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If joe doesnt go number 2 I may be interested
I wouldnt even mess with that. get an explorer engine.
thats an 80 block? why would that be in there? thats not a roller block. what heads were you running?
hey thats my car too.
Walboro is the only replacement pump to use
Explorer 19lb injectors.
I run a 255 with a set up very similar to yours and no issues. It's overkill but leaves me room to grow later.
Forget the 86. We need pics of that sweet vert of yours!
Granatelli pumps used to be rebranded walboros.
Headscam are what's hurting there. Otherwise those are good numbers and you've likely taken those parts about as far as they will go. Good job.
well since you woke everyone up you may as well ask. sheesh.
I would pass. That's a parts car. If it's got rust that bad in the shock towers I can almost promise the inner fenders are toast as well as behind...
Might could get away with it. Honestly I don't think it's necessary. You aren't towing anything
you mean the one on the oil filter?
Turn that new motor upside down and inspect the crank bearings and to see if there's any sludge built up behind the pistons. No sense in dropping...
I don't know about anyone else but I'm not into buying wheel sets that are worth more than my car. Honestly those razors are too similar in shape...
I got mine on sale otherwise keep on moving. O'reillys also had a house brand gel cell that was a much more affordable alternative.
you could have a new balancer on in a couple of hours. why risk it?
If I was looking for a decent car that needed little to no work I would say you need at least 6k. You may find a deal out there for less but be...
Seems that there is not yet a cost effective way to correctly regulate voltage from the alternator long term.