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Private Classifieds / Re: Shelf cleaning sale
« on: July 10, 2022, 03:35:25 PM »
Hi kieth
Give me the total with shipping cost to 73541 on the valves and let me know how to pay you.
If you take Pay Pal figure the pp cost's in the total.

Sent you a pm.

Private Classifieds / Shelf cleaning sale
« on: July 10, 2022, 12:25:49 PM »
Stuff for sale.
Buyer pays shipping.

Non-FE Discussion Forum / Re: North v South PDRA. (Kurt Neighbor)
« on: June 26, 2022, 09:21:39 AM »
It's about 50/50 in EPS as far as liberty's and lenco's . Liberty is the title sponsor for the class so most of the lenco guys run liberty shifters/controllers to shift there lenco with.

Non-FE Discussion Forum / North v South PDRA. (Kurt Neighbor)
« on: June 25, 2022, 12:45:29 AM »
Had a great time at the North versus South PDRA race at Buds creek today. Good weather, 3 rounds of qualifying and a night of fire. Was glad to see Elijah Morton got the #1 qualifying spot in exstreem pro stock with a 4.06  . Got to talk to Kurt Neighbor some and chatted about how hes liking running in exstreem pro stock.  He acquired Elijah's old pro stock car as a roller and got it together and has been running the series this year. Hes in the show although he only made one pass today. Having some troubles with his grid not picking up the 02 sensors so hes chasing down those issues but otherwise the ol car and Kaase power are doing pretty well. He was excited  he had been a few rounds so far this year and feels like over time he will get the mountain motor prostock figured out. Hopefully he can go a round or 2 tomorrow..

Non-FE Discussion Forum / Re: Hey Jay,,,,,,
« on: June 02, 2022, 10:10:26 PM »
Mike at Australian muscle parts makes one for Cleveland's.  Very good quality.  Same cam to crank center distance as the FE. Just a little work on the crank gear to get alignment correct and you got what you need. Could always get a cheap Cleveland timing set to figure out the adjustments you need to make on the crank gear .
Theres also another Australian company that list one although it may actually be Mike's as well.
Speedmaster has one for under $100 if you just wanted to mess around with it and RnD. Just saying.

Reply sent. Thanks Brent.

I have been receiving my e mails as per normal,  just none from you lol. Not sure what's up with that but I check my e mails several times a day. I'll send you another e mail just incase something funky happened with the e mail address. 
I think the Bam would be just fine, had been checking them out since you had mentioned them. I'll also call you on Monday so we can work out the particulars.  Thanks for the reply here.

FE Technical Forum / Re: Tunnelram woes.....
« on: May 13, 2022, 09:23:00 PM »

Larry, you may have seen this before,  I possibly posted it several years ago ,I cant remember . It's a long read but there's tons of great info in this . You may want to check it out if you haven't seen it yet. It's an older read but I swear I learn (or remember) something every time I read it. 

Non-FE Discussion Forum / Re: Extreme (real) pro stock
« on: May 13, 2022, 04:17:25 PM »
These are all big inch mountain motor engines.  Normally in the range of 825 to 914 CID. Carbureted . This is very general but most of the ford bodied cars use either John Kasse or Billy Albert's engines with 5" bore spacing, 12" deck hight and 5"+ bores and use Kasse hemi style heads based of off the Boss heads. The GM cars normally run Sonny's engines with the GM simi hemi heads. All of these builders (and others) have also built the other brand's but for 30+ years Kasse has been mainly associated with ford and Sonny's with GM. Like I said this is general. Much more to the story, but Kasse has built some mean GM based engines and Sonny's has built some good running ford based engines. 

Non-FE Discussion Forum / Extreme (real) pro stock
« on: May 12, 2022, 02:07:57 PM »
Sorry for sharing. 

FE Technical Forum / Re: FE Power Intake Testing
« on: May 12, 2022, 01:53:02 PM »
I'm really liking how the 8v highrise keeps pulling at top end. Im thinking with some spacer play,  different styles and thickness,  a set of those 1.90 rockers and the perfect primary size, length and collector that intake makes 900hp.
Great work jay, you are da man.. can't wait to see some more camshaft and ported head testing..

Pond aluminum block, solid roller race only.

Can a pond aluminum block safely be bored to accept a .903 ultra pro morel bushed lifter ?

Does morel make a .875 ultra pro bushed lifter ?

In eather case should the lifter bore in the aluminum block be bushed regardless ?

Non-FE Discussion Forum / Re: Awesome racing so far
« on: April 28, 2022, 10:03:26 PM »

How's the engine doing, Keith? A couple years ago, you posted a lot of the stuff you were doing, which was always impressive work, but haven't seen anything in quite a while.

Its going,,  kinda slow. Been a few set backs , lost some help. Just got the ol engine back together.  I had cut the whole front end from the fire wall forward off the car and re did it.  That's all done so I'm gonna put the old engine back in soon. Waiting on a new 1 piece front end, it's about to come out of the mold now. Suppose to pick it up on the 14th. Looks like I should be out testing sometime in June, hot as hell ofcourse lol. New engine is setting in my bedroom floor in pieces. Waiting on a crank so I can get the short block together then I'll be ready to move on to the top end once Jay is able to finalize his rockers and intake manifolds.  Mostly been working on a friends top sportsman car. Trying to get it ready for PDRA in Maryland.  I'm still at it, once I get back to work on my own stuff I'll post a little.. 

Non-FE Discussion Forum / Awesome racing so far
« on: April 28, 2022, 07:36:06 PM »
Ok, so I know this isn't most of you guys flavor and I know how many of you feel about 1/8th mile drag racing but I gotta say it's been an awesome start to the PDRA season so far and what's even better is quite a few of these guys are showing up at smaller grass roots type 1/8th mile tracks for testing and grudge runs. I have already been to kinston Nc, Hertford Nc, and colonial beach Va this year while some of these guys test and grudge and do quick 8 racing on these sketchy little tracks. I'm talking 3.50's  pro boost cars, 3.60's pro nitrous cars, top sportsman cars that regularly run in the 3.70-3.80 range , and my fave, the mountain motor exstreem pro stock guys running 4.0's on all motor.  All blasting down these narrow little worn out 1/8th mile tracks and putting on one hell of a show. Colonial beach (custom T's motorsports park) is off the chain when the fast guys show up.

Non-FE Discussion Forum / Re: Clutch (pressure plate) springs
« on: April 19, 2022, 07:20:42 PM »
Sorry for the confusion. I am very aware.... I had gotten most of my springs, adjusters, shims, from Ram for many years. Lately I have been sourcing them from black magic because they normally have 60lb, and 80lb springs in stock. They have a good selection of lever shims as well. I was trying to go to the source and skip by the middle man to see if I can avoid any mark up as I need several sets of springs for a few clutch builds. 

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