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Old 02-12-2020, 08:15 PM   #21
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Oh, boy...MJ vs. MJ


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I see your not comfortable with the math associated with engine design and racing. Like I said stick to what you know.
Hey MATH genius, how bout we REVISIT that trick oil pan of yours. It’s a darn shame you deleted the pic...
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Hey MATH genius, how bout we REVISIT that trick oil pan of yours. It’s a darn shame you deleted the pic...

Sure. I never deleted any pictures, but lets revisit the oil pan that isn't even used. But back to my comment: "You no nothing about dyno's" after you made negative comments about simple formulas that can supply useful information, I wonder how much of the information a dyno can spit out you actually understand? Maybe you do.....Maybe you don't.
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Yes...not sure what body style Jim is referencing, though. The valve notches are the struggle, for sure. -Al
Al its going to be Chuck Koppien old 1965 chevelle wagon.
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Al its going to be Chuck Koppien old 1965 chevelle wagon.
I was hoping so! That car has so much race heritage and many, many wins...it will be great to have back in action in our area. -Al
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Al its going to be Chuck Koppien old 1965 chevelle wagon.
Jim,was Chuck's car run in stock in the 90's?,the name Lear rings a bell...gsa612
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Sure. I never deleted any pictures, but lets revisit the oil pan that isn't even used. But back to my comment: "You no nothing about dyno's" after you made negative comments about simple formulas that can supply useful information, I wonder how much of the information a dyno can spit out you actually understand? Maybe you do.....Maybe you don't.
Hmmm, doesn't seem to be much different that the race hemi pan that got approved for garden variety 383 station wagons. ;-)
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Sure. I never deleted any pictures, but lets revisit the oil pan that isn't even used. But back to my comment: "You no nothing about dyno's" after you made negative comments about simple formulas that can supply useful information, I wonder how much of the information a dyno can spit out you actually understand? Maybe you do.....Maybe you don't.
I am going to say something nice about you.....you get an A in persistence....Regards....
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Jim,was Chuck's car run in stock in the 90's?,the name Lear rings a bell...gsa612
Yes, Chuck's wagon returned as a Stocker. Daryl Lier from Sioux Falls bought the car from Chuck and continued to run it as a Stocker. Daryl traveled with and helped Chuck a lot. Recently, he's been helping me out at the races. -Al
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About 3 years ago, I was racing in a Stock/Super Stock race in Hagerstown, MD. After I was done for the day (lost), I took off the 4GC on my 65 Malibu J/S 327/250 and put on the 3721 AFB. It sounded good and was real responsive. After the run I was disappointed
to see that it ran just about what the 4GC did. The 4GC was one that I did myself and the AFB was done by a known Stock racer. Since then I have not tried it again and built a
327/350 and am VERY satisfied with the way it has run.

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