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Stu Harmon General Forum
04/02/20 06:05 AM
Congratulations!
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
04/02/20 05:55 AM
I have a customer who has to many motors and wants me to put a set of economical price aluminum cylinder heads on his 383 forged piston short block. That motor had a set of 440 Source ported Stealth heads on it that he had me use on one of his bigger C.I. pump gas stroker motors for his street 1971 Challenger.
Has anyone on here used any of them, shops or individuals help
If so what are your thoughts on them, good or bad up
I seen them on Summit and found out that they are owned and made by the same company, China made imports also work help


MODS, what's up with the time stamps on here confused it is 10:55 PM PDT here in Bend, OR not 5:55 A.M. work
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
04/02/20 05:13 AM
Well...a short barrel .308 with a brake is LOUD. And tinnitus sucks. I know. Need to double up with those. .22s with a can are fun and quiet. Great for training and teaching. Running a can usually requires some tuning to the gas and sub-sonic loads to run right and actually be quieter.

But for Pete's sake, get a stamp and buy it legal. It's not a big deal. In this day and age, you don't know who put that ad up, who's watching it and/or who's watching who responded to it.
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
04/02/20 05:12 AM
Check out Kevko oil pans too. Much cheaper and has a crank scraper built in.

https://kevkoracing.com/collections/mopar
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Stu Harmon General Forum
04/02/20 05:06 AM
Originally Posted by MR_P_BODY
He was trying to damage the hospital ship.. I myself dont find the joke in it
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Sry Mr P Body, It was thinly veiled to the original title of the post and a continue of a couple other posts. The words I wrote, and others joined in are from a ,sry for this, a Grateful Dead song. I did not think about that connection until I began writing that sentence. The engineer guy obviously had a nut and gear loose, no way a locomotive (likely a switcher on a rail freight siding) could blow through the barriers, travel the distance and fly through the air and hit the ship. Hepefully he will get some help. Only trying to lighten up the atmosphere. Things have been very heavy in the world for quite awhile.
Cr*p, today I had to go out to a three horse town to get milk, some spring vegetable starts and seed packs for the summer gardern and I'm still feeling like I inhaled bad air.
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Stu Harmon General Forum
04/02/20 04:57 AM
They all have issues,this has been discussed many times.I used UPS up to about 5 yrs ago,when to FedEx and
have had O problems,for smaller items I use USPS but never for anything large and heavy,anything over 25 lbs. or so is twice what FedEx charges.
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Moparts Restoration & A12 Forum
04/02/20 04:34 AM
Amd has one left for 839
Classic industries has them also
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Moparts Question and Answer
04/02/20 04:28 AM
Work on the AFR so you can get from 14.3 to 15.5 AFR at light throttle cruising under 2500 RPM and see how much that improves the gas consumption on the highway when cruising twocents wrench up
I like to see from 12.8 to 13.3 at WOT(full street exhaust system 3.0 pipes to the rear bumper) on our local pump gas with no ethanol in it up
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
04/02/20 04:10 AM
I'm under the impression that most type of alcohol will suck moisture out of the air if in a breathable container, yes or no?
The test tube now, after adding the E98, seems to have a very thin(.030 to maybe .075 thick) layer of some funny looking liquid at the very top, looks greasy almost confused
EDITED:
I remembered using Lucas E 85 stabilizer in several of the full jugs earlier in the spring of 2019, I wonder if that is the funny looking stuff on top of some of the fuel samples now work
I think I will add some more of that to all of the jugs and then retest all of them once more wrench
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Ebay / Craigslist / Racingjunk / WIW
04/02/20 03:52 AM
Originally Posted by Mr. Potatohead
Stupid money there, less then a year ago a nos cop cluster that was a direct install went for $150, a killer deal.

Id rather hear the seller passed with and it ended up in an estate sale for $40 vs gouging someone that hard.



iagree
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Moparts Question and Answer
04/02/20 03:47 AM
The safety valve does not block fluid its only there to turn the brake light on the dash on to warn the driver. If you think about it when you get a leak in one side it loses pressure and the other side of the M/C that still has pressure pushes the switch valve over. Now if you do not have the safety valve between the two brake systems and you get a leak in one side the other side that normally pushes the switch valve over still has pressure and it will still have pressure wether it pushes a valve over of its a solid line with no valve and not connected to the other side at all. In fact the early systems on some vehichles did not have a switch valve in them and they also had no metering valve because the first one were drum brakes which don't use a metering valve and the prop valve was in the rear line only when it had one on the early systems. Ron
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Moparts Question and Answer
04/02/20 03:34 AM
What is wrong with your axles. I am assuming that you are looking for A-body 5 on 4" axles...
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Moparts Question and Answer
04/02/20 03:31 AM
He could not get the VON the same twice in a row though either......

Either way, not the same car.
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Unlawfl's Race & Engine Tech
04/02/20 03:28 AM
Originally Posted by Dave_J
Originally Posted by Blucuda413
I found an old pickup that was for an old Hemi fuel engine which works well. I used AN connectors and a piece of 3/4 or 1" brass pipe to connect it to the pump cover I had. The cover was out of one of the old dual pickup kits.

Small block or Big block? The OP said SBM and I read that as Small Block Mopar.


I got the impression that he adapted the pick up to a different pan and I like the way he was thinking.
My question is , do you simply float the pick up in the bottom of the pan , or is it anchored ?
I think welding a -10 male fitting to the bottom of the pump cover would open up a bunch of different possibilities.
Is there a concern about the length from pump to pick up ? ( tube or line )
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Ebay / Craigslist / Racingjunk / WIW
04/02/20 02:57 AM

Me being a wagon owner, that factory luggage rack they cut to fit kinda hurts....... frowwn
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Moparts Restoration & A12 Forum
04/02/20 02:55 AM
Runs down the inside the drivers sdie A pillar on a B. Body
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Stu Harmon General Forum
04/02/20 02:52 AM

This code is good until May 31st for 5% off.

134274602124606874

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Ebay / Craigslist / Racingjunk / WIW
04/02/20 02:49 AM
Yikes. At least ad rear window trim for that price. About the 30th car with type of grill I’ve seen. To be honest, if it had a real grill, a bit more details like pics before and after the paint job and some paperwork to backup what he’s saying, it would be a possible started project. The price is high, so maybe he’s up to haggle down a bit. But as it sits, I wouldn’t touch even it it was filled with gallons of hand sanitizer.
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Moparts E Body
04/02/20 02:44 AM
Big block manifolds off my 1971cuda 450.00 plus shipping email me at a.oger@hotmail.com
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Moparts Question and Answer
04/02/20 02:26 AM
Just asking. I have known him for years too. Just haven't run into him lately. May be a while to, what with area swap meets being put on hold.
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Moparts Truck , Jeep & 4X4 Forum
04/02/20 02:16 AM
Why would he choose there? Maybe he’s homesick for the LaBrea tar pits?
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Moparts A Body
04/02/20 01:37 AM
hey are those hood are fender emblems
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Stu Harmon General Forum
04/02/20 01:23 AM
Congrats on an excellent score!
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Stu Harmon General Forum
04/02/20 01:19 AM
Might? 😂
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Gen III Hemi Tech
04/02/20 01:06 AM
Put in new lifters unless your brake.

Also with 100K they usually start getting some pitting n the surface of the ex valves
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