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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Dusters swe, Feb 10, 2010.

  1. Cool - go buy that sucker and quit talking about it! :D
     
  2. hardtimesainit
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    Another view of polished HV 12 Zephyrs !
     

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  3. DAMN !!

    Been wanting thee 21 stud FM's for EVER. Nice !!
     
  4. bald nailhead
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    from newark de

    GERMAN FLATHEAD 1943 WW2 military truck engine allows for coolant to exit more at rear of block I think.
     

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  5. andyg
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    AM I THE ONLY ONE THAT "JAW DROPPED" ON THIS ONE!!! I think I'm turning green :D

    How about a pic of the Dizzy too!
     
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  6. blackrat40
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    My spare engine when the Olds is out.
    I understand there are still a lot of Dick Heads in government service:D
     

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  7. Alaska Jim
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    blackrat40, I find your statement to be true.
     
  8. Doc.
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    Me too. Those are quite tasty.
     
  9. fenderless
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    Great thread:)
    Does anybody have a pictures (combustion side) of a Hogan head?
    In general, it would be very interesting to se all from the underside:).

    K

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    Taildragger&fenderless
     
  10. 97
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  11. fenderless
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    Thanks for posting #97:)

    K

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    Taildragger&fenderless
     
  12. RichFox
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    Pretty rare Plymouth
     

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  13. jd52cranbrook
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    Picked this up from a member 5 months ago. Got it cleaned out, new carb gasket set, oil pans and head gaskets, new plugs. Came up with this, :)



    has since been torn down, checked, and painted. Going to put it in a 47 Ford Pickup you see in the back round.
     
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  14. Here ya go...

    [​IMG]091711 Wavecrest 073 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
     
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  15. Edmunds Custom. Not all that rare,but I've been looking for a mate for this one for a few years with no luck. If you have one, PM me -64cc chamber, BURKE cast into face between lower fins. IMG_0664.JPG
     
  16. Asphalt Demon
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    federal mogul 21 studders on ebay now! and reasonably priced
     
  17. A few pic's of my Twin Plug Flathead fitted with " HOGAN " heads and Nash Twin 8 distrubutor.
    If you need a set of Twin plug heads i will be listing a few sets of these New " HOGAN " heads in parts for sale in the next few days. Watch out for these.
    HOGAN 019.jpg HOGAN 020.jpg HOGAN 009.jpg HOGAN 025.jpg HOGAN 006.jpg
     
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  18. loudbang
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    Has anybody done any before and after testing to see how much the twin plug heads improve HP?
     
  19. Ol Deuce
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    This is all I could add to this thread.....
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  20. Ol Deuce
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  21. nutrocker
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    I have these on my '30 roadster

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    Pete
     
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  22. nutrocker
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    And these on my modified.

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    Pete
     
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  23. alchemy
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    Nut rocker, are the plug wire numbers a hand made thing, or something you purchased? I found a partial old set very similar to yours and would love to find more. Mine are made of aluminum.
     
  24. Dusters swe
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    from Sweden

    Hey I did recive a nice wooden box last week !!
     

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  25. nutrocker
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    Mine are just bits of small copper tube, cut through, opened up then number stamped, slid over the wires and clamped back up. Pretty simple, but took ages.
     
  26. AULIZ
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    my 21bolt flathead with EWH -twin plug heads & Nash 16-distr.

    Aulis
     

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  27. banjorear
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    Thickston head covers .jpg Dug out my Cyclones and Thickstun heads covers.
     

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  29. boo
    Joined: Jul 6, 2005
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    from stuart,fl.

    don't kno how to post pix, have v-8 60 SPENCER heads and SMITH JIGGLERS, 1/2 flathead 1/2 ov head, air cooled.
     

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