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Once again, the More Power page has been updated. Read about the good, the bad, the ugly.

You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll read about a funny guy. Some of you even get your names mentioned! I hope no one sues /forums/images/icons/wink.gif

Sorry the page has gotten so big! But not nearly as sorry as I am that I over torqued my roller rockers...but wait, I'm stealing my own thunder. If you want to read all about Phil's Follies and the More Power Project, click on 'da link.

http://www.blueriver.net/~finite/mopower.htm

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'65 Convertible (with many mods.)
http://www.blueriver.net/~finite/Pony.htm
 
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Great web page, and definitely inspirational. I dare say a similar fate may befall my 66, but luckily without the rust issues...
Can't wait to hear about the performance
T


1966 C-Code Convertible, 59 Edsel Villager
Charlotte, NC
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Great page! Im gonna put it in my favorites.
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Hey Phil!
First off, great diary!

You must have the sleep habits of Tom Edison or way too much free time on your hands. *G*

Tip...index your updates by date on seperate pages...having everything on one page makes it way too voluminous for those of us on dial-up connections...
Oh, another tip you can add...take a couple little pieces of fuel hose and slip them over your rod bolts when installing....leave and inch or so hanging off the end and it'll totally prevent any nicks to the crank as well as make the rod easier to guide...

Overall, great pix and page! Keep up the good work...is video next?? hehehe

Pat
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I liked the updated page! It's great to read about your work. You would make a good teacher. You provide written as well as visual instruction! Great Page! Also I liked when you said this when talking about the fender install, "I put the fender on by myself. This is a two man job. Story of my life." I know what you mean! I wish I had a friend to help me work on my stang [sad]

See my 69 convertible and the VMF parking lot at: http://www.geocities.com/Bishir1/FrontPage.html
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