The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by DDDenny, Apr 14, 2021.
Not mine, just a thread starter.
Got a few BBM,s but no 413s.
Except that it's actually 4/14.
So here's a John Deere 414...
Fourthirteen (Dave) has not been on the HAMB for 16 years.
Hey, I'm retired, why do I need a calendar?
I gotz 4 more years as of the 8th.....
My 63 Chrysler got a 413.
The second pic is from a minor problem i had with the engine.
I allso have one in the works for my 59 Dodge.
I love these threads. I unfortunately have a 348, so can’t play - at least until 3-4-2028.
That's just gorgeous Doug!
... so when this happens, do you include all the displacement underneath as well ???
Was hoping you would chime in.
My kids' mother , used to have a '65 New Yorker w/ a 413. That boat would embarrass "muscle cars" regularly.
I think we can safely assume ...No . What caused that? Originally I was thinking detonation, but the other pistons don’t show signs. ( on my phone anyways)
Personally, I'm waiting for 4/20
Thought you were old? Or maybe I should just ask what is the nature of your ailment? Oh wait, I think I know
Pre ignition causes those holes in the middle of the piston...Been there with bikes a few times
Obviously brain damage...from too much 4/20
But usually (I’m no expert) you’d see the pecker tracks on the othe pistons? How does one piston get the brunt of it? Some odd hot spot, etc?
I haven't been on much lately due to the work load on the estate. I just sold a 64' 413 that my brother was building for a 62 Plymouth Savoy. Know anyone that needs a set of Stage III Max Wedge heads?
I dont have any real explanation what happend.
Yes this was the only piston with a hole and no signs of this on the other.
No craters or anything other strange on the rest of the pisons.
But i tryed to use alle the extra displacement in the block that the hole offer.
But it did not turn out well. The plug was damage and give some random sparks.
So when the block got full of fuel and air and it give one of it random sparks it go boom.
Shot of booth valvecovers through the boltholes and they was laying beside the engine.
I was cruising in 55 mph when it happened and it happened fast.
How's about some pictures????.....
Mine is under cover......
i just traded a 440 for a '63 413 to put in my '63 plymouth belvedere
Them things are probably lighter than sbc heads... Thanks for posting those...
440 not 413 in my 63 dodge and another waiting for a car to put it in.
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