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solo2r
"I finally got my '68 back and am having carb issues so I'm really eager to get TBI on this thing. I've never tuned carbs in my life and learning on 4 of them just doesn't seem like a good place to start." I am sorry to say that is a ridiculous thing to say. You should know the basics of your engine and if you do not even know how a carburetor works, How in the world are You going to unders
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3 days ago
solo2r
Hi Tim! Not a Yenko Award...Those are very hard to win! That Trophy is the best of show that So Coast Corsa Club member Chuck Rust Made! He makes the coolest Trophies from our Corvair carnage! Dan, the 'parts car' Engine runs good. Just stock with headers and electronic Ignition! The "original " Engine I just got running the other night. Has some valve clatter, but runs good on the hy
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4 days ago
solo2r
My car earned 3 trophys with 3 different drivers that day at Flagstaff!
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4 days ago
solo2r
My Favorite magazine add!
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6 days ago
solo2r
This IS an RB 140 engine, with 95 heads. I believe it to the original engine short block for this '66 Corsa I built for Lawrence. If you notice, the main shroud itself has a 12 plate oil cooler , so does the welded on piece! NOT tin snipped! This was all probably done when the 140 Heads were still on it, The fan shows that it came up at some point but NOT with this shroud! Lawrence found par
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6 days ago
solo2r
I do not claim to have seen it all but this adds to the list! Acquired an RB Engine with 95 heads just the way you see it. Someone was practicing their welding skills? Cant understand why?
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9 days ago
solo2r
Awesome!
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10 days ago
solo2r
I have been able to open them like that by lightly pounding with the side of my fist at top of door while pushing button in
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10 days ago
solo2r
I just posted as another option! This was a transmission shop for over 40 years when my Customer purchased building. Took a year to clean it out! Looked into pouring an epoxy but the transmission fluid retained in the the thick concrete prevented it. "If you plan on welding, torches, plasma, grinding, you are going to ruin it." I have done all of that and more on this stuff! The met
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10 days ago
solo2r
My Customer and I went to the Barrett Jackson Auction in Scottsdale last year and saw that the had literally miles of this flooring! We talked with the Rep and made a deal as they need to sell it after event! undestructable, they breath, look great, easy to move around on with creepers and car dollies. The only thing I do not like is static electricity when walking across and touching metal/grou
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13 days ago
solo2r
Knowing that the gear has slipped, I would dowel the new gear along with your hardened key.
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14 days ago
solo2r
Surely Jay's Stinger is a better car as His Guys go through all of His purchases so they are safe drivers
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16 days ago
solo2r
Eric, Yup! Was in ESP and beating up on the Camaros and Mustangs until they omitted two words in the next years rules. "and Corvairs" I would like to think it was because of my car they changed it!
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19 days ago
solo2r
Yes, I as well do not let the cable turn while adjusting nut ...on any cars cables
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20 days ago
solo2r
Any good body/Paint supply store will have that service available.
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22 days ago
solo2r
YS-028 had them when I did the mechanical resto a few years back too.
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22 days ago
solo2r
Or Maybe 200-S
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22 days ago
solo2r
Not mine ! Just sharing Add!
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23 days ago
solo2r
Maybe oil sending unit
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26 days ago
solo2r
Is the Dist rotor turning when cranking? Check coil, points, cond, cap, coil wire
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26 days ago
solo2r
Pertronix
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26 days ago
solo2r
Here are all of the Corvair trans options .. Phil, never heard of a 2:56 first gear? Trans/ Gear 1st 2nd 3rd 4th '66 - '69 Saginaw 3 spd. 3.11 1.84 1 N/A 61-63 Car 4 speed 3.65 2.35 1.44 1 61 FC 4 speed 4.27 2.55 1.68 1 64-65 4 speed 3.2 2.19 1.44 1 '66 - '69 Saginaw 4 spd. 3.11 2.2 1.47 1 Carlton close third ge
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27 days ago
solo2r
Glad that You found it.
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27 days ago
solo2r
I meant to say cant see the keyway in crankshaft, only the key in the gear.
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27 days ago
solo2r
Sheared Key on Crank. You cant see the keyway on crank only the key in the cam . It is sheared. lucky that it ran at all!
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29 days ago
solo2r
It would be cool if there were pics of that!
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4 weeks ago
solo2r
Yes, Matts picture shows a '68-9 case with the cars VIN # stamped on block on left half and the 'normal' engine ID on the right half
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4 weeks ago
solo2r
Really Phil?!!! You have a truck and trailer, it is an easy drive!
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4 weeks ago
solo2r
The Woolsey fire started in Chatsworth just a few miles West of my Home in Canoga Park. Prayers for all.
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4 weeks ago
solo2r
Ill Take it Bob! Mark
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