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punkur67
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Joined: 10 Aug 2010
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Location: Lakeside, ca
New to the forum. heres my 67

Just got my 67 fairlane a few weeks back. Has a built 289 Sad , a built c-4 Sad , and a 9 " rear with a nod housing and 35 spline axles. The motor is all forged guts, a big cam, msd ignition, and some masaged 302 heads.The car was set up more as a street strip car. It has a fuel cell, spool, manual valve body, and so on. So far I have just tuned the motor to get it running good, put a complete aeromotive fuel system in, put slicks on, and cleaned up the engine compartment. I plan on doing a 418ci small block stroker (either high compression or twin turbos) or a 533ci big block, and a built c-6. The car moves decent for how small the motor is so it will do till the new motor is done.





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Post Tue Aug 24, 2010 6:02 pm 
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COBRAJET2
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Joined: 29 Nov 2007
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Location: ORELAND, PA

That's a lot of Yellow! Car looks clean. Congrats.

Mike

Post Wed Aug 25, 2010 12:39 pm 
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punkur67
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Well I got a 393w stroker about 2 months ago and have been getting it ready to be re-assembled. Had a spun cam bearing when I got it and I wanted to get the heads ported. Got one last trip to zero deck the block and balance the crank and its all ready to go back together.

It will be a 393w with 10.64 to 1 compression, cast scat crank, forged h beam rods, probe forged pistons, trick flow track heat 170cc heads with a full port job, roller tip rockers, a schnider custom flat hydraulic cam to match the flow numbers, and a stealth manifold with minor porting.

This motor is just to keep me happy for now untill I can afford to build a bigger motor.

Post Sun Nov 28, 2010 11:45 pm 
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Scott66gta
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Location: syracuse, NY
yellow is good...

check this guy's f'lane out... nice inspiration for me...

http://www.lateral-g.net/members/libby/

Post Mon Nov 29, 2010 11:05 am 
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punkur67
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Location: Lakeside, ca
Re: yellow is good...

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Originally posted by Scott66gta:
check this guy's f'lane out... nice inspiration for me...

http://www.lateral-g.net/members/libby/


That thing is BAD! Got several good ideas from that car.

Post Mon Nov 29, 2010 11:52 pm 
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punkur67
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Location: Lakeside, ca

I just put my new stroker in this weekend. I still need to work out a few bugs but I completely rewired the car, did a new dash, did a full roller c4, and built this 393w. Sounds great and cant wait to take it out in the next couple days



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