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LeRoar is on the mend
Richard Kinsley <leroarkinsley@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 17 03:30AM

Well I'm finally working on LeRoar after a 1&1/2 year hiatus. I haven't found a cause for the weird issue of the left bank running colder than the right bank by about 100deg???? But as I progress I ...more
MO <micher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Dec 16 09:51PM -0800

Maybe it's time to stretch way out there on your 100degree difference..
Could this be normal? Has anyone checked their engine temps from one side
to the other? Where did you get your temp ...more
Eric Sturgis <ericsturgis@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 17 12:22AM -0800

It could be a blocked head or gasket blocking the water jacket, but a
blocked exhaust would do it too. And no, it's not normal to have a 100
degree difference from one side to the other. ...more
JimJablonski <groovinjim@xxxxxxx>: Dec 17 08:29AM -0800

Also interested in where you are measuring the temps.
Nonetheless, I would tend to agreed with Eric and begin the search with the
head to block mating (and it will be easier to do so as it looks ...more
Richard Kinsley <leroar.kinsley058@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 17 11:36AM -0600

This problem surfaced 1&1/2 years ago when I went to a car show. It drove
fine on the way over which was only about 4 miles. Then on the way home it
ran lethargic and didn't seem right. ...more
JimJablonski <groovinjim@xxxxxxx>: Dec 17 10:36AM -0800

Rich, any chance you ran a compression test before you pulled it apart?
Richard Kinsley <leroar.kinsley058@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 17 12:37PM -0600

Yes I did and it was very good.
furyus63@xxxxxxxxxxx: Dec 17 10:47PM

Looks like a good winter Rich, keep us posted.
Nick T.
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From: "'Richard Kinsley' via The 1962 to 1965 Mopar Mail List Clubhouse" ...more
MO <micher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Dec 17 04:07PM -0800

It is not that one side is too hot, it is that one side is too
cool----correct? I wonder if some plugs are not fireing ? no fire= no
heat. I am sure you would hear any leaking valves . ...more
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Firm Feel choice ?
Doug J <63sprtfury@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 17 05:42PM -0600

Hi all,
I'm thinking of ordering a new steering chuck from Firm Feel. Wondering
which one of the 3 available units anyone on here has used on their car?
Seems like the quickest ration available ...more
Ron Crossley <rcrossley@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 17 03:45PM -0800

I had the step 2 on a '64 Sport Fury. I now have a step 3 on a '63 Sport Fury. Definitely prefer the step 3 by far.
Date: Thu, 17 Dec 2015 17:42:11 -0600
Subject: Firm Feel choice ? ...more
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!964 Dodge "Brutus" build from the start
JimJablonski <groovinjim@xxxxxxx>: Dec 17 08:19AM -0800

Nice progress, Mo. Thanks for sharing.
On Monday, December 14, 2015 at 4:25:04 PM UTC-5, MO wrote:
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New 318 intake
Eric Sturgis <ericsturgis@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 17 12:26AM -0800

How much are they? My friend Boris with the 1972 Dart has a sweet motor
build for fun but an edelbrock intake to put on it. I told him about the
new intake but I can't find where it says how much ...more
Michael LeFevre <493mike@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 17 06:03AM -0500

Hi Eric,
You realize these intakes are for poly 318 engines not LA series engines?
Mike LeFevre
Eric Sturgis <ericsturgis@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 17 06:19AM -0800

I don't know the difference. My car is a 361, I don't know about the
motors from other cars. All I know about the 318 is our 69 fury iii had
one in it.
Richard Kinsley <leroar.kinsley058@xxxxxxxxx>: Dec 17 08:25AM -0600

Yes Eric my engine is the Poly 318 which is very different than the later
LA engine series. Also the 361 is a big block which is even more different.
Some parts are interchangeable from A to LA but ...more
"Roland Osborne" <roland@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Dec 17 08:32AM -0600

As a fascinating sidebar to this whole POLY project, in sourcing an economical yet 2015 technically superior piston, we have discovered that you can make a 357 Magnum, 392 or even 402 out of your ...more
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