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I would have liked to seen Totally Auto do a show back in the day. They were the cats meow for years then they kind of faded away out of the lime...
Ship it to me !
I'll take the Dart, you keep the GTX.
Most likely the filler tube o-ring is dry rotted.
Get good drill bits. Lowes bits are garbage. Get you a few bits from Fastenal.
Unfortunately I've needed to use that trick a number of times. The last time was to get a broken bolt out of a Dana 60 rear cover. That was...
Glad you got it out. A trick that I have done to get a broke bolt out is the drill all the way through it, one bit at a time until I almost reach...
Is the throttle cable adjustment allowing the carb to close all the way? I've seen that happen.
That's a great idea!!!! Thanks for posting!
I'm going to put mine in my 70 Dodge body and i can test and tune before i drop it in my GTX.
I use a drill bit
Yes it is. I bought mine after having so much trouble with my 340 cam install.
After searching i found my notes where we degree'd it and its 106. Thanks for the replies.
Its supposed to be installed at 106 degrees ATDC. Can't remember where i set it...
I bought this cam kit in 1992 when i was building the engine for my GTX. We installed it at 2 degrees advanced. I also bought the same small...
^^^^^^^^ Not counting all the 440 Superbirds
Nice!! I was looking at carb spacers at carlilse last summer. What kind did you get??