Actually, the current issue of Chrysler Power has that story even including a behind-the-scenes peek at what went wrong and why it’s taken so long… For those that aren’t subscribers they’re at a majority of WalMarts and Barnes & Noble for sure-selected grocery chains etc or you can get a $1 download of the entire issue chryslerpower.com Webstore… also for the Poly heads, they can keep up with the newest developments on the poly super pac fb page-(I have to read it myself quite often as the new cams, tech, headwork, dyno tests, projects in process, stroker kits, etc show up there too…) We’ve got a tiger by the tail and by the end of this season we’re gonna look back and realize we had some really good times!!! (We’ve got two foundries that want to do Poly heads in aluminum that will fit the Poly AND 318/340/360 LA blocks…-bigger ports-lot more flow-ground pounding/Chevy stomping looks and performance! When Vasquez was asked , “why”… He picked up the big block Pontiac heads he does for that crowd and the aluminum 289, Windsor and FE blocks he does for Shelby and said, “why not???”)
From: 1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Bill M
Sent: Tuesday, January 13, 2015 7:26 PM
To: 62-65 Mopar List
Subject: Re: next round of Poly SS-X on the floor
Very cool! Have you considered doing an article that focuses on the details of making the manifolds themselves? Like the actual casting and machining process?
I think it would be cool as all get out and us gear head "inquiring minds" want to know!!
Picture today from the foundry… The core makers were closed all December… Next round ready to hit the road jack!