Hay Yall.....

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Rob
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Re: Hay Yall.....

Postby Rob » Mon May 23, 2011 6:06 pm

mart, I went ahead and joined up over there. That's a big place. Thanks so much for putting that ad there. Maybe something will come out of it.

George
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Re: Hay Yall.....

Postby George » Thu Jun 02, 2011 12:35 pm

Another option on the tall& narrow under carb crossover is to weld up the part that is above the car intake flange.

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Re: Hay Yall.....

Postby mart » Thu Jun 02, 2011 3:51 pm

George wrote:"Another option on the tall& narrow under carb crossover is to weld up the part that is above the car intake flange."

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Are you talking about the exhaust crossver ports on the the intake side of the cylinder head? If so, you can block those off completely too, by making some 10-gauge or so, sheet-metal plates to fit inside the crossover ports and then brazing them in place.

mart
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Re: Hay Yall.....

Postby George » Thu Jun 02, 2011 4:47 pm

mart wrote:
George wrote:"Another option on the tall& narrow under carb crossover is to weld up the part that is above the car intake flange."

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Are you talking about the exhaust crossver ports on the the intake side of the cylinder head? If so, you can block those off completely too, by making some 10-gauge or so, sheet-metal plates to fit inside the crossover ports and then brazing them in place.

mart
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Don't know where he is, might need or want some heating!

Rob
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Re: Hay Yall.....

Postby Rob » Thu Jun 02, 2011 7:48 pm

I'm in Georgia so it's not necessary.....BUT I think if I do anything there, it would be to widen the intake flange in that area as aluminum is much easier to weld than cast iron. The Hot Heads intake I am going to run has that taken care of though as it has been redesigned to work with the truck heads.

Rob
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Re: Hay Yall.....

Postby Rob » Thu Jun 02, 2011 7:49 pm

mart wrote:
George wrote:"Another option on the tall& narrow under carb crossover is to weld up the part that is above the car intake flange."

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Are you talking about the exhaust crossver ports on the the intake side of the cylinder head? If so, you can block those off completely too, by making some 10-gauge or so, sheet-metal plates to fit inside the crossover ports and then brazing them in place.

mart
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I have truck heads, remember? The crossover on my heads is water, not exhaust.


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