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That pretty much proves what I said.
I believe a 3 speed auto is 1:1 in 3rd gear, same as a 4 speed.[ATTACH]
68 coronet RT.
440 / 18 spline 4 speed / Dana with a 3.73.
I have 3.73’s in my car.
28” tall tire.3500 @ 70MPH
Here’s an often overlooked step, IMO.take your flywheel and clutch to your local machinist, and have it balanced.My, whiz bang, SFI Hays steel...
I have a McLeod super street pro in front of my 18 spline box.
I’m not making anywhere near the torque you are.I would use the next step up in...
In your case, I’d probably leave it be. Survivor, and all.That said, the example that Wayne showed is more my style.
Have you ever driven / maintained a 700 HP street car?
I’d pay whatever I had to, within reason.
Of course, it would be honorable for the seller to use fair market value in your area.
That said, if I...
Make sure the block deck and head surface is smooth (RA of 50 if I’m not mistaken) if you use MLS gaskets (I would)
We had to put my Isky arms in the lathe to narrow them up.
See post #2
Rocker arms are not the right place to save a buck, IMO.I’d look at Harland Sharp.
A pint will do an engine, but you may want to buy the quart. You can touch up stuff if you need to do any repairs. Water pump, oil pump, change...
That, I can’t say.
Mineral spirits and a selection of good brushes.the epoxy primer will adhere to the cleaned block nicely.
Any good automotive acrylic urethane will work great.epoxy primer under the topcoat is even better
Strange through Dr. Diff
Just about 350, if I remember correctly.
I located an old set of Isky ductile iron rockers (with the hardened pad) and bought new shafts from RAS (his are actually made here in the USA)...
It isn’t a Mopar vs. GM thing!it a “is my converter located correctly” thing.
:thumbsup:the same guys telling you that you don’t need to check...