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Pontiac HEMI thread Mickey Thompson, Jack Gifford, Steve Barcak

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by applekrate, Dec 13, 2008.

  1. JF
    Joined: May 15, 2008
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    Just finished reading this thread. Very cool info and boat. I'm hoping someone can confirm what ive got.
    Are these Mickey Thompson Pistons for a Pontiac Hemi?
    Bore is 4.237 and valve reliefs in the flattop pistons.
    If these are Pontiac Hemi pistons I'll need to find everything else to build the engine... Just kidding I need to find these pistons a new forever home.
    Thanks
    Josh
     

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  2. Deuces
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    Don't know....
    But they sure look Kool.....:cool:
     
  3. toxic waste
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    Pontiac did not have that big of bore . I think there Chrysler hemi. What does it say on the box? Not very clear th read?
     
  4. JF
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    I thought the box said Pontiac? It is fairly hard to read, even in person.


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  5. toxic waste
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    You may have the rare 427 FE Ford hemi.
    The 427 bore 4.2328 and compression height is 1.753 - 1.757.
     
  6. JF
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    Thanks for the info and your reply, I'll do a llittle digging in that direction. Now back to the regularly scheduled programming... :)

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  7. Looking forward to some updates on this thread. Have added some parts to my HEMI Pontiac stash, still working on the museum building here in eastern Arizona where it will all be housed. After the building is up ( 9,000' square feet), I plan to resume my efforts with my nostalgia Poncho Top Fueler and will be using M/T HEMI heads on my 389. More coming, also on the Pontiac Heaven fb page too. check back
     
  8. mopacltd
    Joined: Nov 11, 2008
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    Great to see you are still making noise, Steve!
     

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