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  1. Howe and QA1 have it listed on the web sites by...

    Howe and QA1 have it listed on the web sites by dimension. You can also download the catologue and dig through it or measure yours and call them. QA1 has great support. I don't buy Howe so I can't...
  2. Thread: corrosion

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    Possible electrolysis. Make sure you have good...

    Possible electrolysis. Make sure you have good shiny clean electrical grounds and even adding the OEM braided strap from engine to chassis is NEVER a bad idea.
  3. Thread: Starters?

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    Maybe helpful I don't know But I use AWG 2...

    Maybe helpful I don't know But I use AWG 2 welding ground cable(stranded) and solder the ends on. I use Dialectric grease on all the connections. I check the frame grounds for shiny metal several...
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    Well, this was real handy last week. The radiator...

    Well, this was real handy last week. The radiator cap is bad and the engine slowly lost it water. The pressure light came on the last lap but the gauge never left 210. At home, the radiator was only...
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    20 percent or more isn't unusual on a .030 GM...

    20 percent or more isn't unusual on a .030 GM block if it's not been honed with a torque plate. I'd send it.
    A teaspoon of engine oil in the cylinders can tell you a lot about the rings. If the...
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    Optimum front end will depend mostly on driving...

    Optimum front end will depend mostly on driving style and what you want the back end to do. Think total combination.
  7. Thread: Side bite

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    I went to a MLRA event last week and the winner...

    I went to a MLRA event last week and the winner drove the car turning left most of the time. I'm sure the RR was bald a baby's butt but he also won against the top three blowing RR tires. 5 RR's...
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    I was the tech guy for two local tracks. Both UMP...

    I was the tech guy for two local tracks. Both UMP at the time. Niether liked my style nor did UMP so that ended and I went back to racing my own car.
    I know of matter of personal experiance,...
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    I read a book on performance driving. IT catered...

    I read a book on performance driving. IT catered to asphalt but still had some good take always.
    This particular F1 driver was 1.5 seconds faster per lap WITHOUT traction control on a blind test he...
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    The best one I've ever driven was designed and...

    The best one I've ever driven was designed and built by me. Too bad there is only one.
    The front end doesn't mean much if the back end won't follow it.
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    That's awesome to know if I ever need one right...

    That's awesome to know if I ever need one right now!
    I bought the Longacre one for $15. I needed an adapter for the water jacket hole in the block but it was 1:30am so what are you gonna do? I...
  12. Also think about the angle change with the pull...

    Also think about the angle change with the pull bar spring. As the pull bar gets longer with axle wrap, the angle lessons.
    With that axle wrap up(pinion moves up) and angle change, the pan hard bar...
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    Ive used Evans waterless coolants in my street...

    Ive used Evans waterless coolants in my street rides and like it a lot. I havent used the VP though. The Evans might be something to look at.
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    Water Pressure Sensors

    GM block,
    Where is the usual place for the switch?
    I was considering the 1/8" NPT ports at the bottom of the water jackets just above the pan rail
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    You guys act like this board is the only one on...

    You guys act like this board is the only one on the internet to discuss all things dirt track.

    I can't speak for others but for me, I enjoy the shop time more than the driving part. I'm old...
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    RH isn't the worry, it's on the gas and the rear...

    RH isn't the worry, it's on the gas and the rear axle in full wrap where the yoke is fully inserted.
    Jack up the rear end to simulate what it's doing at race speeds and look for 3/4"-1' before...
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    Plastic liner? I wouldn't be able to recommend...

    Plastic liner? I wouldn't be able to recommend drilling out the hole to 5/8 and pulling a tire valve through it. From the outside in so it still fits in the can. I can't say i've ever done that or...
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    Cheap ones tend to fudge the pull rating and...

    Cheap ones tend to fudge the pull rating and increase the gear reduction so they are slower.
    Slower isn't a big deal on a trailer winch vs pulling 50 yards on a time limit.
    I have a Rule winch,...
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    Pro FIlers are really good for the money. You...

    Pro FIlers are really good for the money. You won't go wring there but gotta agree to it he above the 235cc is way big. Think 200-215cc. Maybe 220cc.
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    Original Brinn is 21.5" long...

    Original Brinn is 21.5" long
    http://www.brinninc.com/brinnoriginal.html

    Brinn Pro 2 is 21.39"
    http://www.brinninc.com/brinnpro20.html

    Original Bert and G2 is 19"
    (has option for 2 5/8 longer...
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    Correct. I spoke incorrectly. Falcons are...

    Correct. I spoke incorrectly.
    Falcons are popular in the Modifieds and a few SLM around my neighborhood. They are something like a cheaper, Winters made version of the Bert. They have a roller...
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    Falcons and Berts are the same length as the...

    Falcons and Berts are the same length as the Saginaw 3 and 4 speeds they were developed to replace. The Brinn(most latemodels) are 2" shorter so minus 2" from what ever Rocket set up book says. I'd...
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    Better yet sell it as something fun or part of a...

    Better yet sell it as something fun or part of a bigger marketing plan. Simply and factually stated, you're dirt car doesn't get in front of enough people in a demographic area to make a hill a beans...
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    For consideration, I make my own repairs and...

    For consideration, I make my own repairs and stuff so I prefer the DOM because it's easier and faster for me with less tendencies for embrittlement if care isn't taken. I've seen them all win though...
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    Very normal thing to do. Basically, the area...

    Very normal thing to do.
    Basically, the area under the curve is greater and more than offsets the peak lift flow. Even more of a difference when the small port is the restriction so as a stock head...
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