It's obvious that the housing can't handle a 1000 HP hit with all that bite.
There's that damn domino effect again...:BangHead:
Or the 5 billion dollar wall that won't do anything. Spending someone else's money's is easy
Doesn't look like it.
Need to swap in a Dana 60 or a 9" solid axle if yer gonna get serious IMO. Don't see many Dana's or 9" puking their guts out...
Explain how that happened to the Dealer tech,
Good thing those beasts come with a warranty...
It's right there with square nuts.... just sayin
Are you bragging or complaining?:poke:
Wow, unless that tag was a fubar (it happens) 1967 5th digit J = 426 ci. tag looks legit, got all 13 spaces. I take it the engine was long gone...
Or maybe, just maybe he's still recovering from the 70's recreational consumptions like me...:drinks:
Are the heads 906's or 915's?
A compromised engine block like that I wouldn't give more than 250 bucks (about what you'd get for salvage) and even then you've got a busted...
What's the plan? Going gonzo or staying stock-ish?
I agree, the wife's 07 GT Mustang outweighs my 68 Charger RT by 700 pounds..
I wish I had Lenos garage or the money it took to build it up and he had a feather up his a$$, we'd both be tickled..
Or whatever you Bud light guys say....
Both are great engines with different characteristics. 440 got bigger balls down low and the 383 is more the screamer. The old adage no...
Gonzo after 4. :soapbox:
Heck yeah, when you elect a clown you should expect a circus... lol
Nice, gotta love CNC's
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