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Have you double checked the plug wire installation with respect to [counterclockwise] distributor rotation?
If for some reason you don't see improvements with suggestions previously stated, try an Edelbrock 9266 heat insulator. Ever since I used one on...
Yes, my numbers matching 440 always had single springs. Second owner from '70 confirmed that.
Some pans even had a dimple to locate the center hole of the magnet.
Agree with lefty on checking the shift cable adjustment as per fsm procedure.
Are you using a new or remanufactured converter or an old one with an unknown history?
If you're running points, and they haven't been replaced in some time, start with a good quality set. I always use NOS Mopar. Get your dwell set...
As long as it's not purposely abused such as revving in neutral then dropping in drive, that overrunning clutch should have no trouble providing a...
The torque converter is exposed to 5-30psi of fluid pressure in park. In neutral the manual valve exposes more circuits to line pressure, giving...
Me personally, whenever I do a TF1 or TF2 mod I always go "by the book" with what needs to be done. I did, however leave the checkball installed...
Did you make sure to get a pump rod made for a roller cam and not the oem replacement for an iron stick?
What I meant in post 25 was that if you remove the drive gear the shaft will naturally come out with it.
Drive gear and oil pump shaft are removed together.
Um.....yea it's all one unit.
Not just the distributor, but the gear that drives it as well.
Distributor drive gear removed?
What is the rpm in N or P?