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01-10-2012 10:49 AM
AutoGear a neighborhood guy that had a 'clutch-o-matic' in a gasser style car when I was very very young. I seem to remember it having oil dripping problems. I imagine Art Carr could build you one; if you can find him.
01-10-2012 08:28 AM
Dusty21 I wanted to build one for track use only. I kinda figured it would be hard shifts it would be used on dirt. If you go to you would see the kind of racing it would be used for. Thank you
01-09-2012 04:06 PM
lmsport A clutch-turbo?
I did a few of the Fairbanks kits back in the 1980's but havent seen anything on that setup in years. The shifts were violent but the cars would go on the track. I wouldnt try to street drive one.
01-09-2012 01:05 PM
DIY direct drive turbo 350

Does any One have any info on a do it yourself Kit or on how you relive the pressure when you run it direct drive. thank you

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