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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by mysunnshine, Aug 7, 2009.
62-65 B Body Mopars Rule!
so, you going to paint it flat black with red wheels?
One of the issues with putting all of the EFI junk in the intake is obstructing the air flow and of course loose parts going thru the motor. You need some large fuel rails to support HP but the balancing act comes in with the runner obstruction. The fuel rails are made from moly tubing TIG welded together. The wiring may get revised at a later date to secure it a little differently. The distributor may also get a pair of triggers(cam and crank) to allow for sequential fuel infection. That way you can have individual cylinder control and also better driveability and fuel control especially at idle.
Looks like it'll be a nice one love them early B body Mopars.
That's going to be sweet! Keep us updated.
Wow I can't wait until video time.
It's time for assembly now.....He's back from his trip so it's time to get on this project again-
Oh My God that's Bad Ass Dude!!
Wow, that body is pristine...And YELLOW!
One of my favorite Mopars.It's looking great.Keep us posted,beautiful work.
Outstanding.. The yellow kicks ass. FI is sweet cant wait to see it done. Attention to detail is awesome!
Very nice car!!!
Since you have a tube (fuel rail) in there why not use a tube in a tube and run the wiring between the inner fuel tube and the outer shell. That would clean up the area and help (some) air flow. Just a thought...... and that's not yellow, that's YELLOW!!!! and a good lookin' car.
We actually have talked about that already and that may be the route to take. By running the wires thru the tube, you would really have to be careful on how the wire exits the tube though. Even putting an oval hole in the tube may aggrivate the wire enough to cut thru the insulation and heat shrink. I dunno though. It's hard to say how much the wires will actually vibrate and move around in there.
Two words for you, BAD ASS!!! No questions about it. That 65 is nasty!! Nicely done! Mopar Rule!
Nice one now get back to work on it.
I stand corrected, I figured the traditional police would flame you. Damn that thing looks nice. Cool idea on the engine setup too.
Did they shoot the entire body all at once? That's not easy to do... It sure turned out good.
A990's are just awesome, and that thing is super clean and trick. I know it is wrong to love a machine but . . . damn.
Very nice all around!
I've been a Chevy fan forever, but love those a990's.
Beautiful work. I need to go out to the garage now.
Great car, and nice work!
Very freaking cool!!!
It's starting to take shape now. The pump is installed in the stainless tank, the spings are mounted, and the rear axle is assembled along with the brakes. Now it's time to restore the door latches and window regulators.
Won't be long and that beast will be tearin up the pavement!! Awesome!
that is bad to the bone
It's time for another update...
That thing sure is looking good.Great attention to detail as well.I know he can't wait to get it on the road and tear up the pavement.
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