RE: Speaking of roaring
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RE: Speaking of roaring



Coil location on the engine in that article similar to my solution.........

 

 

From: 1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of carverex@xxxxxxx
Sent: Sunday, May 17, 2015 8:42 AM
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Subject: Re: Speaking of roaring

 



On Friday, May 15, 2015 at 9:41:38 AM UTC-4, Plucked Chicken wrote:

The Poly roared to life last night after being down for rebuild.  First time run with the new intake manifold.  After a half hour at 1,500 RPM took her around the block a few times.  After dinner went a little further and gassed her up.  Seems to be doing good, time for some break-in runs......

 Thanks for the tip!

I guess I'm showing my "shade tree" side, but I had throttle cable issues also. I used some pre punched stock in the hobby bins of the fastener section at home depot. I'm going to try to attach some pictures.

 

Lyle 

Coil location is shown in pic 002 with homemade plate using the bolt holes in the engine head.  That pic also shows the Lokar throttle cable and bracket.  Have not installed the kick-down cable yet.

 

That 256 cam from Gary P / Schneider cams most def has some lope to it at idle.  And a little push-you-back into-the-seat even at part throttle so far.  But then the bench seat springs are 53 years old....  ; )

 

>The stock cam profile is an anemic 240/.390-.400” (1...@.050”) and the first HP Cam is the  Poly 256/.435” (2...@.050”) solid.

 

http://schneidercams.com/solidliftercamshafts-11.aspx

 

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