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My 67 Dart 411in BGE Stroker Twin Turbo Build

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12 hours ago, Plum0068 said:

Looks good Whose Valve covers are they? 

Hole in the back of the driver side is for a Block Heater.  

indys.  so do i need to plug that hole with anything or is it fine not having it plugged?

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Nah you don't have to plug it,  I've taken a freeze plug and plugged it just for aesthetics. it's a closed cylinder heats the surrounding cast iron and that heats the water jacket. .

               

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On 11/16/2018 at 7:47 AM, Plum0068 said:

Nah you don't have to plug it,  I've taken a freeze plug and plugged it just for aesthetics. it's a closed cylinder heats the surrounding cast iron and that heats the water jacket. .

               

if i dont have to olug it i wont. just dodnt want anything leakingout of it.lol

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thanks guys, cant wait to see this with the bumper on and fully assembled.  got a lot of clean up and prime n painting to do.  finish welding, wiring n fuel lines.  little things that add up to a fortune of time needed.

 

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