Re: Poly Oil Filter w/ TTI Headers
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Re: Poly Oil Filter w/ TTI Headers



Here are a couple pics. I mentioned that you can use the stock filter placement with the TTI's. However the heat scorched the label off mine so I built the pictured heat shield for the oil filter. Easy and effective. Just some sheet aluminum and some heat shield insulation that is used by plumbers when soldering joints to protect the wall. A hose clamp holds it on.

The second pic is showing how I drilled the base plate for the oil filter for extra flow. The machinist recommended this to me. Very easy to do.

Also as far as the braces for the trans when using the TTI's, the one for the starter side will work but it's tough to get in and must be done after the headers and starter are installed.  The passenger side does not work. I ran without either for quite a few years until I finally saw I could get the driverside to work.

The headers are worth the effort though.  Buy a bunch of 3/8" wrenches and torch them into whatever shape you need to get around obstacles :-)  Number 3 & 5 exhaust are the buggers!!! Be sure to use high temp sealant on the bottom headers bolts and re-tighten several times after driving it.  Good luck.

Rich Kinsley '64 Dodge Polara 4dr LeRoar 318 poly w/less goodies 

On Sun, Jan 25, 2015 at 8:35 PM, Bill M <y1topbanana73@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Seems to me that I can get the same result of the fancy Canton oil filter plate by putting mine in my drill press and adding 4 holes...correct?

Not to hijack my own thread, but something that just dawned on me is that the trans to engine braces will likely not be able to be used with the TTI headers. Can anyone confirm?

Bill M
65 Coronet 500 'vert http://goo.gl/6xUS1
73 Dart Sport, 05 Ram 2500 CTD, 4WD, QC, LB, Laramie
21 Model T Depot Hack, 06 Mazda 3

On Sat, Jan 24, 2015 at 4:51 PM, <furyus63@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Gary,
 
I just don't know why vendors don't include the Poly when items will work. Maybe with some renewed interest in this engine thinking will change for the better and we will see changes in catalogs and websites.
 
Nick T.
 
 
 


From: "Gary H." <62to65mopar@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "1962to1965mopars" <1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, January 24, 2015 2:53:15 PM
Subject: Re: Poly Oil Filter w/ TTI Headers

Thanks for the update Nick. I did not mean to dis the vendor; just point out the catalogs of many vendors fail to include applications for the Poly. This case it seems it was intentional:  "anyone building one [a Poly] would know what  parts are interchangeable." They seem to sell quality items.

By " He said they don't see any completion Polys" ... I think you mean competition Polys?

Gary H.

>  -------Original Message-------
 
>  When my engine was built the filter was changed to a Pure Power remote
>  filter system. It took up to much room in the engine compartment and did
>  not look good. I no longer had the original filter plate so I went to
>  Canton Racing which is only a half hour drive. The sales rep. knew what I
>  needed and handed me a unit for a small block wedge and said this will
>  handle more than 3 times the oil flow. Most all their parts are made for
>  circle track racing, quality parts for big dollar racing engines. He said
>  they don't see any completion Polys but anyone building one would know what
>  parts are interchangeable. Very friendly place too. Just think, drive
>  another 15 minutes and your at Moroso's showroom for more fun parts not
>  listed under Poly.
>  
>  
>  Nick T.

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