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Features 250 INLINE 6 "lets see em"

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by roosters hot rods, Feb 10, 2008.

  1. Twisted6
    Joined: May 27, 2007
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    Welcome to the Board.
    What intake are you running?I have never run a heat plate here in fla.The intake get more then warm enough on its own.And I have run the Offey and The clifford intakes.Up to the point I now run my own Custom built 3x4 tunnle ram intake.The exhaust will get heat to the intake faster then water, Only beacuse how close the headers are to the intake.BUT the water keeps a more even heat to the intake.
    Hope this helps.
     
  2. 1970nova250
    Joined: Aug 10, 2012
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    its just a stock intake from 1970 not sure the name.
    Hoping to upgrade to a 4 barrel from my one barrel carb,
    but thanks for the reply and help i figured i wouldn't need one ,
    but just to make sure i asked.
    thanks!
     
  3. Twisted6
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    The stock intake has a built in heat riser from the stock exhaust.But it will still get hot from the headers.Or make some form of heat tube to set over the header to the bottom of the intake.
     
  4. 1970nova250
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    okay thanks for the info much appreciated !
     
  5. Hammer76
    Joined: Feb 7, 2010
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    Hi guys
    this is my 250
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    Weber DCOE 45
     
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  6. mink
    Joined: Oct 4, 2007
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    What timing are you'll setting your stock 250 ci engine at. 4 deg BTDC?

    Im curious to know what i should set mines at with the manual tranny
     
  7. Twisted6
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  8. mink
    Joined: Oct 4, 2007
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    Heres a shot of my project. Don't pay any attention to the fuel line, it temporary.

    It'd be nice to see how others plumbed their clifford intake
     

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  9. NEWFISHER
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    All the bells and internal whistles. 19 mpg and 26,000 miles since last December.
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  10. rodhot
    Joined: Feb 19, 2010
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    I know this is an older thread but wanted to show off some.
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    Intake right after grinding and first round of wet sanding with 320.
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    Intake after final sand 1500.
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    First round of polishing rough cut.
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    Second round medium cut.
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    After final polish.
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    Finally in car but just bought a totally rebuilt and 30 over bored 250 so doing a motor change coming up.
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    Did install a 200 4r when I put the 194 in. Damn, I finally did something smart on this ride doing that. Hope you all like.
     
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  11. Fingers
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    Like it a lot:)
     
  12. rodhot
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    Thanks Bro!!!
     
  13. 1963hoopty
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    Heres my stock 230 with my homemade header. Gettin dual carbs an lump ports soon!
     

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  14. Twisted6
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    Great looking header Nice Job on it.
     
  15. johnnymac1
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    Finally got it together and fired it yesterday, .040 over 250, decked, flat tops, lump ported, 1.94 valves, shaved the head .030, street ported, triple angle valve job, headers and carbs. Love the sound can't wait to drop the cab on it. IMG_20160727_171811188_HDR.jpg IMG_20160727_144610006.jpg IMG_20160727_144554805_HDR.jpg
     
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  16. .you guys have some great lil motors,....I've always liked Chevy inlines,...this is my 48 F-1 with a 250,..I'm not into shine, just love the reliability and great gas mileage these things get,...they just purr down the road.
    simplicity at it's best.
    48f4-2012 086.jpg 48 ford aeria, bread sign 004.jpg
     
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  17. Dan in Pasadena
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    Not mine.

    Stolen off another website for trucks. It is in a '67 Chevy stepside shortbed. Maybe it'll piss off a few of you for being too billet-y. But. Think it looks great. I'd be proud to own it.

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  18. Jethro
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    I love the look of those glass bowl Holleys!
     
  19. Looks sweet! What trans is that? S10?
     
  20. That is one bad lookin' motor. What model truck cab are you using?
     
  21. Happiness is a Hot Rod Hudson1 I have 7x 308 with lots of up-dates done to it! It will run hard & Fast! Uncle Bill
     

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  22. johnnymac1
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    Dependibility is the name of the game for me, I just added a little kick to it, the transmission is a Borg T5 form an 86 V8 Camaro IROC with the S10 tail housing, the cab is a 34 Ford, it's gonna drop 4" and chop 4" I needed to run the motor and get the bugs worked out of it, make adjustments and take care of any leaks. The carb covers are boat bilge vent covers with a little home built touch to make them fit. I have the carbs set up so the center is the primary, front and rear are secondaries. It's my first build and it's been a blast so far, homemade frame, the big items are store bought, like the front end, it's a Lucky 7 I beam, 4" drop, disc, hub to hub deal, rear is a junk yard Ford 9" with factory discs. Box is a 32 that I shortened, I took 3 inches out of the front. Hand built bed floor, thanks for the comments.
     
  23. woodbutcher
    Joined: Apr 25, 2012
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    :D Have had more than a few v type engines.Just keep coming back to the inline 6`s.
    Good luck.Have fun.Be safe.
    Leo
     
  24. 1pickup
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  25. 100fires
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    What kind of intake?
     
  26. Hnstray
    Joined: Aug 23, 2009
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    250 Chevy, mild bore, flat tops, slightly bigger valves, intake bowl cleanup, lump port mod, roller rockers on pivots and tips, RV torquer cam, Aussiespeed manifold, Edelbrock AVS2 500 cfm, Pertonix ready to run, 12Bolt/Langdon headers, dyno’d 258 lb ft, 226 hp......going into my ‘37 Chevy Coupe.

    Ray
     
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  27. Twisted6
    Joined: May 27, 2007
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    That looks Sweet. I like the extra oil feed line.
     
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