Register now to get rid of these ads!

Technical *** November 2015 Banger Meet - Holidays are just around the corner ***

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Jiminy, Nov 1, 2015.

  1. Jiminy
    Joined: Oct 25, 2012
    Posts: 322

    Jiminy
    Member

    Here is the banger link list:

    For the HAMB banger newbies, here are some links to a lot of banger info:

    Flat Ernie maintains the monthly link list. Every month is listed:

    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/s...d.php?t=161498

    Banger basics. another info link list:

    http://www.fordgarage.com/

    http://www.plucks329s.org/index.htm

    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/s...d.php?t=251717

    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/s...ad.php?t=42480

    Post #105 of link below shows flywheel lightening dimensions
    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=470853&page=6

    Model B rod bearing insert numbers
    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?p=6992484#post6992484


    Engine tuning with a Vacuum gauge
    http://www.centuryperformance.com/tuning-with-a-vacuum-gauge-spg-148.html

    Adjusting dual Strombergs:
    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?p=6638461#post6638461

    Helpful Model A tools and tips:

    http://www.maurer-markus.ch/ford_a/tipps.index.en.html

    Gary in MN's late model Malory distributor conversion for A/B engine:

    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showpost.php?p=9147025&postcount=109

    Elrod's stuck head tech:

    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=218487

    Model A generator to alternator conversion:

    http://ejwhitneyco.com/automotive.html

    Gear ratio / speed and RPM calculator:

    http://www.accuautoparts.com/calculator.php


    Model A master cylinder mounting bracket ideas:

    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/s...73#post4953173

    Go here to read the 1931 edition of Harry Ricardo's book "The High Speed Internal Combustion Engine"

    http://www.scribd.com/full/40610101?access_key=key-w2bcjicdancrnxypd05


    Chevy Banger Stuff

    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/s...d.php?t=463465

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/22469332/The-High-Speed-Internal-Combustion-Engine-Ricardo-1931

    Post 198 starts a great discussion of the shape of a flat head combustion chamber

    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=470853&page=10


    T-5 5 speed in a Torque Tube:
    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=256226
     
  2. Bluto
    Joined: Feb 15, 2005
    Posts: 5,114

    Bluto
    Member Emeritus

    I'm here.........
     
    wingnutz and Crazydaddyo like this.
  3. Here is the harmonic balancer done!:D It's made from two pieces of billet steel and vulcanized rubber. It still needs the timing marks machined, after I get the crankshaft and pistons in so I can make a pointer and use a dial indicator.
    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
    waxhead and Crazydaddyo like this.
  4. Also, the custom made 70 75 billet aluminum flywheel ready to go!:D
    [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
    Register now to get rid of these ads!

  5. Binger
    Joined: Apr 28, 2008
    Posts: 1,606

    Binger
    ALLIANCE MEMBER
    from wyoming

    Checking in with the banger guys. Great looking balancer and Flywheel!
     
  6. denis4x4
    Joined: Apr 23, 2005
    Posts: 3,291

    denis4x4
    ALLIANCE MEMBER
    from Colorado

  7. Thanks!
     
  8. 29 Speedster
    Joined: Aug 2, 2011
    Posts: 151

    29 Speedster
    Member
    from Colorado

    Checking In, Like the Harmonic Balancer as well! Good Job.
     
  9. noboD
    Joined: Jan 29, 2004
    Posts: 6,913

    noboD
    Member

    Did you vulcanize it yourself? Was it machined after being vulcanized?
     
  10. blgitn
    Joined: Sep 13, 2011
    Posts: 104

    blgitn
    Member

    Happy November.
    The balancer is cool. Let us know when you go into production!
     
  11. Hi all,
    Thanks for the good feedback.
    These are the prototypes. (for my car!:cool:)
    We've been thinking about making a small run of these items.
    We took the dampener pieces to Damperdudes. He's a pro at making them. (five minutes from the shop!:D)
    He at one time got all the early cores and rebuilt them by the thousands for Napa and all other parts suppliers. (before China started remaking them) The rubber is a two component, that's then heated in an oven ,(vulcanizing) I believe for four hours. Then spun balanced by a High tech machine made just for dampeners.
    They are a direct bolt on. We will price out the cost after finding full length material close to the size we need to reduce a little machine time. We will need to see first that if we buy a 20' length that they will sell? We don't want to be stuck with too much steel.
    I'll tell you that they are very expensive! The 14" x 14" x 3" 70 75 billet aluminum for the flywheel was $600.00 just for the 48 lb solid piece and then it was whittled down to 22 lbs with the steel insert and all fasteners.
    Thanks,
    Joe
     
  12. johnneilson
    Joined: Apr 12, 2011
    Posts: 933

    johnneilson
    Member

    Joe,

    Fantastic work!
    What's next?

