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perf-list-digest Thursday, January 20 2000 Volume 03 : Number 017



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In this issue:

FTE Perf - Re:Unleaded in old engines ?
FTE Perf - Fun in the winter ...
FTE Perf - Re: EBML need ring gear bolts for 9 inch and Dana 44 and also Flywheel for V8

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Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2000 07:38:33 -0600
From: galaxie63 juno.com
Subject: FTE Perf - Re:Unleaded in old engines ?

> From: George Miller
> Subject: Re: 429/460 heads (hardened seats)
>I still can't find anyone who has experienced a failure from unleaded
> fuel eating up the seats on a 385 series head.Machinists tell me it
happens; they also >tell me it's not a major problem. I don't mean to
start an argument and I'm pretty >concerned.....................
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I sure know what you mean. I've heard this same argument over and over
for years, but I haven't run into it myself on any of my own "older
vehicles" or any customers cars.
Just dumb luck or what ? Tore my 68 390 down and it looked great for the
age and mileage, and it hadn't seen Lead in years. Same way with a recent
351w. But when I got the heads done, I went ahead and had hard seats put
in. It can't hurt, it was only about $80 more. Later, Phil 64 F-100
351w
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Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2000 13:24:22 -0600
From: "William S. Hart" iastate.edu>
Subject: FTE Perf - Fun in the winter ...

Well all, just thought I'd pass along some fun I've been having. After
predictions of 1-3 and 2-4 inches of snow, I was of course skeptical at
best. Its still snowing a bit off and on and we have over 4" pretty easily
:) Nice wet thick stuff :)

Had to run some errands around lunch time and decided to head out with a
friend in a Jeep, so you can imagine our 2 full size vehicles (his is a
Grand Wagoneer) plowing through the back streets ... we went and visited a
park with a huge hill just to see what was up and found some parking space
to try out the new tires and new motor (he's got the new tires, I've got the
new motor :)

It was quite fun, though my lack of fuel prevented me from any donuts or
anything, no traction in the rear at all ... so while he showed off with his
donuts I was able to just spin at least 3 from a dead stop, something he was
unable to do, at least not for quite the distance I was ...

We then had some fun with some un-travelled roads and pretty much concluded
the fun with a trip to the fuel station and finally back to the parking lot.

Maybe after work we can sneak in a bit more, but at any rate it was a blast
:) No more of those rice burners or muscle cars pickin on me today :)

Just my $.02
wish

96 Mustang GT 5spd 4.6L
73ish 1/2ton 4x4 6.4L
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Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2000 18:14:15 -0800
From: able office machines ableofficemachines.com>
Subject: FTE Perf - Re: EBML need ring gear bolts for 9 inch and Dana 44 and also Flywheel for V8

lilpony bellsouth.net wrote:

> I need ring gear bolts for my 9 inch rear and also my Dana 44 front. I
> forgot to get them and now its time to do ring and pinion swaps.
> also need V8 flywheel used if possible(my deal fell through and I need
> one) if anyone has info please let me know
> thanks Rob

hi..I have a hd RAM flywheel on my v8 302 that i wish to part company with

its a "new" (only used once) Steel flywheel with 164 teeth. pn# 1505
cost from PAW is $239.95

I am converting to a C-6 Auto due to repeated damage to drive-train caused
by shockloading from the clutch.
It will Need to be turned/ resurfaced. as it is slightly scored from damage
caused during baja-1000
It has less then 300 total road miles on it.
- -Will entertain offers for this fine clutch flywheel.- Cost to include UPS
shipping.as it is approx. 30 lb..-
Pictures of flywheel avail. upon request.
If no offers above $100. will be putting it on ebay soon..
phil

phil ableofficemachines.com


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