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    Fan clutch replacement guidance and recommendations

    Drain the coolant through a coffee filter and see if any casting sand comes out with it.
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    Fan clutch replacement guidance and recommendations

    Would that indicate blockage if it collapsed? If so, lift up the rear axle and put it on jackstands after a long drive to get it where you think is over temp. Maybe even take the tires off. Have someone look at the hose as you maintain 60 mph. Don’t do it too long as you won’t have any air...
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    Fan clutch replacement guidance and recommendations

    Stock water pump?
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    Not Mopar but:

    bell rung but good at minimum and his chute’s didn’t open. Major safety equipment malfunction.
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    Fan clutch replacement guidance and recommendations

    Did you have the block sonic checked before boring? Anything you can think of that would cause excessive friction in your engine? Does it perform the way you think it should? Hard to diagnose this without physically being there to witness it happening. Anyway it does sound like your fan clutch...
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    Fan clutch replacement guidance and recommendations

    That’s the idea of a fan clutch. To stop spinning at mid to high rpm’s or when you get into it, I believe. Air moving through your radiator at highway speeds should cool your coolant without a fan.
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    Fan clutch replacement guidance and recommendations

    Are you sure you have the right radiator for that car? If you have the right radiator, has your engine been modified to produce more power that the radiator can handle? It sounds like the radiator is not getting enough air through it to me. Did you modify the grill?
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    Fan clutch replacement guidance and recommendations

    Not real well versed in fan clutches, but if your heat problem is at highway speeds probably not the clutch. At those speeds and rpm it should disengage.
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    JR Dragster

    Do they have a junior drag school? I’d start looking there.
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    Speedometer jumping around help

    Its been a while since I have done this, but you need to remove your cable to grease or replace, either way. What I can’t remember is if the cable itself can be pulled through the casing once it is removed due to the squared off ends. If it does come through, don’t pull it all the way out. Pull...
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    [FOR SALE] 71 440 Carb #H0 49663

    Whats the number stamped on the rear lower left ear?
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    [FOR SALE] 1971 383 TQ Carb

    Not over the counter, that carb was sold out of the Direct Connection catalog at the Chrysler, dodge or Plymouth dealership.
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    How a New 426 Hemi/ 440 Wedge Block is Machined @ Energy Manufacturing

    Originally manufactured on a assembly line machine with multiple stations, gang mill, multi drill head and multi tap head. Block goes in one end raw casting and comes out other end fully machined.
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    Speedometer jumping around help

    Try greasing the cable. Friction is grabbing it and the end/ends that are squared off that drive the cable/speedometer are skipping in their prospective sockets. If that don’t work new cable and drive sockets, as in new Speedo and gear.
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    Stripping methods?

    Talk to people and price it out. There is a guy that is Florida that goes after seam sealer with tools he made out of forks and knives after its done in the electrolysis tank. He isn’t cheap but he is thorough.
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    Stripping methods?

    Have it dipped in caustic solution electrolysis tank purpose built for cars. They are out there, do your research. Removes paint, body filler and all rust.
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    Bernoulli and 350 ft/s, 146 cfm/in²

    I admire your deep thought that goes into all this. I’m going to have to delve into this post later tonight at the end of my day and try to bring my level of deep thinking to your level(wish me good luck). Vastly interested subject for me. Looking forward to opening the door and “break on...
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    Owner hoping for 50k?

    Brazilian detailing company. And I have heard that they pay stupid prices for cars in Mexico and South America.
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    How much would you pay for this 340?

    Hard to say, I know I like $500 as a price. I’d go there with tools, make sure it turns over a dozen times, pull the valve cover and take a good look with a flashlight. Maybe even pull the oil pan. Lots can happen after 6 years.
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    Painting steel rims and baking the paint.

    VHT high heat paint, follow the directions. You usually can find an old scrap oven on the side of the road if you look hard enough, I know I did, I got 2 of them.
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    Enlarging PRP doesn't always help

    I’m not shy, I spout off plenty(god forgive me). I’m just reading and digesting.
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    Enlarging PRP doesn't always help

    Wow. And Remember that I have boatloads of questions you guys already have answers to.
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    Enlarging PRP doesn't always help

    From what I understand, flow gains doesn’t trump port energy and efficiency. I believe that comes from trying to equalize port speeds throughout all areas of the port and trying to keep speeds around 300 for stockish size ports (with in reason for porting with available meat to port).
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    New tool. CAT D6B

    I am sooooooo jealous. Hell here I come for coveting my neighbors goods.
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    [FOR SALE] ld340 intake

    Is that painted or vapor blasted?
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    The Verdit Is In!!!!!!!!

    Wow, that car is a beauty.
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    One of the first 340?

    If it is an early 340 block AND it was a 4 speed car, it may have a rare wilder cam than the 68 4 speed cam.
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    One of the first 340?

    You need a better picture of the casting date.
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    The Verdit Is In!!!!!!!!

    My first problem would be where do I keep it. If I had room, this would be coming home with me.
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    Napa Gold now made in china

    Not so, a lot of companies have left China for Mexico. Masterlock has. Abbvie also pulled their diagnostic labs as well. There are more. The Chinese are thieves and the word is out. They reverse engineer product and counterfeit for profit. If it is intellectual property, you are screwed. You...
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