The Jalopy Journal
Does anyone make chrome or stainless trim to replace the wood around the body if a top isn't being used?
Could always be faster but happy with 9.70s for now.[ATTACH]
it will be easier to tune with more initial timing. crank it up to 30 at idle and try that. if it helps go back ant limit mechanical timing in the...
Thank you. its unfortunate but the more I googled the more different answers I found.
Thank you. I thought maybe Chet but its not that old.
I have a solid roller for a small block chevy. The numbers are
Back 119566SM and 99A26.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.....
East Bay Gassholz
They are not upside down. They are designed that way so you don't have to cut the heads for bigger springs. old school and works fine.
No updates yet but the carb base has a lot of condensation even at idle. No idea if that's normal or not.
I have videos but can't figure how to load em
It's capable of 9.60s but the bar is only good for 10.00. I didn't think anyway in hell that pass would be in the 9s.
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I doubt this because it runs great when it runs and even has the slight tap when warm.
I did with the one GMC Bubba recommended. no change.
It is. as was the last one.
Ok Bubba I finally got around to trying this and no change. also bypassed the fuel pump with a 6v electric. Still nothing
Funny you should say that. I actually own a Meineke. But I don't know how it would take 5 miles for that to kick in. Also I'll probably take it to...
In addition it doesn't smoke and it runs really good when it runs. Very quiet except for a slight valve taps.
Ok here goes.
I recently bought a 40 Ford standard. It has original flathead V8 all stock drivetrain. My problem is when it warms up approximately...
Just noticed there is no screen in the fuel pump. Don't know I'd that could be a problem.
I will look into all this tomorrow and update.
I have had it for about 2 hrs. it is all stock except the coil that is a modern 6v
coil. i will say the valves are quite. As for checking the rpm...
I just picked up a 1940 Ford that is a older restoration.
the car idles fine but will barely rev (can hold it wide open in neutral and I don't...
What is the easiest way to change an otherwise stock 40 Ford to 5 on 4 3/4 bolt pattern?
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