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Pickles
Member
posted March 24, 2001 07:37 PM
Does anyone know of someone who is racing a Cadillac?


Roadhzrd
Member
posted March 25, 2001 02:52 AM
A guy won the championship at Kalamazoo Speedway in the street stock division. He won alot of races with it. It's a high banked 3/8 paved track though.


Pickles
Member
posted March 26, 2001 08:13 PM
I found out his name is Kenny Head but his phone has been disconnected.


Roadhzrd
Member
posted March 27, 2001 03:13 AM
My cousin races there with him and knows a bit about the car. Is there any info in particular your looking for? If you post your question on here we can probably help, if not shoot me an e-mail and I will help if I can.


Pickles
Member
posted March 27, 2001 01:08 PM
I just got off the phone with Kenny at his work. He is running a Cadillac car with Chevy engine etc. Doesn't help me. I am looking for someone who is running the Cadillac engine. Thanks.


juni
Member
posted March 28, 2001 12:09 AM
what info are you looking for?
All I do know is heads fro ma 1969 or 70 472/500 make the most power. they make gobbs of torqu. there is a place that makes cams for them they also make headers. they are modified ford 460 headers.I think the name of the place was maximum torque specialties. something like that.
Did you know Cadilac made the first overhead valve pushrod engine. a few years before the chevy guys did. they also had a performance division, most stuff never made it to production.


Pickles
Member
posted March 29, 2001 06:46 PM
No, I did not know about the history. What I needed help with was matching the Cad to a Muncie. I have a flywheel and adapter plate and am going to call QuarterMaster about a clutch but was not sure about drilling the crankshaft for a pilot bushing. At this point, I think I'll assemble all of the parts, take them to my machinist and give him the headache. I am sure someone somewhere has already done this and I was hoping I wouldn't have to reinvent the wheel. Thanks.


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