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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by LongGone, Jan 27, 2005.

  1. LongGone
    Joined: Dec 25, 2004
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    This comes out a little sloppy, but seems to work:

    Descriptive text sites

    "The Difference, Model A, B, & C Engines" - Might have some information you haven't seen before (or maybe not)

    Another Model B Description page - From a Buckeye Pietenpol Association member


    <A href="http://www.airventuremuseum.org/collection/aircraft/Funk%20B.asp" target=_blank>Funk B: a Model B powered airplane - (click on "specifications" at the bottom of the page)

    The German G28T Engine - Post World War II engine based on the Model B


    Model A and B Garage - Vince Falter's web site of technical articles and parts comparisons, 1928-1934

    Model A Engine Dyno Tests - Ron Kelley dyno tests several Model A engines




    Organizations

    F.A.S.T. home page - Ford A Speed Technology and the Hot for Hot Fours magazine

    Northwest Vintage Speedsters home page neat old banger powered cars

    Secrets of Speed home page The society, the magazine, the parts

    Parts and engine building

    A C and R Model A Ford Parts Many of the "speed parts" in other catalogs come from here

    Antique Engine Rebuilding Model A engine rebuilding


    Brumfield High Compression Heads High compression heads of various compression ratios

    Clings Aftermarket Products Hydraulic brake conversion kits and more


    Dan Price Speed Parts "Dan Four-Banger" - speed and performance parts for A's and B's


    H and H Speed PartsAs seen in Rod & Custom and at the Model A Nationals

    Mac’s Speed Equipment Neat stuff from New Zealand!

    Specialty Motor Cams New and reground camshafts, performance parts, engine building

    Taylor Engine Model A and B engine rebuilding and modification


    Additions invited.

    Mike
     
  2. LongGone
    Joined: Dec 25, 2004
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    Hmm, looks like one got slightly screwed up (wonder how?) Cut and paste time I guess.


    Mike
     
  3. FORDY 6
    Joined: Oct 8, 2002
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    There's a couple of sites I haven't seen, I'll check them out.
     
  4. You should put a link to secrets of speed society it's good stuff i put up a post on it a little while ago www.secretsofspeed.com


    -jake
     
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  5. wow i am blind the second after i posted that i scroll up and see the link is already there, laugh and point at me!!!!
     
  6. The Wrong-Un
    Joined: Oct 8, 2004
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    There's these guys in Austrailia http://www.oldtin.com.au . Amongst other stuff they stock the Model A quickchange that's made in New Zealand. Got one on the way, I'll report back with how it turns out.

    [​IMG]
     
  7. Ooh, that's a big secret! So - you'll be needing that cash for the pickup bed soon...
    Sad I know, but anyone have a picture of the Soggy Bottom Boys Sedan in the picture on that site. Without the blimp in front of it?!
    [​IMG]
     
  8. The Wrong-Un
    Joined: Oct 8, 2004
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    Not that big a secret, I must have forgetten to tell you that's all!
     
  9. out plowing
    Joined: May 5, 2010
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    I'm looking at building a banger backed by a T5. Id like to be able to cruise at 65 down the interstate. Can I get away with a higher compression head, or am I looking at a more serious upgrade?
     

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