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I had the pleasure of doing auto repos in Miami (not South Beach) from 2003-2005.
Gunshots all night long, cops 4 and 5 cars deep in riot gear...
Thanks S for helping me out with the Desktop Dyno.
Now if the new user can figure it out..... :thankyou:
I probably have a whole cable/bracket assembly I could send you.
Was there a lot of room in the tunnel area for the 833?
Did you look at 5 speeds to fill that same space?
I agree, sitting outside in Florida rain is a death sentence. At the price it's listed for, it won't likely be getting a new home soon.
How long did you have the car after you made it road worthy?
Did you take any trips in it?
In your estimation, is a hydraulic clutch worth the...
Great news! Glad you're enjoying such a cool car.
Same thing happened to me with the little allen head bolts....
My guess is that Bob has a low mileage MH engine he wants to slap together.
That slippery slope of putting pistons in, can end up in an aluminum...
When you add in area above the ring and chamfer, it gets even better.... for an EBAY TURBO!!
I put together a 64 Galaxie with a 460 a couple years ago. The MSD module quit after a few hundred miles.
My neighbor convinced me to get a $40...
Wow they have some cool stuff!!
I have one one my car. It replaced a Mancini high flow on an aluminum housing, cant tell any difference.
It ended up my car needs a 4 row...
Racer would imply the person being competitive........ :steering:
Thanks for the clarification, makes more sense! I'm running the Dana/Spicer 349 fixed yoke which uses a 7290 joint, thanks for the tip!
I'm just thinking out loud, my 65 had a factory 741 case, I think the yoke was 29 spline, I forget what diameter the 741 pinion shaft is.
What compressor did you use? Is it just that you want more capacity, or some other reason?
My driveshaft cost me $400 a few years back. Holding up well though.
You can also use a length of rubber hose as a stethoscope to hear where the noise is coming from, or even a long screwdriver. You may even be able...
So the output yoke will fit a 741 pinion spline?
That is terrible.
Deepest condolences to you and yours.