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Projects Official Chrysler Flathead 6 W/ Dual Carbs Dual Exhaust Thread

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Flat Six Fix, May 12, 2016.

  1. hitek
    Joined: Dec 30, 2012
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    Found the thread on the one guy who built a floor shifter for the Plymouth r10 or earlier Chrysler overdrive that was column shift moving it to floor shift

    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/anyone-build-there-own-floor-shifter.660223/

    He wanted $625 for a kit which I totally understand with the number of pieces he has. I applaud anyone doing anything to solve a problem so not trying to insult anyone, but I have to think there are simplier ways to get the job done than might be most cost effective.

    a few pictures, the 1st two from the thread above.
     

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  2. classiccarjack
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    Thanks Tim,

    Please email me the pictures. You have my email address. I am that lucky guy that USPS bent the beautiful Plymouth Hubcaps for.... .

    I sent you an email last night.

    Back to work! TTYL.... Thanks Tim, I look forward to catching up.

    -Jack H.

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  3. Flat Six Fix
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    Okay all you Flathead Mopar Freaks, have a looksy,

     
  4. classiccarjack
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    It's a rough 55°F here. And I took my inline out for a bashing tonight.... I couldn't resist... Forgive me.... LOL

    After moving to SoCal, I can honestly say that I don't miss the cold. BUT, next week I will be taking my family back to visit grandma... Brrrr. On Saturday, I will be driving in the snow myself.

    Your truck is very nice, and the engine looks fantastic!

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  5. unclescooby
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    IMG_5084.jpg I've still done nothing with this car. I've got an Edmunds head, Edmunds tripower, two ducoils, and another homemade tripower for it. Both tripowers have carbs. One of you guys should buy this thing. :)
     
  6. Flat Six Fix
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    Your in Indiana try Don Coatney in Fort Wayne, PM him at P15 D24 or on here...
     
  7. unclescooby
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    from indy

    I am but the car is in Arizona
     
  8. classiccarjack
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    I like it, I can travel to pick it up... BUT, I have to address the tax man first. Please keep me in the loop.

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  9. Big Swede
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    Thanks for this thread! I've come back reading it time and time again as I've subscribed to it. I just worked through Tim and George to have a pair of carbs set up on my Edmunds intake for my '55 Savoy. Really looking forward to getting them back and getting the old girl fired up.


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  10. classiccarjack
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    I wanna see your car! Sounds really nice.

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  11. Big Swede
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    I hope to have her out of the garage sometime this weekend while I'm working on the wiring. I'll take some updated pics.....


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  12. classiccarjack
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    That sounds great! Thank you

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  13. 4woody
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    I would have thought I'd posted on this thread already, but apparently not.

    I'm rocking a 218 with the Edmunds ensemble and custom headers:
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    In my '50 Plymouth wagon:
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  14. choptop40
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    Got this low miler 69,000 in a 51 for sale......sat since 75 in a garage in Florida if anyone is interested...
     
  15. Big Swede
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    Got pics and more details?


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  17. choptop40
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    image.jpg image.jpg ....missing carburetor.....asking 650.00...
     
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  18. 64Kaddy
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    from SoCal

    I'll be ordering my triple with carb, linkage, and dual exhaust from Tima nd George soon for my 251 Chrysler flathead. I already have an Edmunds aluminum head and a T5 transmission with adapter kit.
     
  19. 64Kaddy
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    Wow! I really wish I would of seen your post on the speed goodies you had for the long block.. I would of personally drove to Indiana picked you up, drove to Arizona for the parts, paid you and drive you back to Indiana..I would of even bought you dinner on the drive.. LOL
    Oh well, at least I was able to get the head from you. Thanks!
     
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  20. classiccarjack
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    I have ordered a AOK triple myself! Please send me a PM, I would like to see how your project turns out. I will have to wait until the tax season is over, then I will be going full speed again.

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  21. 64Kaddy
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    What rear end are your using with that 5speed. I see your in California, who did the work on your Spitfire head?
     
  22. choptop40
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    All my flatties are gone....I have a void in my Mopar heart....
     
  23. FIFTY2
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  24. Man I love these motors!
     
  25. Jiminy
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    Who made the intake and the headers? What carbs are you planning?
     
  26. FIFTY2
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  27. hkestes
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    This was mine until about a month ago.
    0.030 over 230, Edgy head, Offy intake, Carter Webbers, cast iron headers, HEI and an R10 OD. Ran great with the parts right out of the box and even better with a little tinkering. Was a big upgrade over the original 218 with all the same parts except the head.

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  28. FIFTY2
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    Where does everyone's duals exit? Side by side or spread?

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  29. hkestes
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    Mine were side by side until just after the transmission then split with a crossover tube and run out either side of the gas tank in the back.

    This was the original 218
     
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  30. FIFTY2
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    Up and running
     

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