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  1. He has helped so many of us..... many prayers coming your way.
  2. I think you have to look at where the tracks are Clive!
  3. I resurfaced the head, it was warped. Looking at the EFI to see if it is leaning out too much.
  4. Sorry to ask such a stupid question, I googled right after I posted. I am installing a metal head gasket in an F54/flattops/N47 that has popped twice at the track. I know nothing of these two products, I will do some research and decide which to use. Thanks!
  5. What is copper spray? TonyD, are you saying use Hylomar on the metal head gasket?
  6. Car Quotes … * Aerodynamics are for people who cannot build engines. (Enzo Ferrari) * All I had to do is keep turning left! (George Robson - Winner of the 1946 Indy 500) * Anyone can drive a fast car, few can drive a car fast. * Auto racing, bull fighting, & mountain climbing are the only real sports … all the others are games. (Jim Dietz) * Calling upon my years of experience, I froze at the controls. (Stirling Moss) * The cost of racing hasn't increased in 30 years. Back then, it took everything you had … it still does. * Fast cars drag race, fast drivers road race. * Faster, faster, faster, until the thrill of speed overcomes the fear of death. (Hunter Thompson) * Friends don't let friends apex early. * HP has this tendency to break things. If you're not breaking anything you're not going fast enough. * I always ask God for blessings of protection on that person in the car, for blessings of protection on the crew as they're attending to the car on pit road. And I always ask for peace of mind for the wife. (Dale Beaver – NA$CAR chaplain) * I don't know driving in another way which isn't risky. Each one has to improve himself. Each driver has its limit. My limit is a little bit further than others. (Ayrton Senna) * I drive way too fast to worry about cholesterol. * I feel safe when I'm on the race track, I really do. I know that I'm surrounded by the best drivers in the world. That's something you can't say when you're driving down the interstate. (Sterling Marlin) * I feel safer on a racetrack than I do on Houston's freeways. (A.J. Foyt) * I live my life a ¼ mile at a time. * I was doing fine until about mid-corner when I ran out of talent. * If I had all the money I'd spent on cars, I'd spend it all on cars. * If you can't run w/the big dogs, stay on the porch * If you're going to lead, then lead. If you're going to follow, get the hell out of my way! * In the old days drivers were fat & tires were skinny. * It has been said that motor racing shares in common w/sex the distinction of being one of the most popular, most maligned & least understood of human activities. * It is amazing how many drivers, even at the F1 level, think that the brakes are for slowing the car down. (Mario Andretti) * It is not always possible to be the best, but it is always possible to improve your own performance. (Jackie Stewart) * It's basically the same, just darker. (Alan Kulwicki on racing Saturday nights as opposed to Sunday afternoons) * Life may begin at 30, but it doesn't get real interesting until about 150. * Never drive faster than your guardian angel can fly. * Never run out of real estate, traction & ideas at the same time. * The # of laps remaining is always 1 more than the amount of fuel left in the car. * The # of times you get hit in a pileup is directly proportional to the # of times you said "I think it will go OK today". * The older I get, the faster I was. * On the other side of fear there is freedom! * Once you've raced, you never forget it … & you never get over it. (Richard Childress) * Oversteer is when your ass hits the wall! Understeer is when your face hits the wall! * Oversteer scares passengers. Understeer scares drivers. * A part never breaks during a test session, only during a race. And the part you need will be the one you left at the shop. * The price for men in motion is the occasional collision. (Carroll Smith) * Race car drivers love the fast lane. * Race cars are neither beautiful nor ugly. They become beautiful when they win. (Enzo Ferrari) * Race car drivers love life in the fast lane. * Racing is living, everything else is just waiting. * Racing is the process of turning money into noise. * Racing's less of a sport these days than a commercial break doing 150 mph. (Peter Dunne) * 2nd place is the 1st loser. (Dennis Anderson) * The shortest way between 2 points is a straight line. What's the fun in that? * Straights are for fast cars. Turns are for fast drivers. * A 10-car pileup never happens behind you! * There's no secret. You just press the accelerator to the floor & steer left. (Bill Vukovich) * To achieve anything in this game you must be prepare to dabble in the boundary of disaster. (Stirling Moss) * To finish 1st, 1st you have to finish * What sets these - & all - racers apart from less daredevilish mortals is their complete lack of fear & their joy of doing something on the edge. They love to speed because it is dangerous. (Peter Golenback) * What's behind you doesn't matter. (Enzo Ferrari) * When I look fast, I'm not smooth & I am going slowly. And when I look slow, I am smooth & going fast. (Alain Prost) * When you win a race, your on top that day. So take it for what it’s worth, have a good time & party, cause the next day when you get out of bed, the meter goes back to zero