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D9 block bored .030
Auto tech pistons file fit rings
Scat crank and rods
AFR 295 .250 heads and 4500 intake, Afr stud girdle
Pro systems carb
MSD ignition
Cam hyd roller, solid lifters
254/268 643/677
Dynoed @814.8hp @ 6300 [email protected]
Spohn rear control arms
3..89 gear
Roller c6 with 3500 stall
 

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D9 block bored .030
Auto tech pistons file fit rings
Scat crank and rods
AFR 295 .250 heads and 4500 intake, Afr stud girdle
Pro systems carb
MSD ignition
Cam hyd roller, solid lifters
254/268 643/677
Dynoed @814.8hp @ 6300 [email protected]
Spohn rear control arms
3..89 gear
Roller c6 with 3500 stall
That's a stout piece man.

What was compression and what fuel used?

Cheers, Bob
 

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Pro sys Carb is 1100 and was only 2 jet size's rich in the primary.
They are pac #1940 springs so approx 175/494 lbs
 

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Very impressive build, Im looking at the doing the same thing only in a 1970 Torino. Have you had this thing to the track yet?
 

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Headers are back from jet hot, 2" equal length with merge collectors. These were very difficult! These cars are very tight!! I know my welds aren't the prettiest as this was my first bout with tig welding. Should be on road next spring.
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Did you pressure test them somehow before they got coated? I need to build a set for my ‘64 Galaxie which seems like a daunting task.
 

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Did you pressure test them somehow before they got coated? I need to build a set for my ‘64 Galaxie which seems like a daunting task.
No pressure test, you can tell with tig welding if you have pin holes. I used Ice Engine Works modeling kit. If your interested I would sell you the kit to do it, they cost $400. Make you a deal.
 
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