have torn apart a bunch of these engines and unless they never got oil changes or were over heated they look nearly new even with 300,000 miles on them. My own 2011 the cam went bad when a roller lifter quit
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Jump to new posts Re: Converter to Crank Pilot fit by Transman @ 10/13/18 05:36 PM

By design - all the old RWD converters are supposed to be bottomed out in the crank pilot. All FWD designs are floating pilot which means they are not supposed to be bottomed out in need the crank pocket. They are called floating. When installing
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Jump to new posts Re: Are you ready for Teslaquila? by slantzilla @ 10/13/18 05:26 PM

Put down a deposit and wait for production to start?
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Jump to new posts Re: RE-CONE FACTORY SPEAKERS by 71birdJ68 @ 10/13/18 04:46 PM

The reason I said watch youtube is that several companies that offer the kits have their name and contact info on the video.
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Jump to new posts Re: Modern Bullitt build by larry4406 @ 10/13/18 04:29 PM

Pat - hope all is well! We need our fix!
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Jump to new posts Re: Source for seat belt winders by dart4forte @ 10/13/18 04:24 PM

Originally Posted By Hemi_Joel This is the type that I am seeking. THanks. I have a pair
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Jump to new posts Re: 1968 GTX hood release lever by 6bblgt @ 10/13/18 01:53 PM

1968 Parts Catalog shows 15-11-5 hood latch handle R (except RP/RS) #2862007 RP/RS #2862431 1969 Parts Catalog shows 15-11-5 hood latch handle R #2935356
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Jump to new posts Re: Converting A/C to 134 by John_Kunkel @ 10/13/18 01:48 PM

And its own oil pump too.
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Jump to new posts Re: Not charging by IMGTX @ 10/13/18 01:45 PM

As for the switched question. You can switch them and it will still work fine. The blue and green (yellow in your case) generate a magnetic field inside the alternator's rotor. Reversing the wires reverses the direction of the field but it doesn't e
Gen III Hemi Tech
Jump to new posts Re: Main Studs for Mopar Aluminum block by ntstlgl1970 @ 10/13/18 01:40 PM

Thanks Ariel and sixpackgut, Should have my engine back on track next week. Looking forward to see what these new heads will do for me
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Jump to new posts Re: so are TSBs from 68 69 70 by azmopar @ 10/13/18 01:05 PM

Ok I'll send those along with
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Jump to new posts Re: Is the color keeping this from selling? by ademon @ 10/13/18 11:32 AM

I don't care for the color, year or bench seat. Still a deal for those who don't mind post 71 mopars.
Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
Jump to new posts Re: Another "Make Drag Racers Look Bad" by moparx @ 10/13/18 11:02 AM

Originally Posted By sgcudaWow! So people actually so listen once in a while. Maybe there is still hope for humanity. you ARE kidding, right ? [ ]
Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
Jump to new posts Re: Gear drives? by Tig @ 10/13/18 10:48 AM

Ran a Milodon gear drive in the 572 (it came with it's own cover), hated the noise so changed it to a Jesel belt drive when funds allowed. No difference in ET and the valves springs still needed replacing at the end of the season.
Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
Jump to new posts Re: One Summit 10% code available by ProSport @ 10/13/18 10:40 AM

No problem
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Originally Posted By ksatThe spacing from the radiator core itself seems to be fine. I've got about 1/2" of space between the clutch and core, and about 3/4" space between the blades and core. But the space that I'm refering to is betw
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Jump to new posts Re: What are these, from a 70 Bee by 70gtx440dana @ 10/13/18 10:26 AM

Originally Posted By Alaskan_TARear side window inner splash guards. Yes.....they fit to rear of inner quarter window to protect from water etc. working it's way to interior.
Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
Jump to new posts Re: Re-skin enclosed race trailer? by CJD AUTOMOTIVE @ 10/13/18 09:52 AM

Originally Posted By Challenger 1IMO I have known 2 guys with trailers like you describe, neither one was ultimately happy with there purchase. Because the trailers are very heavy and they do not have much room either way. The living quarters are sm
Ebay / Craigslist / Racingjunk / WIW
Jump to new posts Re: WIW: 1970 Barracuda Convertible - FC7 by Finoke @ 10/13/18 09:11 AM

50K is the right number. 45K for a quick sale.
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Jump to new posts Re: Is this a bare Stealth head? by fast68plymouth @ 10/13/18 09:09 AM

4.375” bore, 28” test pressure, radius plate on intake, no flow tube on exhaust: Lift———in/ex .100——70.4/59.6 .200—-145.6/108.5 .300—-211.2/146.4 .400—-255.0/178.1 .500—-280.5/203.0 .600—-287.9/219.6 .700—-284.9/228.6
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Jump to new posts Re: trunk bubble by fastmark @ 10/13/18 08:37 AM

I’ve had bubbles under the paint from an imperfection in the primer and the color lost adhesion. If you pop it, I doubt it will go back. Go to a paint expert.
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