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craig.meyer
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If you've found your way to this forum, and you're in need of help, we're here to help, but please help us by providing this information in order for us to give you the best advice possible.  Also, feel free to fill out our contact form and we can quickly get your questions answered through a direct email.

1. Year/make/model of your project

2. What engine and how much horsepower/torque is it making.  The more info you can provide, the better!

3. Have you made any floor pan modifications yet, and/or are you willing to?

4. Will you be using a factory console, bucket or bench seat?

 


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HardKnox
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The more information the better then? I usually try to include everything I know when asking a question on a forum, but it seems like the post ends up so long that most might pass it up without even looking at it.


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craig.meyer
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Posted by: @hardknox

The more information the better then? I usually try to include everything I know when asking a question on a forum, but it seems like the post ends up so long that most might pass it up without even looking at it.

Well in the case of this forum, yes, more information is better, but I can totally understand what you're saying.


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brrypyn
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I have a 1965 Galaxie 500 convertible with 75K original miles.  Original power train:  352 FE 4v with Cruise-o-matic 3 spd auto trans.  Upgrades:  Hedman longtube headers with 2.25" free flow exhaust, aluminum dual plane RPM Performer intake matched to 650cfm Thunder series 4v alum carb, Pertonix conversion on distrib with Flamethrower coil.  16" smooties on H rated redlines, front disc brakes, rear end change to 3.5.  Also had poor mans Hotchkiss upgrades including poly bushings, new pan-hard and front/rear sway bars (much stiffer, better road feel/no blvd ride sway and swing; handles as well as my '13 Silverado - not gymkhana by any means but WAY better). Getting head flow tested for general health exam and match to correct/best fit cam for torque on low end (if engine is healthy enough; otherwise rebuild), add rear disc brakes.  IF a rebuild is recommended, will swap crank for 428 stroke to make square bore and bring the torque. Thinking about GearVendor addition (so wife will drive) for Blue Ridge Pkwy and interstate cruising.


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brrypyn
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Forgot to add info.  Stock is 250 hp, but estimated to now be in 275-280 hp range.  Target is 400hp and 400+ lb/ft torque.  Car runs really well.  Mechanic that has same stock vehicle was amazed at significant feel of more power & response.  Willing to mod tunnel - no mods as of yet.  Stock (but entirely new skins, door cards and rubber w/whiskers and carpet) bench seats.  Original dash - no cracks!  Owned for 15 years and put less than 6k miles total on her.  Odom is at 74k+.  Goal is for mild pwr for easy stock looking driver.  Silver mist blue with dk blue cloth top and two tone interior makes her an appealing car.  Eye catching full size cruiser.


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Khushbu Khandelwal
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Hello everyone,

Let me know how can I post new topics here?

Regards

 

I'm an SEO Expert in India.


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Shivani
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Hello,

kindly would you help me how to write a content about digital markiting here? 

 

Regards

I'm a Digital Marketer in India


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