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- Mon Aug 03, 2015 8:01 pm
- Forum: Projects and Products
- Topic: New member's 66' HEMI Coronet Convertable
- Replies: 1
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One of the biggest "bucket list" items for me was to own a HEMI B body convertible. I bought a nice 66' Coronet Convertible, Blue on Blue, with a White top, 273, 904 on the column and bench seat from an older couple. I was a LONG way from my goal! I started with a K frame from a GTX with sway bar ta...
- Mon Aug 03, 2015 7:05 pm
- Forum: Crate Hemi Engines
- Topic: 528 or 472? Siamese or no?
- Replies: 1
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I am running a Siamese "mega block" with 4.375 bore/4.5 stroke 540" HEMI. It is in a 4,175lb 66' Coronet Convertible with 3.54 Dana and 727. The engine has a measured 10.78 cr, aluminum heads, two 750 Hollys on a Stage V intake. It dynode at 635 HP with a mild roller cam. I have a STOCK 26" radiator...
Moss, without knowing the compression ratio, etc. it is hard to tell. But, from years of building engines of all types, I would start with your timing. The engine will tell you what it needs with a simple vacume gauge. Plug the gauge into a MANIFOLD source. Advance timing until gauge tops out and be...