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Old 11-30-2012, 11:29 AM
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Basically my run of the mill-mill. 383, vortec heads, 9.5ish:1 KB D dished hyper slugs, Lunati 221 duration @ 50, EPS performer intake, 1406 eddy carb, headers, 700R4, 3:73 posi.

Bad part is a 1800-2000 stall convertor, should have spent more time reading up on the forum
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Old 11-30-2012, 12:19 PM
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My wifes purple 302, going in a 79 Camaro
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My 302 in my 77 Vet.
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If it has sat for a few weeks without being started pull the trans dipstick and see if it appears to be over full. If it is you will know the torque converter is bleeding back into the pan. I have known several friends who have panicked when they saw auto transfer fluid running out from under thei cars after parking them for a while.

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Its fact! my stored cars set for a few weeks and the convertors bleed down and I get a small leak from the shift seals! its no big deal, and with the small high stall convertors it doesnt set very long before I get a drop or 2 LOL

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I'll do that, I know there wasn't a drip after a couple of days.

Brian
Keep a piece of board on the ground during storage and after running it, it will stop leaking again.

It will always start leaking again when its parked. My TH400 was the same way every winter. No big deal really.
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I just don't remember this in the past, but I have never had one sitting around like this. The wife just registered and insured it yesterday so as soon as I get the brake parts in (and it stops raining" I'll be driving it regularly.

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Old 11-30-2012, 02:57 PM
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Very cool american I miss mine run forever on gallon of gas how about those Drive Inn seats
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Yeah I know not your average hot rod engine but it'll pull stumps when I finish it.
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331 ci. in my '58 Chevy Fleetside P.U.
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Yeah I know not your average hot rod engine but it'll pull stumps when I finish it.
Is there any hop up equipment for it? I dig the stock flatties, there is a place for all motors.

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Is there any hop up equipment for it? I dig the stock flatties, there is a place for all motors.

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That pic is just an old Silver Diamond 220 CID OHV engine. This pic was taken after I removed the head to see how bad it really was inside. Apparently there are some hop up parts available such as headers and custom intake manifolds (there are even throttle body fuel injection systems available).Mind you these monsters are heavy, slow and all but bullet proof. Mine from the factory was 100 horsepower @3600 RPM with a redline of 3800 RPM. 3 9/16" bore X 3 11/16" stroke along with 7.5:1 compression in case anyone is interested

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That pic is just an old Silver Diamond 220 CID OHV engine. This pic was taken after I removed the head to see how bad it really was inside. Apparently there are some hop up parts available such as headers and custom intake manifolds (there are even throttle body fuel injection systems available).Mind you these monsters are heavy, slow and all but bullet proof. Mine from the factory was 100 horsepower @3600 RPM with a redline of 3800 RPM. 3 9/16" bore X 3 11/16" stroke along with 7.5:1 compression in case anyone is interested
LOL, I thought those trucks were flatheads.
Check out Inliners International devoted to all Inline powered vehicles for some serious inline nuts!

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here is the 383 I put together, zero decked with 2 v-relief flat tops,balanced with 200cc aluminum heads
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here is the 383 I put together, zero decked with 2 v-relief flat tops,balanced with 200cc aluminum heads
Nice truck that goes with the motor.
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