The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Flogknaw, Sep 11, 2018.
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All one Hemi today
A-311 on the Chrysler Dyno
A-311 Installed in the Kurtis Kraft Roadster
Front view of the A-311 note that the injectors are crossed ostensibly to fit under the Kurtis Roadster's hood. side view
Front view of the A-311 note that the injectors are crossed ostensibly to fit under the Kurtis Roadster's hood.
And then theres that engine that just makes you say WTF!
On Nascar dyno
Classiccarjack yessir I do still have it
I’ve got this one, a ‘57 , 392”+.040,12.5 compression, roller, plus a spare ‘58,392” :
Some bitchin' HEMI artwork by Ed (@ewt2) Tillrock:
That belongs on the "Friday art" thread!!!!....
Fantastic photos Thank you all for posting.
two in the Garlits museum
Not eye-candy like most of the pics, but a real sweet 330 hanging on the scale. Just shipped it to the customer.
One of 'those' engines that I'd like to keep.
Looks like eye candy to me!
These Ford FE's are technically Hemis by design, with hemispherical combustion chambers, although they had articulated pushrods (3-piece).
MT @ Pomona in 1964 with his Hemi Ford dragster
MT 427FE Hemi Thunderbolt; and
427FE Hemi Galaxie
Mickey Thompson 427 Ford and Pontiac Hemis used Chrysler Hemi valve covers. 4-12 sets were supposedly produced. This is a Thunderbolt with plain covers. Supposedly only three (3) of these cross ram manifolds were built and here are two (2)?
Wow, thanks for posting those pictures.......
Most people don't know that Karl Kiekhafer (MERCURY OUTBOARDS) pioneered the use of Paper air filters in race cars.
Mickey Thompson 1/2 Hemi
Another 427FE Hemi. Could it be in a Galaxie, I can't locate any shots of the car itself. 2x4 cross-ram as above?
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