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I have a 66 Charger with a Gen3 Hemi,727 with A&A valvebody and brake. Makes around 500
/450 to the tire and plan on a 200 shot of nitrous. The rear is the factory 8 3/4 housing, 489 case,3.23 gear and moser axles. Before go and spend $2800 on a Dana60 will the 8 3/4 survive or am I right in...
I did mine about a month ago and wish I had seen this in advance. One of the most frustrating things I have ever done but they go up and down smooth now. Thank god its an air car cause I am never opening them again for fear I might have to do this again someday. :)
I have a 66 Charger getting a 6.1 and a tr6060 as a street car. We specialize in the GenIII Hemi cars so I am building the drivetrain as we would a modern Challenger and using a 4.30 gear.As soon as I get started I will post my own thread. This was a great read. Awesome job.
Slow progress but it is progress.I love when new stuff comes in. My Wilson came back from porting at Thitek. Craig did an awesome job getting the ports matched to the heads.
Got to fit the wiring harness, coils, TB.....almost time to blow it apart and get the firewall done and engine bay...
Ok back on this finally. The car has been moved back into the shop. The heads are almost done. Cam is here, mock up motor has been dropped in the car. I can start making templates for the motor plate mounts. Starting to make progress finally. Now if the NHRA guy would just get back to me with an...
My 66, work in progress. Soon to be a lot more progress.
Gen3 mockup motor
The actual block I am using
Should be a lot of progress in the next few months. Here is the link to the build thread I started waaay back...