While out at SAAC-27 the number of cars running X-pipes far outweighed the number who weren't.
HP is king at these events.
You can easily hear them, because the exhaust tone makes them sound as if they were sporting a few thousand rpm's more than they were really turning.
Add a set of Flowmasters and it makes some interesting NASCAR kinda sounds.
I love it.
Some old timers (ok, I'm an oldtimer, but I don't keep my head in the sand) hate it because it takes away the low rumble a bit...but that sound at hi rpms is just flat unique.
I'm thinking of adding em to the Boss302. I will run them on the restomod.
With this car being my first carburetor engine vehicle, I finally found the sweet spot with cold starts. Tap on the gas pedal 3 times and start the car. The auto choke does its job. My fast RPM sits at 1,600. I give the gas pedal a tap after a minute and it idles at 900. I'm wondering if 1,600...
I am starting repairs on my 1967 fastback. I will be installing new full rear frame rails with torque boxes and I plan on adding the convertible inner rockers.
Is the only difference between fastback and convertible rear rails is the width of the torque box?
I am wondering if it would make...
I was wondering if anyone on here knows when production stopped for 1969? Even more specifically, in San Jose. I had heard that it was usually mid July 1969 when they switched production to the 1970 model year, but never heard of an exact date. My Mach 1 was built on July 12, 1969...
Im pretty sure my front springs are original. They measure .670 rod dia.
I plan on doing the 1” Shelby drop and running 17” rims all around.
I have a 302 going in with aluminum heads and intake So there’s a fair amount of weight reduction. I have ordered full roller perches from open tracker...