    J
     
  13. RussTee
    Joined: Mar 25, 2008
    Posts: 1,199

    RussTee
    Member

    Im here great work on the flywheel I take it that it has extra bolts and maybe xtra dowels are the bolts threw steel lined holes or does it not need that ?
     
  14. waxhead
    Joined: May 11, 2013
    Posts: 1,069

    waxhead
    ALLIANCE MEMBER
    from West Oz

    Looks good Joe, I am still keen on getting one when you go into production, thanks.
     
  15. The damper looks good - interested in a price!
     
  16. Bluto
    Joined: Feb 15, 2005
    Posts: 5,114

    Bluto
    Member Emeritus

    R T

    Only time you need steel lined bolt holes is when the flywheel gets loose!
     
  17. brokenspoke
    Joined: Jul 26, 2005
    Posts: 2,874

    brokenspoke
    Member

    I'm interested in a balancer
     
  18. My search skills suck. I did try. For a 30's "period correct" banger. What is correct for the exhaust? Did they run pipe headers back then? Cast headers? Split exhaust manifolds?
     
  19. Jim, if you read any of Don Montgomerys books most ran stock exhaust manifold and some sort of pipe and muffler up untill 1946 on street/race car. If it was a Dry Lakes car only then they ran all types of pipe headers down the side of the car. You can check out The Hot Rod Foundation web site under photo gallery for roadsters for plenty of photos.
     
  20. Joe,
    That flywheel and dampener look amazing.
    I just pushed my junk around this weekend while trying to clean out my storage garage.
    [​IMG]
     
    530sandman likes this.
  21. How much time do you have in the flywheel ?
     
  22. Bluto is right, You shouldn't need a steel insert unless it comes loose. I have a really close tolerance on fit, even the shoulders for the A.R.P. bolts. There are 6 bolts to the crankshaft, 2 dowels and 2 threaded holes so I can remove it with a steering wheel puller! The flywheel took a couple days just to get it at that size then the insert and bolt holes a few days later, it was done in between other small jobs . I'm busy on other things right now but we will figure pricing for either piece for those who may want one or both. I'll try and post that tomorrow if that's okay on this thread? Maybe I'll have to put it on the parts for sale? I don't want my post to be deleted!
    Oh Tiny, I love your cars!!!!
    I'll be contacting you as soon as I get my Roadster back on the road and drive it over to your place.
    If that's okay with you?
    Joe
     
    waxhead likes this.
  23. Thanks Joe,
    Maybe you want to come up for the Model A club meeting. It's at my house on November 17th this time.
     
  24. Sounds good, I might have her running by then!:D
     
  25. RussTee
    Joined: Mar 25, 2008
    Posts: 1,199

    RussTee
    Member

    thanks Bluto and Sandman the only reason I ask is I found out the hard way should be ok with A.R.P. bolts mine where so called high tensile cost me a flywheel
     
  26. edfueler
    Joined: Oct 16, 2009
    Posts: 102

    edfueler
    Member

    Wow. 530Sandman. Nice work. That flywheel is magic. If you workout balancer prices, I'm interested, btw. My engine is buttoned back up, at last. I'm hoping to lift it in tonight. - Ed
     
  27. No problem, My A.R.P. bolts also came pre drilled for the safety wire.
    Thanks, Will get back later with prices. I'm off to the shop right now to assemble my engine!:D
    Joe
     
  28. I'm waiting on a price quote for the steel, I will get back with prices as soon as the quote comes in.
    Here is a picture of the A.R.P. bolts [​IMG]
     
    CrazyUncleHarry likes this.
  29. V4F
    Joined: Aug 8, 2008
    Posts: 3,890

    V4F
    Member
    from middle ca.

    I'm interested in a balancer also .
     
  30. Bluto
    Joined: Feb 15, 2005
    Posts: 5,114

    Bluto
    Member Emeritus

    I don't think I ever lost a flywheel even with stock bolts. I do chaffer the bolt holes and use close fitting bolts. The dowels should really locate the flywheel. and the bolts can't run out of threads, it does happen and you feel like your torquing them. Or bottom out
     

Share This Page

Register now to get rid of these ads!

Archive

Copyright © 1995-2020 The Jalopy Journal: Steal our stuff, we'll kick your teeth in. Terms of Service. Privacy Policy.

Atomic Industry
Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2014 XenForo Ltd.