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where at in Indiana? i'm a little south of indy.
'64 Plymouth is one of my favorites! welcome!
welcome from beautiful "downtown" Whiteland, Indiana.
most of the magazine and internet stuff is crap. sonic!!!!
the factory service pistons were limited to .040" over. some people have been successful at .060". i'd bore is little as possible; .020" or .030"....
you could always get a newer carter pump and just change out the guts into your older pump. not cheap but should work.
to my knowledge there are no good rebuild kits. the mancini kits are junk.
Poland! i'm always amazed at how far the mopar family reaches out. good to have you!
I went thru the ignition gadget craze years ago. people try to use some ignition gadget to cover up a poor tune-up or failing parts; can't do it....
I wouldn't put a nickel in an MSD anything.
I wouldn't use a cam with anymore than 60 degrees of overlap. the summit 6401 cam is at least one step more than a stock cam. the summit 6400 is...
if you look on the KB website you'll note that you probably have 9:1 compression. a hydraulic cam with 74 degrees overlap isn't ideal. of course...
back in the day I ran 228@.050"/.480" lift hydraulic in my 383 and it was the best over all cam I tried, but I did have small tube headers.
that tight lobe separation on the cam won't mix well with cast exhaust manifolds. 383's are very easy to screw up.
a friend up the street from me has a 500cuin olds cutlass. that thing is bad to the bone! welcome.
i bought a new mopar mini from mancini several years ago for $109 and it's still going great. the 440 source spare i have isn't near as good.
i use 3.23's in both of my cars and at times think they are too low (numerically too high) for good highway cruising.
pretty cool. i like those '62's.
welcome indy corey. i'm down in whiteland.
welcome. i'm a little north of you in whiteland.