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8 months ago
LeadFootLogan
If this helps any, the motor is in Wisconsin and I live in Dallas Texas
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9 months ago
LeadFootLogan
Does anyone know how much a late model short block weighs? Im looking at buying one and it needs to be shipped across the country.
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11 months ago
LeadFootLogan
Sorry about that, never saw it posted on here. I just saw it on Craigslist
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11 months ago
LeadFootLogan
I know Corvair prices have risen but not that much unless I missed something
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
Thanks, looks like I was given the wrong website lol
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
I’ve tried searching his website Americanaircooled.com but nothing comes up or this website can’t be found. Any help?
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
Thank you all for the information. I’m building this motor to be a street/autocross car. My dad and I are planning on going the repair route due to the type of stress this motor will be under.(Planning on building a 200hp motor)
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
American Mel Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That looks like OLD damage to me. > That was caused by a broken valve seat, and none of yours look broken/missing to me. > What do your pistons look like? All of them look fine. There is a small indentation where the intake valve touched the piston, although it’s hard to see. I never tried starting t
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
Here’s both of my heads, my Vair wasn’t running when I got it.
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
Finally got around pulling the head off of my 140 and found this. Can this head be saved?
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
Never mind, I was informed that only one side is a posi. Although I most likely need both sides.
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
I actually need to of them, I already got a pm about one(maybe two). So I’ll ask again. Does anyone have 2 posi adjustment sleeves they’re willing to sell?
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
My dad ordered the part and Clark’s called him and said they don’t have the parts. Does anyone have one they’re willing to sell?
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
RobertC Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Looks like Clark's has repos: > > > > Would doubt there is a NOS one out there, but anything is possible. Clarks does not have the part in stock. From what I know they don’t make them anymore.
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
I have a part I need to find and purchase. Preferably a new or nos part. I believe it is called a posi-traction adjustment sleeve for a 65 4spd with a LSD 3.55 Part number 9 picasion.com
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
I believe the offset on my wheels are +15 and they’re made out of aluminum. They weight approx 18lbs. They’re BBS RX-224, and as I’ve said before it’s a 15x7.5 Hoosier has a smaller tire diameter but I think I’ve ran into another problem. I’m not sure if those tires are DOT approved.
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
Thank you for the info. I have a 3.55 limited slip with a 4speed. My motor will be built and I’m aiming for 200 wheel horsepower so I doubt I’ll have any trouble with moving the tires. I’m looking at a Hoosier tire (27.0/8.0r15) my wheels specs are 7.5x15 with an offset of 15.
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
I know this question will sound absurd or crazy to some, but will a 27in tall tire on a 15in wheel fit on a late model? I’m going for a trans am racing look and I would like the tire to fill the gap between the wheel and fender(or come close to it)
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
I’m willing to drive all over Texas. Does anyone have Mikes contact information?
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
Is there anyone in Texas that is experienced with assembling trans and diffs? I was going to send it out of state but the shipping is too much.
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
Also do keep in mind that I’m building my Vair for autocross and circuit use.
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
I’ve heard that you can do the Porsche conversion for 500 or so dollars. I’d rather put the 1k towards something else.
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
I was wondering if anyone has done the air cooled 911 fan on their Vair on here. If so, what does it take to do the conversion? Is there a kit?
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
I sent you a PM vairmech
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
Does anyone know any shops in the DFW(Texas) area who has experience assembling differentials? I have a 3.55 LSD with the 4 spider conversion that needs to be assembled.
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
They are. Summit sells them but without a picture. Although the part numbers match up.
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
THIS is the carb adaptor. Been trying to get this picture for 20 minutes! Back to my original question, has anyone ever done this adaptor before?
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
This adaptor
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
Ah my bad I made a mistake. I’m talking about the Offenhauser big carb adapter plate.
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1 year ago
LeadFootLogan
Has anyone ever done an Otto big carb adaptor for a 140 motor? Kind of thinking about doing it to my 140.
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