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it's a street car so how about a speedometer so you can see and read it easy.
I agree with prh
way does it matter?
FYI...next time you port your exhaust never grind on the floor. the exhaust doesn't like that quick turn.
really, I didn't know that!
interesting, very interesting.
body shims should work to change the angle on the steering box.
must be top secret stuff!
go find a mopar engine manual and read it. it may be a little dated but they go through a lot of engine combos and it's good reading. ebay or amazon.
your bud will have to machine the intake carb surface exactly parallel to the head surface. then make an adaptor to get the blower bolted on. make...
I suppose we would need to know all the rules for the motor please.
it will get less.
i'll do it for you.
how about having the exhaust manifolds angle milled?
some of the older aluminum water pump housings had a problem with the interior holes being too small.
sits on top of console and is easy to reach.[ATTACH]
may I suggest a winch and aluminum ramps from harbor freight, lowe's, home depot, tractor supply, etc. the ramp are light and come in a few...
you drill into the main oil galleries then tread and plug the. the heads get full time oiling from the main gallery. the cam bearing...
my suggestion is to modifly your oiling system to the rocker gear so as that cam bearing doesn't have to supply oil to the heads.[ATTACH]
my suggestion is to completely disassemble it. power wash it with soap, blow dry out really good and wipe cylinder off with trans fluid until clean.
you can get 3-4 pro ratchets for one of these but with less cool factor.
these are the tits, the only ones I use.
no big deal.
if it's working, leave it alone.
why run lash caps? I say because of the friction of rocker arm to valve tip. I suggest you get rid of the aluminum shaft hold downs and get steel...
get a moly paste, say from isky cams, and brush a lot of it on the lubes and lifter bottoms. that bottle of stuff from mopar goes in the oil not...
cut the bolt tab off and ty-rap it to the brake line, works great.