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Old 11-17-2012, 12:04 PM
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Old 11-17-2012, 12:11 PM
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first full build with all new parts..
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sadly it's still waiting to find a home and be fired..
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Old 11-17-2012, 02:32 PM
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My daily driver C10. 305 eforce charged at 9 psi.

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Not much fancy to look at, but this is the 327 in my Austin gasser:
Hey, it's sweet. I like the "clean" look. Nothing wrong with that! Be proud.
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Here is one of my favorites. Its a Detroit 24v71. It has 12 blowers and makes somewhere north of 3500 hp.

It doesn't look like it makes any power. Because it looks like it's never been started.
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My daily driver C10. 305 eforce charged at 9 psi.

Oh good lord my man! The dryer vent tubing has GOT TO GO!
( What were you thinking ?!?! )

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Old 11-17-2012, 07:18 PM
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Oh good lord my man! The dryer vent tubing has GOT TO GO!
( What were you thinking ?!?! )

I was thinking that I have to get to work in the middle of July. A new vortec head supercharger and did not have the MSD btm yet to retard the timing. It was a bad mix for 100+ degree temps.

Gone now, but it worked pretty good. Currently has a 3" high 14" cleaner with extreme flow through lid.
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BRM's H16 16 cyl engine used by Team Lotus in the 60's. basically two 8 cyl engines sharing a common sump. The crankshafts were geared together.
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67 327 l79.

My L79 0ptioned 327 in my 67 Acadian with 1969 2.02 heads.

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Gone now, but it worked pretty good. Currently has a 3" high 14" cleaner with extreme flow through lid.
Aaaaaahhhhh.... good of you to rectify that situation.

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This engine gave me WOOD. Ridiculous power. Was in a 70 Chevelle SS. Jerked that car up in the air without even trying. Dude didn't make a full pass with it, he was just testing it. Sure looked like it was capable of a LOW 7 second pass though.

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This is a 489 with Isky hydraulic roller cam, Cloyes gear drive, Merlin heads, Ross 7:1 pistons on H-beam rods, 8:71 Dyer Blower (set up by Gary) running 1:1.
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Just a 327 but i like it.first is a L79 327/350 hp65 vette before restoration ,the second is a 64 327/360 hp fulie vette
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