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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by mad mikey, Dec 9, 2016.
In a nice '51 Ford P U
427FE tunnel port cross-ram
GT40 427FE Can Am Tunnel Port fuel injection intake manifold
More Ford 427FE, downdraft Webbers, straight up and splayed.
427 FE boat with Nicson exhausts, love the surfer scoop!
Super rare experimental 427FE NASCAR
427FE tunnel ram
427FE fuel injection
427FE blower intake
2x4 FE cross-ram
Working on this set up to go on a 289 HiPo....
Mopar FOUR quad experiment
From the Ford FE day at beaver springs
posted by rustydusty here:https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/a-few-pics-from-oc-cruisin.1150736/
Change of pace, what about a Packard!
HAMBers engine, I believe it belongs to above post (#4528)
Langy (RIP) from UK
from here http://www.superchevy.com/features/sucp-0703-1963-chevy-biscayne-427/#/
1963 Mark II Mystery Motor
When General Motors followed the AMA recommendation to cease involvement in any form of racing in early 1963, they closed the door on this car, an RPO Z-33 Mk II "Mystery Motor" 427 1963 Biscayne.
A pair of 750 cfm AFB carbs adorns the only Mark II dual four-barrel intake manifold known to exist. The compression ratio is about 12.5:1. A custom roller camshaft actuates the valves in the stock heads. Note the stock NASCAR factory cast-iron, tubular exhaust manifolds. Each side exits into four round pipes then a four-inch diameter collector.
Call me when you take out the garbage...that's nice.
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