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    Very Childish Person. Don't waste your time on...

    Very Childish Person. Don't waste your time on him.
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    Ya checking the bushing is a good idea. Best way...

    Ya checking the bushing is a good idea. Best way would be with the seal out, then slide the joke in and see how much play there is by rocking the yoke up and down. Much easier with the seal out....
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    Is the vent open on the top plate? Can you tell...

    Is the vent open on the top plate? Can you tell if it is leaking between the yoke and the seal or could it be leaking between the seal mounting surface and the tail housing? How about the oil leaking...
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    The FelPro 1035 works great. Zero cleanup.

    The FelPro 1035 works great. Zero cleanup.
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    It's working Dave, just not much traffic I guess.

    It's working Dave, just not much traffic I guess.
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    i have searched the forums but have not found...

    i have searched the forums but have not found what i was looking for and help please[/QUOTE
    What are you looking for?
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    Sounds simple enough. Take the carb off, turn it...

    Sounds simple enough. Take the carb off, turn it upside down and place the gasket on the baseplate, then open the throttle and see if it hangs up. If that looks good then do as already suggested and...
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    The Autolites will make a few more horses on the...

    The Autolites will make a few more horses on the dyno? Totally wrong. Spark plugs Do Not make Horsepower. A worn or damaged plug can loose horsepower but gaining horsepower from one brand to the next...
  9. Thread: clutch fork

    by Foghorn
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    I wouldn't use a carriage bolt. Take two of the...

    I wouldn't use a carriage bolt. Take two of the type you are using now and cut and weld them together to the length you need. Easy.
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    I think Old Rob sells them. www.powerbyace.com

    I think Old Rob sells them. www.powerbyace.com
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    KRE25 I think you are missing the point....

    KRE25 I think you are missing the point. Racer3580 is just starting out in ministocks. I think most of us are trying to help him make a better choice. Good for you that you have won some races with a...
  12. Thread: They Work!

    by Foghorn
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    Sorry Dave but I think you better do some more...

    Sorry Dave but I think you better do some more research before you make any more claims about E3 plugs. Just saying!
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    You are right when you say geometry is important...

    You are right when you say geometry is important along with valve length. If you are new to this you might want to talk to someone in your area that knows what he is doing as far as setting up the...
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    Ya don't buy it. The engines are terrible.

    Ya don't buy it. The engines are terrible.
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    You could try an NGK Iridium IX . NGK calls them...

    You could try an NGK Iridium IX . NGK calls them "Extreme Performance".
  16. Thread: Info on a head

    by Foghorn
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    Find whatever numbers you can and possibly some...

    Find whatever numbers you can and possibly some photos of it.
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    I would stay away from all those "Snake Oils". It...

    I would stay away from all those "Snake Oils". It never hurts to freshen things up. It beats the hell out of waiting till it's too late.
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    If I'm reading this correctly you want help...

    If I'm reading this correctly you want help "Cheating". Why not play by the rules and maybe work on your setup to gain a little. Guys that cheat just piss me off.
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    What is a "Pulled Crank"?

    What is a "Pulled Crank"?
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    Could be a restriction in the oil gallery. Oil...

    Could be a restriction in the oil gallery. Oil gallery in the cam? A restriction where the oil gallery in the block meets the gallery in the head? Not enough bearing clearance. Bearings installed...
  21. Thread: Holley 4412 HP

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    I would like to know also. It looks like a nice...

    I would like to know also. It looks like a nice piece. I would be interested in how it works on a dyno next to some of the reworked 4412's that different companys are selling. It sounds like they may...
  22. Thread: 2300 vs 2000

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    If you are talking about the old 2000cc Pinto...

    If you are talking about the old 2000cc Pinto engine, they were great little engines. I think that is how Esslinger got their start with the old "Pinto Beans" car. Parts are not as readily available...
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    Look down the page, there is already a post...

    Look down the page, there is already a post started about this and probably a few dozen other ones in the archives. Just saying!
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    Someone on here was selling disc brake brackets...

    Someone on here was selling disc brake brackets to use Escort calipers. It was Old Rob (Power by ACE) or one of those guys. I think if you do some looking in the archives here you will find it. Car62...
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    The Esslinger one is great. I like their pulleys...

    The Esslinger one is great. I like their pulleys too.
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