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Old 06-20-2013, 08:53 PM
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Old 07-05-2013, 08:59 PM
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Old 07-13-2013, 08:06 PM
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Old 07-16-2013, 12:20 PM
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Old 07-16-2013, 10:10 PM
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Got a Demon trying to get out of there Jester LOL.
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Old 07-19-2013, 12:06 PM
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You mean the skull I carved and molded in the scoop? LOL I had skulls air brushed on the car till I sprayed the black and white sealer. The Thumper is going on my wifes Camaro but I put them on my Vette to show her what they would look like LOL When I spray the Vette the Skull theme will be back with with flames and lettering "The Devil's Riding Shot Gun". Like it did before

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Yea and I thought you might have a demon carburetor under that scoop ,kind of a double meaning .LOL

Achmed looks cool peeping out
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Yea and I thought you might have a demon carburetor under that scoop ,kind of a double meaning .LOL

Achmed looks cool peeping out
I'm a Holley Guy for the most part when it comes to performance , Ive installed a lot of Demons,the early ones were good carbs by B.G. but in later years I Learned my lesson about Chinese quality and B.G. Demons LOL I haven't tried or installed any since Holley took over Barry Grants, but I'm retired now and probably never will

Everyone asks if I'm running a Thumper Cam LOL But I'm
actually running a "General Kinetics" (Old skool) That I had put away for almost 40 years! I tell people that and they never heard of G.K. Cams LOL! You ought to see their faces when I mention my sodium exhaust valves! The cars built Old skool nostalgia late 60s High RPM 1/4 mile 302 drag engine! I like that era! And relive it every time I set behind the Wheel

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Old 07-19-2013, 12:44 PM
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I'm a Holley Guy for the most part when it comes to performance , Ive installed a lot of Demons,the early ones were good carbs by B.G. but in later years I Learned my lesson about Chinese quality and B.G. Demons LOL I haven't tried or installed any since Holley took over Barry Grants, but I'm retired now and probably never will

Everyone asks if I'm running a Thumper Cam LOL But I'm
actually running a "General Kinetics" (Old skool) That I had put away for almost 40 years! I tell people that and they never heard of G.K. Cams LOL! You ought to see their faces when I mention my sodium exhaust valves! The cars built Old skool nostalgia late 60s High RPM 1/4 mile 302 drag engine! I like that era! And relive it every time I set behind the Wheel

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I ran A Reed Cam for years my dad worked for BF the father of the owner of Reed cams ,no one probably remembers those ,Yea the sodium filled valves and titanium keepers ,just be sure to warm the engie before any high rpm we ran a block heater like they use in colder climates and a generator to keep it warm between rounds ,every one else was trying to cool theres down LOL
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Yea it needs to run about 15 minutes before being put in gear so everything expands to size the forged Jahns pistons expand quite a bit LOL

Some say Outdated technology. I say not really!!!!! just old skool !!! Fast is fast!!! Simple is simple!!!
What worked 50 years ago will work every bit as well today. Its fun to blow the doors off new skool builds and then hear excuses why they lost to old outdated technology LOL By the way (you younger guys) we ran big roller cams and roller rockers in the early 60s !

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Old 07-19-2013, 05:33 PM
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