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Old 08-17-2008, 07:53 AM
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wonder what size cam was used in this small ford, and how the heck did they get it to idle right,MMM?
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what would a person need 10 carburators for? haha. looks killer though. i guess with that you just set them all at a baseline and hope its close. i wouldn't want to try and tune out a dead spot in that motor
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I love it.
$10,000 worth of carbs and a .02 cent hose clamp on the fuel line....Thats hollywood for ya!!!!
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wow it takes ten carbs to get that old ford to start...that hose clamp is the the most valuable part on that engine. im just kidding. thats pretty impressive, id really like to hear it run.
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wow it takes ten carbs to get that old ford to start...that hose clamp is the the most valuable part on that engine. im just kidding. thats pretty impressive, id really like to hear it run.
Get the "Munsters Go Home" video you can see and hear both cars.
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