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post #16 of 31 (permalink) Old 04-15-2017, 01:23 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Phase 1

The brackets from Scarebird arrived to install
The disk brakes on My66
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Looks great dude. Got mine running after sitting for more than a year collecting dust in the shed. The old tired 302 finally shredded itself. Now trying to work the bugs out of the 95 mustang roller motor. Converted it to carb.
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Disk brakes are installed but after changing the banjo crash washers twice I can't get them stop leaking Somebody tell me I did it right I put the brake line is on the bottom but if faces towards the front and bleeder in top my brake now the line is really close to the coils
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Had to notch the front cross member as everyone said, tomorrow will weld to in a patch also had to shave the gearbox a wee bit also.
Nothing is plug and play
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Disk brakes are installed but after changing the banjo crash washers twice I can't get them stop leaking Somebody tell me I did it right I put the brake line is on the bottom but if faces towards the front and bleeder in top my brake now the line is really close to the coils
how close is bleeder to coil??
does the banjo fitting have a slight bend , like in picture...
i see in the past where someone else in past having trouble not being able to stop leaking...
turned out bend on banjo was turned wrong way and hitting caliper slightly ..
not allowing fitting to sit 100% flush to caliper..
either add one more washer or turn banjo over....

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Re: Phase 1

I had to grind one of the tabs to put the Line 90 away for the caliper assy
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A little more progress
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Lookin' good! Are you going to put add a cross over pipe in the exhaust. Nice and easy to do while you're there.
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Got my Clutch and Dual Brake Reservoir and linkages installed
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Finally got the radiator fabed in I modified the upper mount just cause it looked cool
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New motor
What's inside the motor? We need details!!!
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HP & Torque: 422 HP / 480 FT LBS
Compression Ratio: 9.7:1
Aluminum Heads
Hypereutectic Pistons
Roller Cam
Cast Steel Crank
Block:
351 Windsor blocks bored .040 over
Square and parallel decked
Align honed main bearing bore
Cylinders honed on computer controlled machine to within .0002 straightness and roundness

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New cast steel crankshaft
New I-beam rods
Hypereutectic pistons
Hastings Moly rings
Rotating assembly balanced to within 2 grams
Melling high volume oil pump
Hydraulic roller camshaft
Cloyes double roller timing chain
Camshaft degreed for maximum horsepower

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BluePrint Performance Aluminum
Hardened retainers and springs
2.02 swirl polished intake valves
1.60 swirl polished exhaust valves

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.543 Intake / .554 Exhaust
218 Intake / 226 Exhaust duration
@ .050 - 112 degree lobe separation

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34 degrees total at 3500 RPM
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Re: Phase 1

Sweet!
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Ready to pull my hair out , I've been to half a dozen wrecking yards trying to find an alternator and power steering brackets that will work on my 351w. I orderd a T-Bracket from James Duff (Bronco Parts) for the alternator, the power steering bracket will work if I drill new holes and fill in the original holes
This build is starting to Really get on my nerves
But in the end it will be worth it and being able to say I've done everything and not paid for a Hot Rod
Sorry for the rant
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Whoo I got the T-Bracket last night and installed it today it works perfect might have to shave a little off of the barrel but other than that I'm relieved
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