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    Hi all - I am new to this forum and in actual fact new to the vintage car scene! I have a 1970 Ford Capri here in Australia which has a 289 Winsor with 9 inch diff and C4 Transmission. I have purchased the car site unseen from the North of Australia. Who I purchased it off does not know much...
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    Hi im new here and im building a 65 289 block with a stroker 347 kit from summit racing. i have a set of factory 289 heads and a set of gt40 off a explorer. iv read about compresion lost on the gt40 heads but better flow i already did some machine work on the 289 heads, larger ss valves. anbody...
  3. Mod and Custom Forum
    Hi guys, I have an issue that I need help with. I just recently installed some new parts on my engine. Autolite Copper Spark Plugs (gap .045) Edelbrock Spark Plug Wires MSD Blaster 2 Ignition Coil MSD Pro-Billet Distributor (1 heavy spring + 1 light spring + 25° silver bushing) The car starts...
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    Hi guys, I need advice on determining what the spark plug gap should be on my car. I've been reading around to look for clues, but have seen mixed answers from .032 - .035 and .040 - .050 So I'm a bit confused on what I should set the gap for my spark plugs to. I know it's not a one size fits...
  5. New Member Introductions
    Hey guys, My name is Tim, 26 years old, and I am from the sunny state of California. I'm new to the classic muscle car scene, but am ready to learn as much as I can! Anyways, here is a quick intro to my 1970 Mustang Fastback. She is from Indiana and a joy to drive so far. I hope to meet some of...
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