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02Lightning

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About 02Lightning

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  • Birthday 08/20/1970

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    Dayton, OH
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    Mechanical Designer
  1. Where did you get the DI-NOC and what part number was it? Nice job!
  2. I saw a post you did a while back saying you used a Blue Thunder intake on your CJ with shaker. Would you mind sending a couple of photos of it please? I have a 69 Mach 1 with a 390 and when I get to that point in the restoration I may consider adding a shaker. Stroking the 390 is in my plans and I'd like to get some ideas on what intake to go with. So far I've read that the Edelbrock Streetmaster, Holley Street Dominator and the Blue Thunder all have the carb placed pretty much in the stock location. I read that the Blue Thunder is just a bit taller so I'd like to see some photos if you don't mind.

     

    Thanks......Rusty

  3. I saw a post you did a while back saying you used a Blue Thunder intake on your CJ with shaker. Would you mind sending a couple of photos of it please? I have a 69 Mach 1 with a 390 and when I get to that point in the restoration I may consider adding a shaker. Stroking the 390 is in my plans and I'd like to get some ideas on what intake to go with. So far I've read that the Edelbrock Streetmaster, Holley Street Dominator and the Blue Thunder all have the carb placed pretty much in the stock location. I read that the Blue Thunder is just a bit taller so I'd like to see some photos if you don't mind.

     

    Thanks......Rusty

  4. I saw a post you did a while back saying you used a Blue Thunder intake on your CJ with shaker. Would you mind sending a couple of photos of it please? I have a 69 Mach 1 with a 390 and when I get to that point in the restoration I may consider adding a shaker. Stroking the 390 is in my plans and I'd like to get some ideas on what intake to go with. So far I've read that the Edelbrock Streetmaster, Holley Street Dominator and the Blue Thunder all have the carb placed pretty much in the stock location. I read that the Blue Thunder is just a bit taller so I'd like to see some photos if you don't mind.

     

    Thanks......Rusty

  5. Does anyone know why he couldn't use one for a 1970 mustang (you can get them new) and use the brake lines for a 70 also?
  6. Well, my point was just because it happens doesn't mean the motor is tired.
  7. Not entirely true, supercharged motors have a problem with this. They reverses the pressure flow on the PVC system when into boost.
  8. I think I would take a gasket with me to lay on the center section your buying as quick check if I wasn't sure of the difference. Make sure it fits on your housing before you leave. Another way you can make sure it's a posi is in an open rear you can see the spider gears. On a posi it will will have a clutch pack in the center.
  9. Oil catch can for what? PCV system?
  10. On an 8" you can get to all the mounting bolts with a socket on the outer edge that bolts to the housing. A 9" the lower left you can't, not sure what you mean about turning the yoke will spin both outer? If you turn the yoke it will spin both axels, if posi it will turn them both in the same direction, if non-posi it will turn the axels in opposite directions.
  11. I did the Rosehill, but can't give any feedback because I haven't drove the car, too nasty out.
  12. hmmmm....that would seem backwards. And that does help thanks.
  13. I would not remove the + on the battery while running. You can damage your alternator.
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