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turbofreek

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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prolly should update since the car is done.  its cold and already had some snow.  ive got a fee odds n ends and good ol twice over eveeything.  hook a few sensors in and thats it.  it will be out come spring time or late winter testing on warm warm days.  nope no pics right now.  gotta get it fired up first.  maybe a mayden voyage while tuning some street cruising.  

the biggest slowdown now is paying thst chassis bill...oof is all i can say.  tryin to start a company, deal with on goin medical issues etc.. has stopped about everything right now.  but we are done more or less.  just some finer details wrapping it up etc..

 

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On 7/10/2020 at 4:22 AM, Renfrick1 said:

Where the hell do you live to be able to race a track like that. That’s awesome


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kansas city.  the track is us36 dragway in osborn mo.  car wasnt real fast at that point.  i got the rest of the fire suit gloves etc..and neck restraint in route.  we finally figured out issues saturday but driver error and camera persons fucked up all night.  last pass it was on a monster run.  however bumped pass the staging and fucked the run up for a clocked pass.  we got it to build boost on the tbrake and it made 5psi start to finish.  it was motivating for sure but no slip cus of it.  i gotta sit in it and just make racecar noises till i get the linelock setup mentally correct.  then ill be good to go.

the linelock is backwards from 40yrs of training/racing differently.  thst is a very hard habit to "brake"lol  

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