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Old 09-30-2012, 10:51 PM
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Ok so I have been working on my truck since Oct of 2008 when I decided to get back into hotrods, I had a 1965 F100 when I was 16 which I sold when I was 17 and I did all the work on it and have always missed my "first truck" and so it has inspired me to do it all over again. So here it is.

1964 F 100 the day we brought her home







This was the frame donor a 1975 F150 complete with 460 C6 and 3.00 open rear diff, cheap way to get power steering and front power disk and get away from the straight axle.











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1964 F100 466 zero decked fuelie 7cc dish pistons, with RHP 2.11 1.65 budget D3 heads, Voodoo cam 219/227, rpm intake, Holley Terminator EFI, MSD Ignition, MSD FORD TFI Distrbutor, 4R70W Trans with Baumann Re-cal kit, US Shift electronic Trans controller with B&M Megashifter, 2500 Dirty Dog Convertor, 3.50 gears with detroit locker.

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More wiring



Primer



No tailgate



Painting of inners









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Interior

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1964 F100 466 zero decked fuelie 7cc dish pistons, with RHP 2.11 1.65 budget D3 heads, Voodoo cam 219/227, rpm intake, Holley Terminator EFI, MSD Ignition, MSD FORD TFI Distrbutor, 4R70W Trans with Baumann Re-cal kit, US Shift electronic Trans controller with B&M Megashifter, 2500 Dirty Dog Convertor, 3.50 gears with detroit locker.

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80% complete



Cherry plywood with clear coat and diamond checker plate







New 18" Bullitt wheels



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1964 F100 466 zero decked fuelie 7cc dish pistons, with RHP 2.11 1.65 budget D3 heads, Voodoo cam 219/227, rpm intake, Holley Terminator EFI, MSD Ignition, MSD FORD TFI Distrbutor, 4R70W Trans with Baumann Re-cal kit, US Shift electronic Trans controller with B&M Megashifter, 2500 Dirty Dog Convertor, 3.50 gears with detroit locker.

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Old 09-30-2012, 11:35 PM
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Ok in the summer of 2011 I took it to the Dyno, the engine was built by the PO and was said to have a RV cam flat tops .040 over etc.

This is what she did, it was tested on a Mustang Dynamometer

She ran 212RWHP and 308 Ft/LBS TQ

Would guess about 340HP to FW

Did this as a base line to see where we are at before making any changes.

So this winter after spending time on the forum and researching i chose to call one of the builders on here and get a good build with some existing parts to keep my budget in line and intended purpose which is a weekend cruiser.



This is what I found when I tore it done.

Cam was stock, pistons were .030 fuelie 7cc dish rebuilder pistons.

I took in to the machine shop and zero decked it, had it cleaned up including new rings and bearing thru out, including cam bearings.



Installed a custom cam Lunati Voodoo 219/227 hydraulic camshaft, D3 heads budget ported with 2.11 intakes 1.65 exhaust, and shaved .025, recurved dizzy, RPM Intake, edelbrock 750 carb, and upgraded to MSD ^AL with Blaster 2 coil, also installed 2400 stall and rebuilt my C-6 and install the wide ratio E4OD 1&2 gears, it also has a 3.50 locker rear









So went to the Dyno this past week and she ran 291 RWHP and 328 Ft/LBS TQ, the dyno operator was impressed as the torque curve cam up and ran straight and hard all the way thru till 5000, he said it was like a different truck than last year and was very impressed. In the end he figured it would be about 435HP to the FW.

So my next changes over the winter are going to be the MSD Atomic EFI system and a gear vendors OD just to knock down a few RPM on the highway.

Hope you like it I do have a video of the dyno which I may post this week.

Thanks to everyone for all the great info here and helping me build a nice 466 that rocks, who would of thought a 4000lb truck could slide around corners or lay 25 strips when you punch it cruising down the road.

Cheers D
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1964 F100 466 zero decked fuelie 7cc dish pistons, with RHP 2.11 1.65 budget D3 heads, Voodoo cam 219/227, rpm intake, Holley Terminator EFI, MSD Ignition, MSD FORD TFI Distrbutor, 4R70W Trans with Baumann Re-cal kit, US Shift electronic Trans controller with B&M Megashifter, 2500 Dirty Dog Convertor, 3.50 gears with detroit locker.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbl-v...3&feature=plcp

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That is one sharp looking truck you should be proud,thanks for posting the pictures.

Later Mark.
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That is one sharp looking truck you should be proud,thanks for posting the pictures.

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Thanks Mark, appreciate the compliment. She has been a labor of love for sure it is fun and addicting at the same time.
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Very, Very nice F100!!
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Good looking Slick,Took me 6 yrs in my spare time on mine. It is addicting, i was like a man on a mission, then kinda got burnd out and let it sit for a while and went it again full blast till i was finished. I did a chassis swap also, makes it a little easyer, plus i used a 4X4 chassis. Once again ya did a great job!!

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Good looking Slick,Took me 6 yrs in my spare time on mine. It is addicting, i was like a man on a mission, then kinda got burnd out and let it sit for a while and went it again full blast till i was finished. I did a chassis swap also, makes it a little easyer, plus i used a 4X4 chassis. Once again ya did a great job!!

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I was the same way in the garage every spare moment.lol I tell everyone that I finished it in a year and 1/2 but I have teenage daughters and it is just safer to be in the garage.lol The neighbors were wanting to see if I was going to get another one and start all over.lol

After painting the engine and installing the bullitt wheels this spring I went to a few show n shines and won a couple of peoples choice awards which I don't go for the awards but it is nice that people appreciate what I have done.

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Thanks for the comments.
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1964 F100 466 zero decked fuelie 7cc dish pistons, with RHP 2.11 1.65 budget D3 heads, Voodoo cam 219/227, rpm intake, Holley Terminator EFI, MSD Ignition, MSD FORD TFI Distrbutor, 4R70W Trans with Baumann Re-cal kit, US Shift electronic Trans controller with B&M Megashifter, 2500 Dirty Dog Convertor, 3.50 gears with detroit locker.

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Nice Truck, congrats on the build and you should be very proud
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Link to my Dyno Video

You can hear a bit of valve float right at the end.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/36499599@N04/8111048461/

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You can hear a bit of valve float right at the end.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/36499599@N04/8111048461/

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I noted the bobble right at the top of the pull as well.

When valves float you will typically have a change in the intake note as well. Those springs typically don't float until about 5600 rpm with this cam. I suggest checking ignition as well.

If push comes to shove you can shim the springs .030" over winter to increase seat pressure as they are installed at 1.830".

Call me if you have ANY questions D...

Kudos for a beautiful truck and I am glad to see that the power increase was in line with what was expected.

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Very nice build. Love the ole Ford trucks.
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First time seeing this truck. Its beautiful! Love the two tone theme and the cherry bed.
Im curious to see what mine dynos as well. I know the old dyno numbers were at the crank and came out 360hp/440ft-lbs. Not sure where this new build will be.

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Thank you, it came out way better than I even dreamed but at the same time I spent way more than I even thought I would,lol but whatever it's a fun hobby. I will dyno mine again this year once I install the new Holley EFI terminator system to see how it performs against the edelbrock, I am expecting a few more ponies.
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1964 F100 466 zero decked fuelie 7cc dish pistons, with RHP 2.11 1.65 budget D3 heads, Voodoo cam 219/227, rpm intake, Holley Terminator EFI, MSD Ignition, MSD FORD TFI Distrbutor, 4R70W Trans with Baumann Re-cal kit, US Shift electronic Trans controller with B&M Megashifter, 2500 Dirty Dog Convertor, 3.50 gears with detroit locker.

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