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Old 08-17-2012, 06:14 PM   #1681
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Plugs aren't to bad.. but man I just did my passenger side header gasket and dam near transformed into hulk trying to get the 3rd from the rear header bolt to thread.. I mean I got pissed. Then took a short break and bam it went in fairly easy. That's how it always goes though.. I'm sure y'all have some stories,
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Old 08-17-2012, 06:15 PM   #1682
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Passenger side no problem....drivers side...gotta remove my header to change the plugs
just take a cutoff wheel and teim about a 1/4 " off the spark plug socket, then use a wrench on the hex shaped part of the socket.
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just take a cutoff wheel and teim about a 1/4 " off the spark plug socket, then use a wrench on the hex shaped part of the socket.
Never thought about doin that, that's a pretty good idea! Here's my number 1 cylinder spark plug, maybe about 6-700 miles, couple quarter mile passes too since my heads and intake swap. Still running the stock injectors. I figured I may be running a bit lean but they actually look really good, slight brownish color on the arch.

Running autolite 104 plugs, have to remember that whenever I decide to change them out
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Old 08-17-2012, 06:26 PM   #1684
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you also maybe able to cut some of the hex part off to. just make sure you dont cut to much off the side that goes on the socket. but hey thats what china sockets are for.

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Plugs aren't to bad.. but man I just did my passenger side header gasket and dam near transformed into hulk trying to get the 3rd from the rear header bolt to thread.. I mean I got pissed. Then took a short break and bam it went in fairly easy. That's how it always goes though.. I'm sure y'all have some stories,
yup. thats how it always goes. usually a cold one and a smoke gets my mind back on track.
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Old 08-17-2012, 06:40 PM   #1685
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It will be about the same, but your tuning will be done manually with a carb and it will require some specialized components.
A carb hat or igloo, a blow through carb will be needed with the hat.
An ignition amplifier is always a good idea, as are special irridium fine tip spark plugs to ensure mixture ignition.
You will also have to periodically retune for temperature and humidity changes to keep your engine safe.

To me a carbed engine is much more difficult to tune and maintain than an EFI engine.
I agree,,fuel injection is pretty much done by the computer after its set up..I havent messed with a carb in forever,,I wish everything was fuel injected

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I agree with the regulator use.

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The nice people I worked for, for 26 years terminated me after I got hurt on the job claiming "workforce reduction".
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I know the pain ,i had 2 disks go out on me,,They fused 5,,but it always hurts,,like a toothache,,even after 7 years,,i guess because of the screws or rods..I heard the neck heals pretty good in mosyt cases though..good luck
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Old 08-17-2012, 06:40 PM   #1686
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you also maybe able to cut some of the hex part off to. just make sure you dont cut to much off the side that goes on the socket. but hey thats what china sockets are for.

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yup. thats how it always goes. usually a cold one and a smoke gets my mind back on track.
Yup, I figure a good half inch to 3/4 cut off of it might suffice. Drivers side header is really close to all the plugs even while running 90 degree plug wires, I still had to run a thermal sleeve on the one wire because it was so close. Maybe I can talk the wifey into letting me get a pair of Mac gt40 long tube headers and h pipe for Christmas

I did the same thing a few times trying to bolt my h pipe back on my car after my 5 spd swap. Always have the one stud that screws out of my passenger side header and it's a pain to try and start by hand.
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I don't have any probs changin my plugs

Here's a pic of my friends dakota im gunna smoke at the track lol..
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Old 08-17-2012, 07:09 PM   #1688
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I don't have any probs changin my plugs

Here's a pic of my friends dakota im gunna smoke at the track lol..
its got some big nostrils! lol
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I don't have any probs changin my plugs

Here's a pic of my friends dakota im gunna smoke at the track lol..
I smoked a Dakota with my sickly aod at the track when I first went but I don't think it was a r/t....if it was it was slow as hell...street tires and all he would do a burnout each time
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Plugs aren't to bad.. but man I just did my passenger side header gasket and dam near transformed into hulk trying to get the 3rd from the rear header bolt to thread.. I mean I got pissed. Then took a short break and bam it went in fairly easy. That's how it always goes though.. I'm sure y'all have some stories,
Man, totally understand the hulk transformation. I remember feeling pretty pumped up working on stuff where the little things weren't little for some reason.

