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Sounds good to me Doug! I would imagine you have the jetting dialed in which really does make the engine sound milder. Sort of like fuel injection and improved ignition systems do.
Keep us in the 62 and 64 loops!
My education started at 15. Rebuilt my first engine that summer. It was a one year old Ford 332 in a school bus. The driver gave it too much hell and it really was too small for the load. I'm sure cost to the school had something to do with the size engine. The next 2 years every Saturday it was...
CNC ported 440-1s. I also own a 66 Belvedere II with a 493. I have a Moroso accumulator mounted on the inside of the firewall (no heater) plumbed into the oil galley port on the back of the block. It lets me prelube the motor every time I fire it up and protects from any oil pressure loss.
I'm using this one but, with the Alterkation setup. 540 Indy Max block. By the way my TTI 2 1/8 step headers required dents to clear the main cross bolts.
Milodon 31580: Road Race Oil Pan Big Block Chrysler 383 / 426 / 440 - JEGS High Performance