The Jalopy Journal
Cap the bottom and fill with citric acid, let it sit for a day or two.
If it is calcium it won't last long.
Another vote for the HFT unit. I have 4 of them working right now and no issues with dead batteries.
Water flow at the back of the head is a bit 'sluggish' unless you are also pulling water from the rear of the intake rail. Note that HemiHotrod66...
Is it hard? soft? does it flake off? are the tubes clear?
A lot of good points above. My first question is, where is your temp gauge plugged in? and, have you verified its accuracy?
Most certainly check...
Given the weight of a 700r4 I would expect that it would survive w/o a rear mount, however, 'something' is always better than nothing...how about...
The internal galley plug can be a pita at times and I have had to drill them out on several occasions...but I only drill as large as the 5/16...
Find something easier to chop.
In general engineering terms, having three (3) sets of mounts can result in something getting bound up while the frame is twisting under load....
….and still a good place to look for one. There are plenty of derelict mh sitting in the brush.
Here is one: https://p15-d24.com/topic/35470-hemi-build/#comments
For those readers who do not know 'Mr. Bill' stay tuned for some very nice work. Nope, I don't know exactly what he has planned but he is a fine...
Nor sure that I'd use lead. Pouring molten lead into an aluminum receptacle could create some issues.
I'd suggest threading the holes and screwing...
As shown in the book, MaMopar used the same ID code for more than one application so the only way to be sure is to measure the bore before...
While the majority of us are not likely 'journalists', it would help if more folks would refer back to their 9th grade English class for some...
'Fun' and 5500 rpm will want to see some similar pressure. I'd use 150 at 1.7" and around 275-300 at 1.2".
With 485 lift you could benefit from a...
Maximum 35 deg.
Right George, and also the cause of a shortage of 'short' cams as most folks with other 241-270 engines still want them.
The long cam can be...
You might ask the guys over at www.p15-d24.com
1956 was the change over year from the early, and massive, cam gear assembly to what might be called 'normal.
'Normal' meaning that you can use...
For a wee bit more cash you could move into a roller package.
Your work continues to impress!
...and that is the biggest challenge with the old distributors. I hope that you bought all that were available, no, to hoard, but to keep them...
Or have one of the moderators move the whole thread then delete what is not germane for the subject at hand.
This thread could be in two different...
Why the need to weld something onto the center section?
Although you say that burnt valves are not obvious, you still could have a valve that is not seating well and thus the low number on #6. I'd do...
The engine will somewhat determine the brands of bearings available.
FM is good stuff.
Hastings make any ring you can want.
...smokin' deal on the Olds valve covers...now if they just had a pile of Hemi covers to closeout....
Perhaps one of the guys at www.p15-d24.com has the info.
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