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you also maybe able to cut some of the hex part off to. just make sure you dont cut to much off the side that goes on the socket. but hey thats what china sockets are for.
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I don't have any probs changin my plugs

Here's a pic of my friends dakota im gunna smoke at the track lol..
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Old 08-17-2012, 07:24 PM   #1691
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harbor frieght FTW. there cheap air tools actually dont work half bad to.
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Hell my maro buddy is getting a collapsable 2ton hoist from H/F for $99!.
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Old 08-17-2012, 08:31 PM   #1693
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Ugh, I could spend the better part of a day just tooling around Harbor Freight.
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Old 08-17-2012, 09:17 PM   #1694
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Cool. I will keep an eye on the plugs for sure.

What I meant about the sucker affecting the vacuum is. Since my gauge is hooked up to the intake makes my readings lower because off the now larger plenum volume. Where it is now actually vacuuming more at the carb but the gauge isn't seeing it because its in the intake. Because from what I understand the sucker should pull more vacuum. So with all that said should I hook my vacuum gauge to the carb?
Yes, if you wanted to see if the sucker moved more air you would have had to get a reading off the carb vacuum port before and after.
I'm sure it is enabling the carb to pass more air into the engine, but the larger plenum size will as you said possibly result in a lower actual intake vacuum.


Off topic: Sheesh! I'll be glad to get my PC running again. typing on this thing is wearing me slick.


Gained access to one HDD section today, backup file transfer has been running for over 6 hours for 355.4 GB of files. I really need to take the time and see how many of those I REALLY need to keep.
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Yes, if you wanted to see if the sucker moved more air you would have had to get a reading off the carb vacuum port before and after.
I'm sure it is enabling the carb to pass more air into the engine, but the larger plenum size will as you said possibly result in a lower actual intake vacuum.

Off topic: Sheesh! I'll be glad to get my PC running again. typing on this thing is wearing me slick.

Gained access to one HDD section today, backup file transfer has been running for over 6 hours for 355.4 GB of files. I really need to take the time and see how many of those I REALLY need to keep.
Yeah 355 giggers is gonna take a while! And I wouldnt worry about the off topic. There's a lot of that going on.. Lol.
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Yeah 355 giggers is gonna take a while! And I wouldnt worry about the off topic. There's a lot of that going on.. Lol.
So did I finally get on the same page as you and answer your questions ok?
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absolutley. i just like to fully understand everything, as im sure you know by now. but thats the fun part about it. thanx again

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oh and i just ordered a patch kit and jet kit. and tomorow im gonna try to order my tubes. i gotta get this thing track worthy man. good wheather is gonna start disappearing before you know it. after i get these slicks mounted all i have left is seat belts.
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absolutley. i just like to fully understand everything, as im sure you know by now. but thats the fun part about it. thanx again

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oh and i just ordered a patch kit and jet kit. and tomorow im gonna try to order my tubes. i gotta get this thing track worthy man. good wheather is gonna start disappearing before you know it. after i get these slicks mounted all i have left is seat belts.
Check with some of the big time racers at your track. You can sometimes score a good set of racing harness belts for cheap if theirs are outdated. I figure the outdated stuff is better than factory f it isn't damaged or torn up. I get mine from my cuz'.


P.S. My cousin ran the Beretta the other day on a couple of shakedown debugging passes.
Not even full throttle, no nitrous or full 1/8 mile pass and he ran in the 5's at 130 something mph. BUT, he forgot the pin to hold on his chute assembly and when he popped them it ripped them off the car and tore up some stuff and his wing.
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Check with some of the big time racers at your track. You can sometimes score a good set of racing harness belts for cheap if theirs are outdated. I figure the outdated stuff is better than factory f it isn't damaged or torn up. I get mine from my cuz'.

