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  1. redneckracing68
    05-31-2013 09:24 AM - permalink
    redneckracing68
    It has a good distrubutor and coil, flame thrower I believe, no vac advance, I will try some different timing tonight, where to start? I read straight up if running double roller?
  2. redneckracing68
    05-31-2013 08:59 AM - permalink
    redneckracing68
    The 400 I have should have some power though shouldnt it...especially in 4 low??? I think my kids go gart with a 5 hp and the 400 in 4 low in a race for 150 feet he would walk all over me....I have never driven a 351m or 400 so Im just spectulating
  3. liljerry
    03-04-2013 11:08 AM - permalink
    liljerry
    Ok thanks. I don't know if I really want to spend the money on pistons. I havnt tore it apart yet. I will have to see what they look like. I'm thinking about going with comp cams xtreme energy 262/270 cam. I'm looking to have better throttle response and acceleration. It is going to be both an off road and on road vehicle. I'm not planning on racing it
  4. privateer, eh
    03-02-2013 10:31 PM - permalink
    privateer, eh
    After about 30 cutting discs, 3 snowfalls and a bunch of pita bs, I finally got the decks off the trucks and have them side x side. Now I can finally start swapping cabs. Got me a ton off project metal and a truck frame that I can turn into a trailor. Ran into an old working partner so now I can work and know I'm safe health wise. It's been a good week and now I can kick azz. I even got Obama helping me, see garage.
  5. liljerry
    02-28-2013 07:40 PM - permalink
    liljerry
    Hey I have read some of your posts and you seem to bed pretty good with Ford motors. I have a 78 bronco with a 400 in it and is a manual. I want to put an intake carb cam and probly headers. I was wondering if you had any recommendations on brands and models? I am taking the bronco body of the frame and putting a 77 f100 short box step side on it thanks in advance
  6. privateer, eh
    02-26-2013 12:04 AM - permalink
    privateer, eh
    Thanks for the message, read your trans to block matting. Wish I could go this way, just don't have the time, $$$, and can't risk a break down as this truck is going to be used to pull a 32' 5th wheel. Rule of the road #48, if your in the middle of nowhere, guess what part is going to break. Parkerm is going to have to learn about that epoxy, those ports look nice & high,... almost? look small.
  7. 73f250highboy
    09-27-2012 10:47 PM - permalink
    73f250highboy
    it doesnt like dropping the clutch when your stuck in mud. Down shifting to second has to be done at low speeds unless u mash it in (all of my zfs are like that) and they are a very noisy transmission. After i dropped the clutch a bunch it now rattles and clanks and makes lots of racket. However it wasnt quiet in the first place.
  8. 73f250highboy
    09-18-2012 11:29 PM - permalink
    73f250highboy
    No problems with the zf conversion other then my driving style doesn't agree with them. They aren't super strong
  9. wyoming4x4
    08-16-2012 11:49 AM - permalink
    wyoming4x4
    flywheel used 460 hyd cost me $100, adapter to flywheel for 400 $150. one advantage of the 460 flywheel is the 12 1/4 clutch compared to 351w smaller clutch think 11" max. everything else is just routine expense when working this project. my centerforce 12.250 cost me around 600 bucks. this is the one perk of the 400 project compared to windsor/small block. think the 400 is about 100lbs or more lighter than the 460 for sure. talk soon.
  10. KingBigJoe
    08-16-2012 11:46 AM - permalink
    KingBigJoe
    I'll be sure to call if needed. Thanks !

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  • About wyoming4x4
    Biography
    heavily modified 77ford 4x4 linked airbagged
    Location
    wyoming
    Interests
    outdoors wheelin, hunting fishing photography and running the labs on the mountains and archery
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    wy
    Country
    usa
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-350
    Year
    1977
    Current Mileage
    Rather not say
    Miles per year
    10,000 - 14,999
    Engine type and displacement
    472
    Induction
    N/A
    Major modifications
    drivetrain upgrades
    Tranny type
    Automatic
    Race weight
    6200
    Horsepower
    450ish
    Density Altitude
    4000+
    Track Name
    bighornes mts
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  • Join Date: 11-27-2008
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