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Old 08-03-2014, 06:18 PM
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Mummert Heads on Albatross


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It's a 292 bored to 301, zero-decked block with an Isky E4 cam advanced (crank retarded) 4 degrees for torque enhancement. Mummert heads, 1.54 rockers, Mummert intake and Holley 1848-1 carb. Putting an exhaust on it will help with the idle! Dylan video'd me tweaking it and checking the ignition timing curve.
Dylan has been helping me work on it. He's 14 and getting his learner's permit soon. He drove a tractor and my brother's Power Wagon during logging on the family farm this Summer. Yes, he drove a crash-box, towing logs.
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Heck of a lot of engine for a big truck! Is it a stakebed?
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Yes, it is now… it used to be a grain box. It has a 13 foot by 82 inch lift bed. It also has a 6.2/1 rear end, and a T-98 transmission.

P.S. This is a picture of the engine… It'll get goin' real slow - real fast!

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Gone just a wee bit to the "dark side" but it's still a Y-block by golly!
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That sounds good! Leave 'em open!
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That sounds good! Leave 'em open!
I do believe that it could melt the fenders! Putting the timing light pickup clamp in place was torture!
But I do like the idea.
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It's a 292 bored to 301, zero-decked block with an Isky E4 cam advanced (crank retarded) 4 degrees for torque enhancement. Mummert heads, 1.54 rockers, Mummert intake and Holley 1848-1 carb. Putting an exhaust on it will help with the idle! Dylan video'd me tweaking it and checking the ignition timing curve.
Dylan has been helping me work on it. He's 14 and getting his learner's permit soon. He drove a tractor and my brother's Power Wagon during logging on the family farm this Summer. Yes, he drove a crash-box, towing logs.
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VERY COOL! NICE Job!!

I have a 6.80:1 rear in my 55 F-600 right now and a 5.80/8.10 2-speed axle sitting on a pallet! If you were in the NW, I'd have a spare T-98 for you!!

You putting Rams Horns on it?

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Not rams horns, I got shorty headers to fit it. They are from Red's Headers and the ceramic coating is so very pretty! Long tubes would provide more torque but they'd need to be custom to fit an F500.
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Not rams horns, I got shorty headers to fit it. They are from Red's Headers and the ceramic coating is so very pretty! Long tubes would provide more torque but they'd need to be custom to fit an F500.
That was my second choice over the RH's,

I had to change my engine mounting to "side" mounts so the "Horns" will fit quite well. I also had them ceramic coated!
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NICE!! That is my long term goal with my 312 bottom end! Those heads are supposed to make loads of power!
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It's a 292 bored to 301, zero-decked block with an Isky E4 cam advanced (crank retarded) 4 degrees for torque enhancement. Mummert heads, 1.54 rockers, Mummert intake and Holley 1848-1 carb.
By the way,

Those heads and intake are BEAUTIFUL! I would really like to do the same to mine!
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I do think that this is the nicest, best combination of an engine build that I have done so far. I once built a scrub 400 SB that would reliably lift the front end on my little '72 Nova and I get more "*******" from this thing than I ever did from that. I expect that I could probably twist up the drive shaft like a string if I'm not careful with the foot. I can't hardly wait to get the exhaust done and get it inspected so that I may drive it! John Mummert had once stated that he designed these heads so that they could even work for somebody's little 301. That they do.
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I expect that I could probably twist up the drive shaft like a string if I'm not careful with the foot.
That would work well with my E4OD I suspect!
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