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Technical ***February 2017 Banger Meet - Valentines and 4 Cylinders***

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Jiminy, Jan 30, 2017.

  1. V4F
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    looks great to me !
     
  2. waxhead
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    Me too, looks good Jim.
     
  3. blgitn
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  4. This doesn't look good....
    . IMG_3224.JPG IMG_3222.JPG
     
  5. Stovebolt
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    Sorry if this has been asked before/many times over - but can a multi-plate flywheel be machined to suit a V8 clutch setup?

    if so - has anyone produced a drawing outlining the modifications required?
     
  6. Jet96
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    IMG_4889.JPG IMG_4890.JPG IMG_4891.JPG Saw this over the weekend...
     
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  7. RussTee
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  8. V4F
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    that is a killer engine !!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  9. V4F
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    ****Sorry if this has been asked before/many times over - but can a multi-plate flywheel be machined to suit a V8 clutch setup?****
    I'm sure good machine shop can do that . I believe there are many down there .
     
  10. V4F
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    on the Winfield head . has to be fixable , if not ill take it ............. steve
     
  11. Binger
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  12. Bluto
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    I agree with VF4 the head looks fixable. External cracks car secured with Devcon Titanium Putty. The stuff is strong enough to expand and contract. You can texture it to look like iron with a clean damp shop towel. I have fixed external frost cracks successfully before
     
  13. Jiminy
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  14. 29 Speedster
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    image.jpeg Easier said than done, but can the body be moved back to allow more leg room, similar to this? Body is back about 6 inches, seat is about 8 inches above the floor.
     

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