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  1. MoparLeo

    White Smoke

    More to the story here that we haven't heard. Backfires with flames is a problem in it self. Recent under hood mods ?? One of the jobs of the air filter assembly is to prevent under hood fires. Under hood insulation is not just for noise, it is also fire retardant. Is your fuel pump wired to...
  2. MoparLeo

    Need advice on Wildwood parking brakes

    Go to the Wilwood site
  3. MoparLeo

    Has anyone solid welded

    If it was a good idea the factory would have just welded them in. There are many reasons that they didn't.
  4. MoparLeo

    LS Swapped 69 Charger

    Blasphemy !!! Painting the engine compartment black just finishes the GM insult. Put LS motors in GM vehicles. Mopars are what make us unique. If you want to go modern go with a Gen III Mopar engine.... JMO Too bad...nice car
  5. MoparLeo

    Mustang 2 suspension swap

    :welcome: aboard. Now for some hard truth. The Mustang II was a smaller car, more like an early Nova or mid sixties A-body. Really not an upgrade. Ok for a light weight rod and cheap. Small spindles, brake rotors etc... If you are looking to upgrade, I assume you mean disc brakes, coil springs...
  6. MoparLeo

    Aluminium K Frame?

    The only reason for aluminum k-frames, bumpers, hoods, fenders etc... was for better rear weight bias and lower total weight on a straight running, quarter mile car. Never for a street car. Most people just don't think about the fact that a "race car" was never designed to live on the street...
  7. MoparLeo

    Milodon transmission dipstick...check in park with a CRT Valvebody?

    How much fluid is in the trans ? Can't check the dipstick until you know what you are checking. It is easy to mark any dipstick once you have established the full fluid level. The same as installing an oil pan that holds more oil and remarking the dipstick level.