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About 70challengerrt440

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  1. I use it in conjunction with my solid cradle bushings. But that is also using a Ford 9". I have not noticed much of a difference in noise. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  2. I replaced mine with solid bushings. The rubber is pretty soft. I would think poly would last much longer. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  3. I am going twin turbo so I will use my stock exhaust manifolds.
  4. I have set of 80lb fuel injectors that are alcohol comparable. Injectors have about 2k miles on them. $275 shipped..
  5. I have a set of 1 7/8" Kooks long tube headers for sale. Headers have ceramic coating from a shop in town. Much better quality than what comes from Kooks. This the only pic I have right now. Headers are still on the car. I will be removing them within the next week. Headers only.. $1100 obo
  6. Sold!
  7. http://www.firmfeel.com They can hook you up.
  8. First check if the vibration exists just revving the motor. Then I would check your driveshaft. Dodge has been known for low pinion angles. The u-joints will freeze up causing your vibration.
  9. Hey guys I have been missing in action but I still look at some posts. A couple years ago I sent my lower rear control arm to Razors Edge as a template to get some tubular arms made. Never heard back. I eventually had to go to a boneyard and get an arm from a salvaged car. I didn't know about Speed Logix. I'm glad to know the truth... Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  10. I have a FidanzaBillet flywheel partnumber 194361 for sale. It is for a smallblock mopar 130tooth. It weighs 13lbs. I had it on mydart for about 40 miles but I took it out because my rear gears were 3.23. It just didn't have enough mass to get the car moving. Asking $275
  11. Your number has to many numbers.
  12. I have a stock flywheel. 4k miles on it. I don't know current pricing. Make me an offer... Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  13. I went through this exact problem on my Dart. 1970 340 Dart running an MSD 6AL. Motor would fire but die as soon as stopped cranking. There is one difference with mine not using the ballast resistor. But it's the same issue. Give me a PM I may be able to help. Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  14. Sorry I have been busy. Actually I was doing some looking and I have this kit listed here which are the fronts. 11" rotors. 1 large piston. And I have a brand new rear disc conversion. The fronts costed around $900 the rears were $850 with hydraulic valve. I am not sure which spindles they used. All I know is they bolt up to a 1970 lower ball joint.