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SCROTHE harness works, I know several people running them as well in other street cars. If I remember correctly, they are the only harness available...
I currently have the lap portion of the harness attached to the factory mounting locations for the lap belt, and the shoulder parts attached to the...
1. Rev engine untill rod failure
2. Back off a few hundred rpm :D
But seriously, on a stock 289 I doubt the head/cam are flowing or making any...
You need a reverse flow pump for that
Suggestions for the thread starter
1. Buy a minivan
2. Drive kids to soccer practice
3. Stop trolling the vintage mustang section of...
Thanks, I'm here all week
Thats a strange looking waterpump
This is what I see.
1. You ask how safe a vintage mustang can be
2. Show us crash testing footage of a chevy bel-air
3. Say that vintage...
In this thread : Someone asks a question they already have all the answers to just to stir up trouble :shrug:
I think he is trying to say that a chevy bel air would perform differently in a crash test compared to a ford mustang.
I almost forgot. Get a fuel cell, or a peice of sheet metal welded/bolted in as a barrier between you and the trunk/fuel tank compartment.
By the way, did anyone else notice the brown fuzzy dice hanging in the rear view mirror lol
Upgrade the lap belts to a porperly installed 3 or 4 point harness.
I think most of the damage the driver in the crash with the malibu would have...
I've been out of the loop too long, I didn't even know crane cams went kaput
The guides are .060" thick, and several of my rockers were shimmed to .060, which was perfect.
However, several of my rockers...
This is just horrible, both in the people that got screwed, and that the guy is actually coming on and defending himself as a "satisfied customer"...
I have 1 inch lowering blocks in the rear between the leaf and the axle, I measured and milled some off so that the block is now both a lowering...
I would say under 220-230 you should be fine, as long as its not boiling over
They look to be thin enough, hopefully .030 or so
Thanks for mentioning those things, I'd hate to be running without them. Are they pretty much...
Correction in angles.
The driveline has 1 degree up
The rear pinion is 2 degrees down
The transmission is 1 degree up
I was going to raise...