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 Post subject: Random Racing
PostPosted: Sat Apr 07, 2012 4:44 am 
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Been kind of quiet on here this week.
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Hey Will!

Wow, are those aluminum O rings? They look like a large diameter. What gasket will you use with that setup?

BTW, I had a visit with madmax/6 last week in LA. His N2O system is plumbed up. Are you going to spray your new motor this year?? He seems to not be worried about you... :twisted: Or, maybe I'm remembering now that you are going turbo...

Looking forward to seeing you at Mason-Dixon!

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Probably stainless wire, thats what I use and is most effective.

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Mark better be watching out. There is some serious stuff going on here on the East Coast! All of it top secret! :lol: :lol:

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My Stuff's Not Secret Just read my posts.


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Good to see you around again Will. :D

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The o'rings are stainless wire and go with a copper gasket.
Mark is right, there is no need to worrie about me. My goal is in sight.
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Can't wait to see it run Will! Mason Dixon should be really fun this year.

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 Post subject: Re: Random Racing
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back in the day when we built big stroked Harleys, and had to machine the top ring to head lip..say 1/8 off panhead cylinders to fit knucklehead heads still using a head gasket..I used this stuff..it never failed, but these were kick start non NOS usage..it's some nasty stinkin stuff to get on you..
http://www.permatex.com/products/Automo ... lant_a.htm

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The o'rings are stainless wire and go with a copper gasket.
Mark is right, there is no need to worrie about me. My goal is in sight.
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Always here Dennis, just don't say much.


I was just telling Wookie yesterday that I still have all my nitrous stuff for whenever we get the Daytona finished and dialed in. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Will wrote:
The o'rings are stainless wire and go with a copper gasket.
Mark is right, there is no need to worrie about me. My goal is in sight.
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Always here Dennis, just don't say much.


I was just telling Wookie yesterday that I still have all my nitrous stuff for whenever we get the Daytona finished and dialed in. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

I've used this also, it's good stuff.

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Looks like very large diam wire in the pic, to me. Can't wait to see it run, Will!

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Engine work today and tomorrow. I can look the wire dia. up.
Looking forward to Mason Dixon!!!
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Wht kind of rods are those and what do they weigh?


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It is a Pauter rod 7 inches long 830 grams. This stock length alum. rod that Ray Barton made for me weighs 867 grams.
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