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11 years ago
corventure Dave
One more thing to check... look at the crank balancer. In line with the timing mark is a pair of scribe marks on both sides of the dampening rubber center ring. I have seen where the outer pully has turned on the rubber. This will throw the timing mark off by any slippage of the outer ring. One 1965 with facory AC seemed to have a fairly kind-of tight pulley, but the timing marks were 50 degrees
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
I do not believe there would be enough pump action to refill the T-converter by just spinning the starter. Long time cranking and heating up the starter would also not be a good practice.
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
I believe my "Line 9" Rochester Products" catalog calls for 1 13/64, but you should be OK with 1 1/8. A tip from when I lived in Rochester N.Y. in the 1970's. A family friend, Frank Mason, Rochester Products Engineer who worked on the Rochester H and HV projects in the day.... be sure the float spring is agjusted properly. With the float hanging down, the spring should hold
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
That has been done. Corvairs like to go out for a run from time to time anywho. What I recommend is having a good or repaired cable ready to go.... so the swap out job can be done when time permits. I have seen cable cracks-leaks up in the tunnel area on some Corvairs. Also try to run the cable as streight into the transmission as possible. The 1965 assembly manual for example, has the cable m
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
Yes... the rod for off idol adjustment.
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
The port to the choke pull-off is constant vacuum, so you are correct... the gauge goes there. I use one gauge with a T fitting for hoses to each carb. Pinch one side off to get individual carb readings. It is also a good idea to detach the vacuum balance tube running from one carb base to the other. Simple port caps work here. If it's Powerglide equiped.... I have found that it will idol
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
I have ran many PG shifters for 30+ years and many long miles with no e-clip holding the shifter end of the cable in place, and never had one come off! As long as the cable holder is aligned properly... not a problem. This also makes dash removal for other repairs a heck of a lot easier. Corventure Dave
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
I also agree. Pinning defeats the purpose. I think perhaps the Chevy HP article had a dumb dumb point in it. The only other reason for pinning that I could think of, is if there was not enough clearance to have the double belt pulley. Corventure Dave
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
Have to determine where the leak is. The o-ring from the cable into the transmission? Or is there a crack or break in the nylon cable housing? When the vehicle sets, the touque-converter will drain down and overfill the transmission pan. Starting the engine draws the fluid back u and all is fine. But we have to make sure the o-ring is sealed properly and there are no cracks or damage to the cabl
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
Wow....one way to add trunk space! ..... Oh wait...... Corventure Dave
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
Phil, Seems these two events almost always have to fall on the same weekend!!! Dernn itt! Have a great day and be it "speed man speed"!!! Corventure Dave Palmer
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
Dang Phil...... seems every year they fall together! Bestist of luck and Speed Man Speed! Corventure Dave Palmer
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
Davemoto......You bee right! Thar tiz! Corventure Dave
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
What a great find! Super condition. I moved to the Left Coast in 1976 from up-state NY and vowed to never mess with rust again. Well.... we do get it out here also. AT least a bit. But it is usually the lower windshield strip and sometimes the hinge panels on Late models Wheel wells can get it here on earlies. Then there is the 1970's Surfer who left all his wet salty gear in the trunk for
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
Ah yes...1965 Coupe...... the actual speaker is the same as up front in the dash. Looks like you have the mounting brackets also. The next item to look for is the "fader" that is behind the radio tuner knob. I have them also..... in my perhaps someday gold stash!?! Cool to have the origional stuff. Corventure Dave
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
You will need the RH air cleaner can "lid" with the fitting for the PCV hose. Sam's picture shows this. I have also seen the same fitting on the air-cleaner crossover, tho not as that common. And Thank You to everyone for not calling it a PVC system!!! HA! That would melt! Corventure Dave
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
When I was 7... I crashed my toy cars!!!!!
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
There have been reports over the years of the fan switch giving out when one of those higher output fan motors was installed without a relay. Apparently the switch cannot handle the extra load of the new motor. What I have done is install the relay and use the dash fan switch to close this relay and actuate the high output fan. It's easy... however with this and the way I have done it, ther
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
Thanks a million and more!! Corventure Dave
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
The outward most or lower bolts on the clutch-flywheel or bellhousing do not have flat washers behind them. This is to allow clearance between the housing bolt heads and the flywheel rivet heads when the flywheel flex's under severe conditions. The washers are not a problem in these positions with Powerglide equipped transmissions and the torque converter. If a "flywheel" was repa
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
Lon, I completly agree with you. Now if we can get rid of those "blinding" HID headlights!!! OOp's... may have started another debate! Corventure Dave
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
I just LOVE my home State!!! The wether ain't baddd two! Corventure Dave
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
65sprint Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corventure dave, did you read all of my posts in > this thread?? Yes I have. No offence but I also had to join AACA as a full member, just to partisipate or even join a chapter. It is clear you are upset. I have delt with this kind of issue in the past with other organizations. I am sorry you have this postiti
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
That's it alright!! He finally put that big scoop in front I have been telling him to do!!! Corventure Dave
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
Lon, I believe that may be a State to State regulation on reflectors. I know in New York they mandated a specific amount of reflector material on all motorcycle helmets. Then there are emergency vehicles, even tho they get to do things the rest of us can not. As long as it is Red, I don't think it should be a problem. Adds to the safety fact that FC's have dinky tail lights anywa
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
Ay... you beat the Chevrolet warrantee for a new Corvair... what more can be said? Congrats! Corventure Dave
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
Sorry 65spirit... but you just still don't seem to get it! Do you think SCCA would let someone just show up for the day and race by just paying the entrance fee? The AACA example has been already given. You also continue to call the $95 an entrance fee for the show wrongly when it also covers the CORSA membership for a year and the benefits that membership has to offer. I understand you ar
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
This kinda falls into the official origional or origional dealer installed question. Think of late model Monza's with CORSA exhaust grille inserts. The dealers could mount anything back in the day, but does that make it un-origional? Yes and No. As Chevrolet intended delivered with only authorized accessories.. by the book... Monza's with exhaust inserts are not origional. Buttt then ag
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
Late crankshafts.... In the last 30 years and dozins of crankshafts...I have found that 2 out of 5 have shown cracks when magnafluxed!!!! I figure it is from all the low octain fuel wrongly used in the 1970's when everyone wanted to save money on gas. It is getting harder to find good Std Std crankshafts these days! An old timer once said to test a crankshaft by hanging it up and hitting
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11 years ago
corventure Dave
Threaded 14mm. Back in the day when I had Snap-On drawing a little blood each week, I got theirs. Along with a remote starting switch, the job can't be easier! Corventure Dave
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