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Technical Mallory ID help..

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Pete, Feb 8, 2014.

  1. Pete
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    Just picked this up, told it was model A - B, yes----no??

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  2. Bugsy
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    Pete,

    That's correct. That's the dual point version of the Model "Y" that can be run on the model A/B banger motors. Pretty popular in the banger speed world.
     
  3. 4 banger 4 life
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    Model a b. Banger nice score .
     
  4. Looks like it to me. I'm pretty sure the "11" designation is for the A & B.
     
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  5. Pete
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    Sweet, thanks.
     
  6. Carter
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    Now hold on a sec. Drive is wrong for model A/B, and point cam looks like an 8 cyl. Hmmm.

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  7. Pete
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    Maybe I should check this against my flathead caddy unit???

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  8. Pete
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    Ok mallory experts........Carters right...this cam has 8 lobes????
     
  9. titus
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    heres a partial list of mallory part numbers there is no 116bd listed but lots of other 116's
     

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  10. Pete
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    Fishy.....# 116BD not listed....

    Anybody else shed some light on this??
     
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  11. PM GMC_Bubba He is the Dizzy Master....
     
  12. Bugsy
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    Hell....I never even counted the lobes. Saw the 11 and the Model Y and jumped the gun.....sorry man...
     
  13. Carter
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    I think the drive could help tell what it fits. Cord maybe? Look up Cord Mallory on Ebay.

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  14. Pete
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    Guess its a cord dist. just found this one on e-bay for $774-
    Different numbers but same dist.
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  15. Nailhead dodge roadster
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    My cord knowledge is pretty weak...but didn't Cord use Cadillac flatheads?

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  16. Pete
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    That might be so...the cord dist. is very close to the flathead cad.
     
  17. ttpete
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    Cord used a Lycoming V-8.
     

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