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    awesome hot rods you got there!!!! An Elky too? Love the Vette

    We do go to Potholes several times during the summer ! Planning to go there next weekend if my work schedule permits it

    Here is a water picture to keep the thread going
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    Yeeee HAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!(directed towards the great hole shot above)

    Sold off the Injection and Zoomies.. went with Rewarder collector headers, picked up single plane and an 1150 Dominator.. just got the heads back from the shop(new Viton seals and clearance for .800 lift).. built a strut brace today and am moving the battery..
    Moved the engine forward 7" last week and had DrivelinesNW cut and rebalance the driveshaft. Putting it back together now.. any of you BBC fans need a fresh Vertex Magneto? receipt from Joe Hunt.. send me PM..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old as Dirt View Post
    Yeeee HAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!(directed towards the great hole shot above)

    Sold off the Injection and Zoomies.. went with Rewarder collector headers, picked up single plane and an 1150 Dominator.. just got the heads back from the shop(new Viton seals and clearance for .800 lift).. built a strut brace today and am moving the battery..
    Moved the engine forward 7" last week and had DrivelinesNW cut and rebalance the driveshaft. Putting it back together now.. any of you BBC fans need a fresh Vertex Magneto? receipt from Joe Hunt.. send me PM..


    I like the looks of those pistons...Engine looks like a Beast. I moved my engine forward from last season. Really cleaned up the rear at speed for me

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    I like the looks of those pistons...Engine looks like a Beast. I moved my engine forward from last season. Really cleaned up the rear at speed for me
    Should be decent.. going to send the Dominator out to get setup for E85.. those pistons aren't going to like pump gas and Race gas prices are stupid high.. yesterday I drilled four new cooling holes in the deck along with slotting two others, and cleaned out the threaded holes for the ARP head studs.. heads are back on.
    Reason for the extra holes, is Mk4 blocks are series cooled.. and I am using GenV heads(088).. they require gaskets setup for parallel cooling..
    If you use Mk4 gaskets, no matter how good your cooling system is... it will overheat(GenV gasket covers one of the two water ports in the back of the block, so it needs the additional holes).. took the manifold off, covered the bores and valley with duct tape and drilled.. set a magnet below the hole to catch the shavings.. hit it with the shop vac.. all good!
    Also a picture of the new strut and relocated battery..
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    Even though Summer is about done... I'm not!!
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    Take your time and don't get ahead of your talent..... 1977 Sanger Circle Runner 18'3"

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    My son and wife moved to Portland and asked me where do u guys boat. They live on Willamette they don't have a boat but would like too check some out. They moved from OK. So they saw some cool boats.

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    Default yessss...

    got her fired up.. pretty snappy for a big ole' Chevrolet on 100ll AvGas.. 70lbs of oil pressure, no fuel or H2O leaks.. gonna strip her down for paint soon, can't wait till winter is over up here in the PNW.. The work cover showed up today from the "Doctor and his wife"(http://www.performanceboats.com/v-drives/169017-got-runner-bottom-need-work-cover-we-have-extra.html) along with a scoop cover for towing.. really nice two tone gray with tool pockets and plug holders..

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