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Monte
Member
posted April 15, 2003 10:40 AM
I am putting together a new ump mod for the 2004 season and hate to follow the crowd and run the chevy's. Have been a mopar fan all my life and would like to run the small block and would appreciate some input from anyone who has run the mopars or who is currently running a combination that lasts and puts out some good numbers. There is a $550 claim in the class but no one really claims. Can run aluminum heads and bert/brinn transmissions. No cubic inch restrictions. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks


Brad haddix
Member
posted April 15, 2003 11:09 AM
check out moparchat.com. There you will find what you want to know


KSGerry
Member
posted April 15, 2003 02:44 PM
Monte,
I've got two sets of new, in-box Mopar W-5 aluminum bare heads available. $1000.per pair ( $500.dollars each ) plus shipping from Kansas. Retail price at dealer is about $800.dollars each head.

Regards,
Gerry Dedonis
Kansas Racing Products Inc. www.kansasracingproducts.com
785-922-6644

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KSGerry


The Rascal
Member
posted April 15, 2003 05:32 PM
Now we're talkin! I'm in! Can ya post the rules? PM me or do it in here...it'd be kinda cool to do a rulebook "walk through" on a Mope...Rascal
www.rascalcams.com

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"blessed mother of acceleration don't fail us now!" Elwood Blues


Monte
Member
posted April 15, 2003 05:41 PM
Rascal....check your pm


ctfarm
Member
posted April 15, 2003 05:42 PM
Contact B&K Engines in Duncan Okla.Bob can really build the horsepower.


Monte
Member
posted April 15, 2003 05:48 PM
ctfarm...do you have a number or a website for them??...thanks


The Rascal
Member
posted April 15, 2003 05:49 PM
Ok...I looked em up...there really aren't any...lol...so...do you have any mopar stuff sittin around? Or is this a "from scratch" deal? Can you give a track description?

Rascal

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"blessed mother of acceleration don't fail us now!" Elwood Blues


Monte
Member
posted April 15, 2003 05:57 PM
1/3 highbanked oval. starts tacky and usually ends up dry with rubber down. on rare occasions it stays tacky all nite. i am basically starting from scratch. thanks


The Rascal
Member
posted April 15, 2003 07:12 PM
Looking at the track description it’s a “power everywhere” type deal…and on a budget…right up our alley…we usually stick to the base 360 layout…and upgrade aspects of it in several budget categories…check out the ENGINE KITS pages for the basics…if you’re tempted to do a big inch motor…it gets spendy to do it right so we usually leave that for the DLM/SDLM crowd…
For heads…aluminum are a great way to go…those W5’s up there’ll do ya…on the cheap the Edelbrocks serve “ok”…and we really like the brodix B1-BA stuff …in the middle of a CNC program on em…
We’re always in the middle of a lot of things it seems…and we’re hooked up pretty well with a lot of sources…Edelbrock, Brodix, Mopar Performance, AED carbs, to name a few…and of course…what you see on the site…
Most racing success has little to do with racing the dyno…and there are a whole lot of ways to make your motor willing to do it’s job…check out the stuff on the site…starting with “why Rascal Cams win” for the basics…Rascal

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"blessed mother of acceleration don't fail us now!" Elwood Blues


zeus#75
Member
posted April 15, 2003 11:10 PM
Monte's teamate:just want the hood to read "laugh now whine later" I would love to rid my modified of the brand-x and show the sheep around here how having enough marbles to be different can pay off.


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