OK. If just running a street car then go for it. Painted aftermarket intake and all. I just thought if you were going to race in F.A.S.T. you...
I do believe the rules state has to be the factory casting # intake and heads for that year car. Blocks don't matter.
I'll be here waiting for the numbers. Now I'm starting to get antsy.
So true, so true.
Ok thanks. I'll look for a driver's side timing mark one.
What are the differences on small block timing covers?
I need one for a 360. Not sure if any one will work and what part # I should look for....
Oh boy! I bet its a flux capacitor.
Count me in.
WOW! You keep impressing me with your builds.
Its great to see someone that really gets into their work or is this just playing? LOL!
Mike gave me another boner. Wait! That didn't come out right!! LOL!Great job! You sure know what your doing with these motors.
Another impressive job!!
I would like to know the difference between the two please. I always thought it was the same thing just different wording.
I'll be doing 800 miles to the nats in my Jeep at 20 mpg. But I still think my bar tab will be more then gas.
This was my question.
Run a test. Fuel up run it on the highway for a half of tank. Then refuel and do the math. Real numbers is the way to go.
Sounds bad ass.
You drive a spool on the road?
Words to live by!
I have a plug for the intake. And a rubber plug for water pump. But as mentioned before they suck. They dry out quick and leak. Tapping for plug...
Looks like it will be a handful. Quite the monster.
I couldn't agree more!
With numbers like that I need a towel. I too would love to hear that beast scream!
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