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 on: April 18, 2018, 09:19:25 pm 
Started by 1wbrockstar - Last post by lekid
I will continue this thread since I had the same problem.

First I had a Start condition but engine running very very bad , not drivable. Check engine light is on.  Try to pull the code and doesnt work .

I did open the pcm right away to find the circuit pin 46 sigrtn was fries. I fixed the pcm but now before install back the pcm I probe the pin 46 with my dvom and when I push the clutch and turn the key , I have 9-10V .

Is normal since the pcm is not plugged or there is a problem in the wiring . Car is a 93 manual GT with a A3M , Wiring is original .

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 on: April 17, 2018, 07:31:38 pm 
Started by wywindsor - Last post by wywindsor
Combo. 9.48 deck, 1133 mls head gasket, Canfield 450 192cc 64cc milled .030, Crane  gold 1.6 rockers and morel link bar lifters hyd roller.



         Thanks

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 on: April 17, 2018, 09:31:01 am 
Started by rob342 - Last post by David Claflin
I had one that came on this wagon I picked up, sold it for $250, and then paid $90 to ship it to north Dakota. Put it up on corral someone will buy it.

 4 
 on: April 16, 2018, 10:41:44 pm 
Started by junkyardjeff - Last post by junkyardjeff
Pulled the timing chain cover off a 92 351 and double roller.

 5 
 on: April 16, 2018, 10:38:18 pm 
Started by junkyardjeff - Last post by junkyardjeff
It looks like those E5AE heads have really large combustion chambers,after looking at those charts I should have put some E7 heads on the 70 302 I have to drop the compression some since it has around 9.5 and is almost too much for todays regular grade gas.

 6 
 on: April 16, 2018, 08:56:45 pm 
Started by gator - Last post by knucklefux
yeah, i slid across 3 lanes doing something similar on an on ramp.  gave it a little left steering wheel, and a lot of throttle...slip n slide across the interstate.

fortunately there was no traffic that day, but the dividing wall was coming at me FAST. 

 7 
 on: April 16, 2018, 07:12:08 pm 
Started by rob342 - Last post by juiced coupe
also i still have this intake if anyone here feels like messing with it. i had it on CL for a case of beer last summer, and didn't get any replies. lol



PM David Claflin and/or Mr Blue. This sounds like something they'd use.

 8 
 on: April 16, 2018, 04:36:36 pm 
Started by Bam54 - Last post by 289nate
Sounds like a very robust short block that is going to have some serious power put to it.

 9 
 on: April 16, 2018, 04:30:34 pm 
Started by rob342 - Last post by 289nate
i had it on CL for a case of beer last summer, and didn't get any replies. lol



 Spt at PC  That's too funny!

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 on: April 16, 2018, 04:25:54 pm 
Started by gator - Last post by 289nate
I'd go with the cubes simply because it's easier to swap the heads, intake, and cam then pull the motor and have a 408 built down the road.  Should equate to less down time as well.  The 3.55 gear should be fine with the larger cubes too.   Also, those heads aren't all that tiny for a low rpm driver 408.  Ideally, you'd want bigger.  But, they can work fine and make good power for your application since you already have them.

How you drive it may be a problem!  You don't want to end up in a ditch or a wall.  Each build could potentially make way more than enough power to get you into trouble if you over drive it.  The back end can swing out QUICK and send you in a direction you never intended.  I've had a close call up a freeway onramp going WOT and hitting an unexpected bump on dry pavement with a much smaller motor.

The transmission may or may not survive.  I might if you have a regular street tire on the back and don't get stupid power shifting it.

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