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krazykuda
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This chapter is optional for building an engine, that's why it has the A suffix in the title... In this chapter I am going to explain the different timing chains available on the small block Mopar... In the last chapter I showed you how to install the camshaft and camshaft thrust plate...
krazykuda
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For anyone interested, here are some charts that I made back in 2005-2006 of all of the Mopar SB cams that were available at that time... I collected data on the most popular manufacturers from their catalogs and online postings and went through all of the information forward and backward in an...
I8NEMO
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As you can see my heater box was a trainwreck although all of the components were there and the blower motor still functioned. While the car was being worked on when I could in my office warehouse I made detailed repairs like this in my small shop at home. The biggest challenge was "gluing" the...
krazykuda
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In this chapter I am going to go through installing the camshaft in the block... In the last chapter I showed you how to install the camshaft... Now it's time to install the cam... This is the next step to continue after Sections 1 - 8... If you missed one of them, you can find it here... How...
krazykuda
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In this chapter I am going to go through installing the camshaft in the block... In the last chapter I showed you how to determine the compression of your combination... Now it's time to install the cam... This is the next step to continue after Sections 1 - 7... If you missed one of them, you...
krazykuda
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Hello everyone, I'm back after a three year tour of Europe, Scandinavia, and the sub-continent... (Cab Calloway Blues Brother's quote...) I've had some delays in getting back to the series, but am going to try to continue as I have had many people state that they are using these articles...
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The other day I saw a 74 Jensen Interceptor for the first time, they were made in England and very limited production. The only thing I knew about them was they had a 440 mopar engine. I got a chance to talk to the owner, who sounded like he was from England also, and he filled me in on some...
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Here's a detailed explanation for the removal of a stock steering wheel and installation of a rim blow steering wheel on a '72 Plymouth Scamp. Step 1: (Disconnect Your Battery before starting.) Pry away the horn cap from the larger horn button. A smaller/slim flat head screw driver will work...
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Here's a detailed explanation for the removal of a stock steering wheel and installation of a rim blow steering wheel on a '72 Plymouth Scamp. 1.) Step 1: (Disconnect Your Battery before starting.) Pry away the horn cap from the larger horn button. A smaller/slim flat head screw driver will...
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I get alot of questions on points and electrical aluminum housing ignition rotors the early ones 1961 to late 78 use the CH-308ones. The later use thech-303 which are some times sold as fitting (ch 308) but are taller and hard to put on the shaft and will wreck the cap. CH 308 CH 303

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Restored Dart GT 273 4bbl. Factory buckets and console.
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This 1975 Dodge Dart is a must see vehicle. The custom Ghost paint transitions in the sunshine and is impeccable. The custom high leather interior is perfect, with matching dash. The drivetrain from a 1970 consists of a 340 - 4 speed. Awesome car!!
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Real 340 car,Turbo Action 3500 stall,30 over 340,700 D.P. Rear springs moved in 3"to fit M/T 12.50x26.5x15 Sportsman Pro's,best E.T.12.98.many time show winner.
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30 year project
Supercharged slant six, 4 speed, 3:23 sure grip, Firm Feel suspension, B body disc brakes, 16:1 fast ratio manual steering.
71 Dart with a LA 360, A833 transmission, 8 3/4 rear end, QA1 suspension, Sniper EFI, front and rear disc brakes, minitub, weld rims, Autometer guage cluster, and a ton more!

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I've recently purchased a R5 Nascar Dodge Engine. I was curious if anyone knows where i can find an Adapter Plate and associated hardware to bolt this engine to a Chyrsler 727 Torqueflight transmission?
toolmanmike
toolmanmike
Place a parts wanted ad in the marketplace forums. This is a profile posts nad very few members look or pay attention to messages here.
I don't know where you live in the Great White North, but there are a couple of very good converter builders here in Canada that might be worth looking into. One in Brandford Ont. is SMR transmissions. Phone 888-846-6603 and out West is TCS products at 1-800-960-1177 (ask for Paul). Check out their websites and see what they do.
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DMC_78
Thanks so much for the heads up! Be awesome to get a Canadian made unit.

Really appreciate the heads up.
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Petesdstr
I don't think SMR is in business any longer, retired I believe.. TSC is great.. I have an SMR converter I may let go, 4500 - 5000 stall for 727
Hi I had seen the picture you had replyed to someone post on some wiring concerns in which you had posted a picture of the baslast resistor area but The wire color chart was mostly cut off. it was for a 69 barracuda. I was woundering if you could send it to me with the color identification in the picture. Thanks for your time
Mattax
Mattax
Post a link or thread title. Of the top of my head anything I have from '69 came from the Shop Manual - and for '69 mine is a digital copy available for download as a pdf from www.mymopar.com
I have a 1969 Barracuda convertible with the 318. I cannot the correct blue paint for my engine. Would you know what the correct blue color is and where I can purchase it? My car is the actual 1969 Barracuda that Doris Day drove on the Doris Day Show. Thanks! Jamie
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