Wow, that's great on the motor only. :shock: I hope to be somewhere around there too, once I get that Detroit Locker rebuilt. The 4-speed did shift alot smoother once I adjusted the clutch. At the bash, I couldn't even get it into gear, after about the 8th run. :lol: I rolled it up on the trailer, adjusted the rod, and it was great after that. I have the Hurst Competition plus shifter in there, so I'll always have that long throw. I didn't want to make the large hole in the floor for the short throw one. (I think it's the Super Shifter ?). I was only shifting at 6000.
I'll give you a ride at the next Bash. We'll just put a little air in the tires and head back out to Old Kentucky 81. :lol:
New project coming... 1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe 521/C6