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Started by firefighter3931, January 05, 2009, 10:41:34 PM
Quote from: AmadeusCharger500 on August 14, 2012, 07:09:37 AMI'm working on a way to vent air to the cleaner from the front of the car. Anyone have designs for this type of mod?
Quote from: jlatessa on August 25, 2012, 08:38:24 AMAs an aside, I need to borrow/buy non-highperf exhaust manifolds to break-in our camand save the finish on our headers.This for a 440 Charger, Cleveland, Ohio area.Thanks, Joe
Quote from: drifter69 on August 16, 2012, 03:35:27 PMSo I have also been boiling off fuel in my quick fuel 850, I can watch it in the site glass on the side. Problem is...... I am running a RPM manifold and a drop base K&N filer and there is not enough room for a spacer to cool things off. Any ideas?.........or I am looking for a hood with a sixpack scoop. I did not want to do that and do not want to use a flater manifold. Anybody get around this yet without changing out your hood.
Quote from: RIDELIKEHELL on April 18, 2013, 12:34:54 PMI'm running an Edelbrock performer RPM intake and an 850 Edelbrock carb and I think I'm boiling my fuel as well. I too have the problem of clearance if I install a spacer but my car runs fine for 15-20 mins then wants to stall?
Quote from: RIDELIKEHELL on April 19, 2013, 06:48:03 AMMay sound stupid but I'm not sure Dino...waiting to hear from Shawn as I had bigger fish to fry during the resto
Quote from: firefighter3931 on April 19, 2013, 08:32:58 AMMarc, the aluminum RPM heads do not have a heat crossover so you can use the std (or) 1215 intake gasket....doesn't make a difference one way or the other That base gasket you linked to above will work fine. The issue is with "conductive" heat....heat that is transferred from the heads to the manifold directly. The insulating gasket will prevent this form of heat transfer from occuring (from heads/manifold to carb) allthough radiant heat will still be present. My original testing with the Infrared gun showed significant reductions in carb temps by simply insulating the carb. The ethanol fuel used these days is prone to boiling and is really designed for fuel injection systems that operate under high pressure....in many cases 45psi or more. It might be worth considering trying some Shell 91 octane V-power fuel which does not have any ethanol added. If it doesn't ping you're good to go.Let us know how it turns outRon
Quote from: firefighter3931 on April 19, 2013, 09:03:34 AMWell seeing as you work for Shell....maybe you can convince management to use your ride as a test bed for their V-power fuel I figure 500 Gallons should be sufficient Cool vanity plate....seems appropriate for the car and your occupation. Ron
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