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SAAC-46 / Re: SAAC-46 National Convention, Sonoma Raceway, CA
« on: June 15, 2021, 01:00:58 AM »
My 2016 Shelby GT350R Does not have tow hooks in the front or the rear and Iím getting some information that ZL one makes a good tow hook for the front, does this track require a front tow hook to run open track?

SAAC-46 / Re: SAAC-46 National Convention, Sonoma Raceway, CA
« on: May 21, 2021, 09:57:11 PM »
We are planning A long trip from North Idaho in our coach towing an enclosed trailer . and after talking to Howard , is he right there will be parking at the track in a lot there ? as we can stay overnight and dry camp in our coach ? Thanks Jim

The secret to 23 years of perfect finish on them ? Have them polished and clear powder coated 👍 no more maintenance and will look like your first day always .

Parts For Sale / Re: Cobra-jet heads C80E-6090N
« on: November 08, 2019, 02:56:53 PM »
Price consideration to 850.00 thanks

Parts For Sale / Re: Cobra-jet heads C80E-6090N
« on: November 02, 2019, 08:14:10 PM »
Pictures of the cobra jet heads

Parts For Sale / Re: Cobra-jet heads C80E-6090N
« on: November 02, 2019, 05:44:37 PM »
Iíll go check as Iíve forgotten and I should probably take some pictures too!

Parts For Sale / Cobra-jet heads C80E-6090N
« on: November 02, 2019, 05:26:15 PM »
1968-1970 cobra jet heads C80E-6090N - inspected,cleaned bare for the way you want them completed; set was matched and selected and inspected by Ford Power Parts in Norco ; Iíve had them in So-cal and my climate controlled shop for 23 years ! Iíve never used them even though Iíve had two 69 cobra jet mustangs; time to let them go ! jim 208-6594552    950.00 plus shipping

Up For Auction / Re: 1967 GT350 For Sale
« on: October 05, 2019, 09:42:07 PM »
A nicely done 1967 Mustang fastback tribute to a GT500 well done just sold for 147+ fees at Barrett Jackson! So when they are done well in the right venue your 67GT350 is still very valuable

About 9 days ago Bill sent them a detailed letter with Fords scoped findings!! I was told that the dad retired from the engine builders; so far from them ď crickets ď ! I disagree with the lack  of concern ! Iím thinking on my own part ( not Bills) that this ď may ď HAVE BEEN ď a reputable builder ! Iím hoping for them to step up but last Iíve heard they have not responded ! Iíve become more skeptical with age and having so many cylinders bad I would not recommend them even so many here responding have had good results!

After it was on the dyno then all the dyno notes came back to Idaho with the done engine; then the master tech installed back into the Shelby

Bill told me that the first start up in the Ford shop; it filled the whole shop with smoke 😳

Bill researched this engine builder by a mustang Magazines article and it gave him the assurance that they were the right guys to rebuild his unopened original engine, I got to go over by phone some wants on the rebuild (based on my engines experience from when Mine was done)with the senior guy there . JGM ?  Iíve never heard of them but I hope that they will take care of Bill after he gets it torn down and we all analyze it !

You will all be in the Loop on what we find when it comes apart ! and side oilers I do not know who this builder is ?? he talked the talk and it was a California builder not sure of the name of the company but my friend Bill is the one who researched and found them! Sooo! As the saying goes! On calm seas a sailor never learns  how to be a great Sailor !

Iíve suspected that the Dyno guys may have caused this condition if they did not run a correct break in procedure ? But the scoring of the bore? Dirt or grindings in bore not properly cleaned properly?

They ran a device that would have pulled smoke? If the Intake manifold gaskets were leaking and it was sealed tight so they detected no leaks to the intake manifold gaskets

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