P.S. My cousin ran the Beretta the other day on a couple of shakedown debugging passes.
Not even full throttle, no nitrous or full 1/8 mile pass and he ran in the 5's at 130 something mph. BUT, he forgot the pin to hold on his chute assembly and when he popped them it ripped them off the car and tore up some stuff and his wing.
Wow. That's suprising fast being he didn't use his 700 worth of nitrous. I think He will meat his goal. Especially if he's still debugging. Don't forget we wanna see this beast.
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Wow. That's suprising fast being he didn't use his 700 worth of nitrous. I think He will meat his goal. Especially if he's still debugging. Don't forget we wanna see this beast.


It launched at a 1.30, but he says it will do it in the 1.10's once it is sorted out.
I got a new camera a while back, so next time I go out to his shop I will try to remember and take it to get some pics and maybe sounds if he has it to where it can be started. I **** you not you can FEEL it in your bones when it runs.
He's also supposed to find me the vid of the engine running in the mud truck.
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Speaking of a/f ratio if ya'll have a chimney starter the best way to get the charcoal burnin fast is

#1 beer
#2....beer
#3 redneck ingenuity
#4 a fukin fan to turbo that mah fuka!..
#5 we grill reeeeal fast!! Haha
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Speaking of a/f ratio if ya'll have a chimney starter the best way to get the charcoal burnin fast is

#1 beer
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#3 redneck ingenuity
#4 a fukin fan to turbo that mah fuka!..
#5 we grill reeeeal fast!! Haha
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Speaking of a/f ratio if ya'll have a chimney starter the best way to get the charcoal burnin fast is

#1 beer
#2....beer
#3 redneck ingenuity
#4 a fukin fan to turbo that mah fuka!..
#5 we grill reeeeal fast!! Haha
I can see that the beer is the prime ingredient, just be careful an don't "charcoal" the burgers to badly.
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I can see that the beer is the prime ingredient, just be careful an don't "charcoal" the burgers to badly.
Brats, chicken, and some salmon burger thingies for my friends filipino wife haha..trust me though we know know how to grill ya'll!
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Brats, chicken, and some salmon burger thingies for my friends filipino wife haha..trust me though we know know how to grill ya'll!
YUM! Love the brats and chicken for sure. Enjoy my friend, hope you have a great time.
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It launched at a 1.30, but he says it will do it in the 1.10's once it is sorted out.
I got a new camera a while back, so next time I go out to his shop I will try to remember and take it to get some pics and maybe sounds if he has it to where it can be started. I **** you not you can FEEL it in your bones when it runs.
He's also supposed to find me the vid of the engine running in the mud truck.
I bet. I can't wait to see it. Nothing gets my jollies off like high hp drag cars. Lol.

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Sounds damn good, what cam are you running?
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Sounds damn good, what cam are you running?
Thanx man. It's a b303 with 1.72 roller rockers. Which puts it at .516 lift. Well somewhere around there.
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Good news is we're one step closer!..bad news is according to a bunch of peps on the nastyz28 forum small block mounts work with the BB swap...bad news us there ain't no way in hell we can fit headers in there with these mounts.
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Thanx man. It's a b303 with 1.72 roller rockers. Which puts it at .516 lift. Well somewhere around there.
Nice, I shoulda bout that b cam last year when I was doing my intake and head swap

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As your doctor I would recommend a dose of BFH and a bud light drip STAT!
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Nice, I shoulda bout that b cam last year when I was doing my intake and head swap

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As your doctor I would recommend a dose of BFH and a bud light drip STAT!
is this a drag only car? if it is then i say go solid. they may help save some space. if not im sure there are some kind of mounts for this application as this definitly isnt the first time this has been done. but anyways good to see some more progress.
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Nice, I shoulda bout that b cam last year when I was doing my intake and head swap

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As your doctor I would recommend a dose of BFH and a bud light drip STAT!
Lol!..coronas on tap!.
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Lol!..coronas on tap!.
my favorite! nice.

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Lol!..coronas on tap!.
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