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Old 11-27-2017, 09:15 AM   #4961
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A few shots of my 604 Hemi in position. Trying to figure out why the mezier water pump has such an odd angle to the output, and what kind of hose to use to connect it.
sure wouldn't work with a belt driven fan!!! Time to hit the parts store and look for something with the right bends and adjust the ends accordingly.
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Old 11-27-2017, 08:35 PM   #4962
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sure wouldn't work with a belt driven fan!!! Time to hit the parts store and look for something with the right bends and adjust the ends accordingly.


Yep!
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Old 11-27-2017, 08:37 PM   #4963
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That's the same plate that I have.


Yep. Wish mine was unmolested.
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Old 11-28-2017, 01:20 PM   #4964
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hello hemi dart`s fans, my 68`LO23 Dart is for sale in: Carsonline.com regards vali
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Old 12-01-2017, 12:27 PM   #4965
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I just consigned it to BJ in Palm Beach for April. I need the location of the blue box system. I have the wiring diagram and see a few blank holes in firewall/inner fenders etc. I have the original kit just need help installing correctly if anyone can help. Who knows, this stuff may have been first to throw in trash back then. VALDEZ
Hey Phish

Finally had some time to go searching through my old NHOA newsletters. Found a pic from back in 1980. There's a good article on it with wiring diagrams if you need more

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BTW check out the very hard to find heater delete fresh air vent. That vent on a heater equipped car is part of the heater box assembly


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Old 12-01-2017, 02:37 PM   #4966
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A few shots of my 604 Hemi in position. Trying to figure out why the mezier water pump has such an odd angle to the output, and what kind of hose to use to connect it.



Hey thanks guys for the radio/heater plate stuff. Much appreciated!!!

I know there's more guys out there with these things. I sure would like to see a few more. Comon guys, Step on up.................................

BTW LO23 Keep a close eye on your temp gauge with that motor using the oem style rad with that kinda hp. The alloy block and heads will help but the design of the original rad leaves alot to be desired. ie inlet and outlet on same side. This doesn't promote the coolant for complete core use.


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Old 12-01-2017, 02:47 PM   #4967
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Heres a good shot of that hard to find little piece that is called the heater delete fresh air vent or box

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Old 12-01-2017, 03:14 PM   #4968
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I tried using the original 033 rad, but it would not cooI. I then changed the top tank so the outlet of the rad was on the passenger side to promote flow across the entire core. Helped but still heated.

The end result is the biggest rad Be Cool makes to fit in a Big Block A Body without any cutting and 2 puller electric fans. The tanks have notches and fit above the frame rails. After all this, I still have to watch the gauge on hot days. But then again, I do street drive mine every chance I get. Even on those hot days

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Yes its tight



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Old 12-01-2017, 03:51 PM   #4969
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A couple more LO and BO specialty parts since we're on this subject:

Deep groove underdrive pulleys. Alternator pulley,crank pulley, and waterpump pulley
Aluminum stamped alternator brackets. Reproduction stuff is not stamped

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Old 12-01-2017, 04:04 PM   #4970
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Heres a good shot of that hard to find little piece that is called the heater delete fresh air vent or box

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Daryl,
I am thinking I read somewhere back a couple hundred posts that these were also thought to be installed on the Mexico export Darts.
Maybe someone has a "south of the border salvage" connection?
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