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For you chevy guys; R-07 Nascar engine pics
Topic Started: Aug 8 2010, 03:18 PM (552 Views)
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Exhaust port spacing and front distributor...lookin' more and more like a Ford!!!!
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Throback,Aug 8 2010
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Exhaust posrt spacing and front distributor...lookin' more and more like a Ford!!!!

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WAY TO SPOT THAT, FRANK !!!!!!!!!!!! fbr fbr

I had looked at it, and that was the FIRST THING that ran thru my mind too!!!!!! (One of the ONLY THINGS that I ever used to "grumble about" when having to "play with the timing" on one of the Chevy Race-engines when we were "trackside", was that you had to "lean over EVERY darn HOT PART on the car", just to get back to "reset the timing".............)

Now that I'm "retired".........they FINALLY "fixed the problem"...... You don't SUPPOSE that they could've done that BEFORE I ended up with a couple of these "racing stripes"(from HOT parts) across my belly...... ;a; ;a; rr21 rr21

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