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General Mopar Discussions / Rear Springs
« on: October 17, 2010, 05:16:22 AM »

I could really use some rear springs for my 65.. my springs are are warped and there is spaces between some.. is there anyone with a set of springs from a parts car that would be willing to sell me the rear springs..

The whole pack in mine need replacing

I can't go into the states since I don't have my passport yet.. so hopefully someone in Ontario have something...

1965Windsor3612010-10-17 10:17:06

General Mopar Discussions / How fast will it go!!!
« on: October 12, 2010, 04:22:05 AM »

This Saturday I'm gonna go down to the track with some buddies and run our cars.

How fast do you think Eileen will go.

1965 Chrysler Windsor 4 door

Engine: '65 361, 452 open chamber heads with a valve job, 383 Magnum cam, 600 Holley Vacuum Secondary, M-1 Dual Plane Intake

Exhaust: log manifolds, 2 1/4 exhaust through Dynomax Super Turbo Mufflers.

Transmission: Stock '65 727, stock converter

Axle: 2.76 gear 1 wheel peel, 8 3/4, stock springs

Tires: Autopar 225/75/15

Ignition: Stock Single Point Dizzy, Mallory Hyfire 1, Crane PS91 Coil

I'm figuring I will pump all the tires up to 40 psi and leave from 1500 rpm., Shift around 4500 to 4800 rpm..

I should be lucky to get to 3rd gear LOL

1965Windsor3612010-10-12 09:23:47

General Mopar Discussions / Newer Truck
« on: October 03, 2010, 05:52:24 AM »
Since I'm getting back into drag racing next year we decided it's time for a truck again.

We are thinking about a Ram Quad Cab. Our budget is around $10 000 so i think I will be getting one with about 80K to 100K miles..

Any suggestion on engine tranny combination to look for . We would like at least 20 mpg and be able to tow a car trailer. It has to have a Quad cab as I have to have room for the brats in the back.

General BS and Laughs / Good Reading Material
« on: September 15, 2010, 04:20:48 PM »
Have a good read about porting and polishing..


Tech- - Engine / Headers
« on: September 15, 2010, 02:33:26 PM »
Can anyone tell me what was in the way to make the B-body headers work in a 65 C-body.

I was thinking that the passenger side headers should work without any issues but I could cut and move the tubes in the way on the drivers side.

Tech- - ELECTRICAL / checking plug wires
« on: August 29, 2010, 06:55:50 AM »
When you check your plug wires using a OHM meter do you just look for the highest reading to show which wire is bad?

I have no idea

General Mopar Discussions / Neon Project
« on: August 18, 2010, 02:44:51 PM »

The head gasket went on the Neon so I bought a Sebring to replace it..

I was gonna sell it.. but then I thought.. maybe use it for a slow racer for Mopars days and stuff.. ( since my 12 second  Aspen is now at a new home)

In 1997 I won a drag racing championship and the Race of Champion race in Indianapolis in a 16 sec car.. I then stepped up to my 12 second Aspen then a 9 second Mustang (as a hired driver).

I haven't been on the track since 2005 and went lawnmower racing in 2008.. now I think it's time for fun.

Since I have this car it will have to do..

1997 Neon 4 door, 2.0 SOHC Auto trans.. 240 000 km (150 000 miles for our US friends).

It owes me nothing.. drove it for 4 years.. I just finished the front brake, and installed a new rad this spring. Time to see how fast it can go.

I'm going to gut it, remove the air conditioning, remove the interior, gut the dash board, port and mill the head ( since I have to take it off for the head gasket anyways), yank the exhaust and converter. This will be my baseline..

Then I will be adding parts from Howell and other suppliers in the neon world. No turbo as this is a budget build.

I hope to see low 15's.

1965Windsor3612010-08-18 19:45:31

Tech- - Engine / HP exhaust Manifold part numbers
« on: August 15, 2010, 04:10:22 AM »
Does anyone have a list of compatible C body HP exhaust manifolds?

I would like to look for some but have no idea what part number to look for.

Tech- - DRIVE TRAIN / Shift Kit.
« on: August 05, 2010, 03:08:52 PM »
How hard is it to install a shift kit in a 1965 BB 727? 

Tech- - Engine / Miss
« on: August 04, 2010, 03:39:44 AM »
I'm still running the points dizzy to a Mallory Hyfire ( for points) and a Crane PS92 coil.

It accelerates great and idles well but when I'm going down the road it feels like the engine is surging and maybe even misfiring ( I can feel movement of the engine in the gas pedal).. it shows 15 in on the vacuum gauge driving down the road which is normal for this engine.

The engine is a 361, M-1 dual plane intake with a Carter AFB, 383 Magnum cam.

I was wondering if this might be a points issue since it has been 5 years since, 8000 miles since I replaced them or a fuel issue.

General Tech / Headers
« on: July 21, 2010, 05:27:13 PM »
Anyone have a source for headers for my 1965 Windsor with a 361..

I have had no luck with find HP manifolds.....

Since I'm finally working again maybe I can do some work to the old girl. She really needs to breath better.. that log manifold is just terrible

Tech- - ELECTRICAL / Crane PS91
« on: April 29, 2010, 04:26:42 AM »
Guys.. I was having series issue with Eileen the other day. She starting sputtering and dropping a cylinder as I accelerated.

It had to be ignition. I run an old Mallory Hyfire 1A that is triggered from my points. Ic ehcked the points and they are perfect ( now that the Mallory just uses them as switch and no current runs through the points anymore).

I thought maybe the original coil had given up the ghost. The only other thing I had around was a Crane Hyfire PS91 coil that I got as part of a E-Pay deal years ago.

About a half an hour and it was swapped in. Problem solved. The can actually idles better, doesn't smell like exhaust when cold and just runs better.

  • Primary and secondary resistance is 0.43 ohms, 3.0 kohmsUp to 70 percent higher energy at spark plug than stock

  • Primary and secondary inductance is 5.5 mH, 16 HDimension of the coil is 4-1/2" length, 3-1/2" width and

3-1/2" height
  • Turns ratio of the coil is 54:
If you come across one at a swap meet grab one. They are worth the money. But you can't trigger it with your points. You will need an amplifier like a Mallory, MSD or Crane box to fire it.

Site Questions and Announcements / Went for a drive
« on: March 18, 2010, 05:58:40 PM »
Well... I finally got Eileen out the other day... had a terrible sound coming from rear drum on the passenger side.

Got her up in the air ( found out that you need to lift the body and let the axle droop to get the tire out  :( ) I pulled the drum off and the pads fell right off the shoes.. every little bit of it... grrrrrrr

I managed to get a set of shoes from NAPA ( $75.00). I took a picture with the digital camera and took it apart. I will now say ..I HATE DRUM BRAKES..

This is the first and last brake job I do... that sucks.

Anyways went for a nice drive... I really need to extend the tailpipes past the bumper cause I can really smell the exhaust coming up through the trunk. The seals are good.. but the car punch such a big hole in the air that the exhaust just swirls behind the car and comes in somewhere.

It was sure nice to hit the road with the old girl.. :)

Tech- -BODY / Question
« on: September 26, 2009, 09:23:10 AM »
What other years can I source from for trunk extensions for my 1965 Windsor..

Do they make repop lower quarters for the 1965?

Tech- - Engine / Aluminum Heads
« on: September 11, 2009, 10:24:54 AM »
Does anyone here run aftermarket aluminum heads on there C..  nthis would not be in a racing engine.. but a mild or stock engine that I`m look for info on.

What brand of heads do you run, did you notice the difference in performance.. and how much?

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