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|1|| Swap Meet / Wanted / '70 Rebel Interior Panel Water Sheilds
on: Today at 11:36:09
|Started by Rebel Machine | Post by Rebel Machine|
|Does anyone make water shields for the '70 Rebel interior panels? I need a set for my Machine project.
|2|| Swap Meet / For Sale / Re: Crower Cam clearance sale
on: Today at 05:23:41
|Started by SuperStockAMX | Post by amx390ssc|
|That WILL HAve nice idle sound to it!!!|
|3|| Swap Meet / For Sale / Re: Crower Cam clearance sale
on: 08/01/15 at 17:32:23
|Started by SuperStockAMX | Post by Jonny B|
|No wonder...Its a weird one...
Part Number/Work Order Number 45978
Engine Application 390 A.M.C.
Grind Number 278-HT
ADVERTISED CAMSHAFT SPECIFICATIONS:
INTAKE: Duration: 278º Lift: .466 Clearance Hot: .000
EXHAUST: Duration: 260º Lift: .429 Clearance Hot: .000
The specifications listed above are based on a rocker arm ratio of 1.60 IN
RECOMMENDED VALVE SPRING INFORMATION:
Part # Single Dual Triple
Approximate spring pressure: valve closed: 0 LBS.
valve open: 0 LBS.
-4.0 ATDC -18.0 BTDC
36.0 ABDC 38.0 BBDC
The information below is for degreeing cam only. Correct only at .050" tappet lift.
INTAKE Opens: -4.0 ATDC
Closes: 36.0 ABDC
EXHAUST Opens: 38.0 BBDC
Closes: -18.0 BTDC
LOBE SEPARATION 114º
Duration at .050" Intake: 212º
LOBE LIFT Intake: .289
4 degrees of advance have been ground into this Camshaft.
If using "Lobe Center" method of degreeing, cam should be installed on an intake centerline of: 110º
|4|| Tech Talk / Restoration Corner & Member's Projects / Re: 70 Hornet "SC401" Build
on: 08/01/15 at 13:57:34
|Started by KyleCim | Post by KyleCim|
|Front portion of the cage in self etching primer, time to move to the rear. Had the windshield pulled yesterday to allow better coverage on the front bars.
|5|| Tech Talk / Restoration Corner & Member's Projects / Re: Rank AMATEUR continues to restore Javelin
on: 07/31/15 at 14:33:27
|Started by 343sharpstick | Post by 343sharpstick|
|Just checking in, This winter I changed out my rear axle with a Moser unit with 3.70:1 gears, aluminum center section and disc brakes. It matches well with the T5.
My image hosting on Photobucket broke, so posting pictures is a pain on this site .
However the folks at car craft took this picture at the car craft nationals on the Autocross.
|6|| Tech Talk / Restoration Corner & Member's Projects / Re: Would You Change Your Machine's Auto To 4-Spee
on: 07/30/15 at 23:15:17
|Started by Rebel Machine | Post by brownSpirit|
|If I were buying a machine a switch to 4 speed would add value, but personally I would never build a car based on optimizing it's value. Unless you plan on selling it as soon as your done, from what I understand you have owned this car for a long time, if you plan on keeping it, build what you want. No-brainer. Andy|
|7|| Tech Talk / Restoration Corner & Member's Projects / Re: Would You Change Your Machine's Auto To 4-Spee
on: 07/30/15 at 19:34:26
|Started by Rebel Machine | Post by Vintageracer|
|I would leave it as an automatic. Keep the full value of the car and possibly save yourself enough money and time that you could buy something else with a manual shifter for rowing fun.
|8|| Tech Talk / Restoration Corner & Member's Projects / Re: Would You Change Your Machine's Auto To 4-Spee
on: 07/29/15 at 19:38:23
|Started by Rebel Machine | Post by amx2334|
|You may need to cut the trans tunnel. Not irreversable but something to consider if you ever try to go back.|
|9|| Swap Meet / For Sale / Re: Parting out 75 Hornet Wagon
on: 07/29/15 at 00:10:28
|Started by 72GremlinKid | Post by Fluffy73|
|Do you still have the car? I'd love to have the rubber bumperettes off the front bumper!|
|10|| Swap Meet / For Sale / 727 trans
on: 07/27/15 at 18:11:53
|Started by mpowerptg | Post by mpowerptg|
|727 full manual forward pattern trans, low time, comes with flywheel, Fairbanks street fighter converter, trans mount, trans yoke. $650 plus the ride, may deliver for fuel cost with in reason.|