The Jalopy Journal
It's actually 77 not 10. He and Luther New owned it together.
It provides 1.5 amps at 6 volts with a 12 volt source.
Amperage is not sufficient to run all of the gauges with just one.
My entry is pale in comparison but I'm proud of it.
We put it all together. Now it's time for dry fitting.
More to come...
We had the AOD rebuilt and put a Lokar TV cable on it. It should fit fine.
We got it all together. Put a nice little cam in it. Then We found a 4 brl intake off of a mustang then put a 650cfm Edelbrock on it. We also put...
Here are the heads. I had them reworked but they were in good shape as well.
Well, it's been awhile but We've made a lot of progress. I tried to highlight the important stuff so maybe it will help someone out.
Here is the...
Good for you! Great story.
This is a little long winded but I think it's worth reading....
My two boy's and I went to a little Mom and Pop Drag strip tucked away in the...
donsz, one last thing to check -
Your fuel line diameter. If it’s too small, it could starve the carburetor under acceleration or load.
That's some nice work in that thread.
Maybe my video will be helpful or at least provide some laughs.
Here is a diagram as well.
I made this instructional video on constructing a 12 volt to 6 volt DC voltage regulator/converter for my original 6 volt gauges to be used with a...
Never thought of that.
I'll give it a try.
Not much clinker at all, maybe a cup full.
The key is to get it burning hot enough to vaporize the oil so it doesn't puddle in the bottom...
I plan to do a couple of redesigns to it over the summer, and that may be one of them.
Just a 5" piece of angle iron with a 6 deg. slope to the center. The oil drips into it and heats up as it runs to the center and vaporizes.
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