again. (Bobby Allison) * Winners win races. Champions make it look easy. * Wrecks are going to happen in this business, that's just a risk of the sport. If you can't keep from worrying about it, then you're in the wrong line of work. (Coo Coo Marlin) * You will never know the feeling of a driver when winning a race. The helmet hides feelings that cannot be understood. (Ayrton Senna) * You win some, you lose some, you wreck some. (Dale Earnhardt) You're a true race fan if … * Every time you gas up, you yell to your wife to time you. * Only the driver's side of your windshield gets cleaned. * The word 'bank' makes you think of turn 3 at Daytona. * When you have an accident, the 1st thing you try to do is pull off the steering wheel. * You can remember every NA$CAR driver's car #, but can't remember how old your children are. * You can remember the entire NA$CAR series schedule, but can't remember your wife's birthday. * You consider slower cars in the left lane as 'lapped traffic'. * You go to a stock car race & don't need a program * You know the back way to Talledega. * You know who is leading the Winston Cup series * You make engine noises while watching racing on TV. * You make sure to stay under 55 as you leave the gas pumps. * You paint a large '3' on the side of your '74 Camaro. * You paint your motorcycle helmet the same colors of your favorite driver. * You plan family vacations around a race date. * You say, "But officer, I wasn't tailgating, I was drafting". * You spell out NA$CAR in Christmas lights * You think heaven looks a lot like Daytona Beach (FL) * You think the 1st car at a stoplight is 'on the pole'. * You think the last 4 words of the National Anthem are "Gentleman start your engines!" * You think the most effective form of advertising is on the side of a car going 200 mph. * You time yourself on your wrist watch when you pull up to a self serve gas pump. * You wear a fire suit, racing gloves & helmet just to play NA$CAR Racing on the computer. * Your mechanic tells you to stop referring to him as 'your crew chief'. * You've ever written Richard Petty's name on a presidential ballot You might be a race driver if … * Despite of all the time & trouble, you're anxious for the season to start. * Everywhere you go, you try to find the fastest line thru the turn. * More than one racer supply house recognizes your voice & greets you by name when you call. * People know you by your class letter, car #, & car color instead of by name. * The car gets waxed more often than your floor. * The police have a picture of your car taped to their dashboard. * The tire shop won't honor the tread-life warranty on any car you've been anywhere near. * When someone mentions "The Good Book", you think of "The Auto Math Handbook" * When you call home, instead of saying "Hi Daddy," your 3 year old asks who has the pole. * You bought a race car before buying a house. * You buy cheap tires for your street car, to save money for your race tires. * You buy Gatorade by the case. * You buy new parts because you don't know where you put the spares. * You came back early from your honeymoon in order to attend driver's school. * You can tell it's Friday because the racing papers come in the mail. * You can't remember when you last worked on weekdays & rested on weekends. * You change your engine oil every other week. * You complain the seat belts in the family car aren't tight enough. * You critique the way people wave the flags at a parade. * You do more catalog shopping than your wife. * You feel compelled to beat your previous best time when you go on a trip. * You feel naked in your street car w/out a roll bar & a 5-point harness. * You get your 1st racing T-shirt & you are really excited. * You have car parts in your cubicle at work. * You have enough spare parts to build another car. * You have more pictures of race cars on your desk than of your family. * You have more than 1 roll of duct tape around the house. * You have racing shops programmed on speed dial. * You paid more for your race car than for your house. * You plan your social life around the race schedule. * You plan your wedding around the race schedule. * You put all the race car receipts you can under 'Auto Repair Expense' on your budget. * You refer to the corner down the street from your house as 'turn 1'. * You remember the details of every race you've been in, but can't remember your phone #. * You select pets based on their ability to survive a weekend alone. * You sit in your race car & make car noises while waiting for your motor to get back from the shop. * You stick your arm out the window & raise it straight up before turning into your driveway. * You take your helmet along when you buy new glasses. * You think the last line of the Star Spangled Banner is: "Racers, start your engines!" * You used to have money. * You take care of your car like it's your child, then drive it like you stole it. * Your 2-year-old knows the meanings of all the flags. * Your criteria for selecting a 'significant other' includes auto repair skills. Air tools are a plus. * Your daughter was an SCCA member when she was 1 day old. * Your friends don't recognize you w/out a helmet & driver's suit. * Your garage holds more cars than your house has bedrooms. * Your bathroom reading material consists of racing supply catalogs & car magazines, none of which have centerfolds. * Your wife can never find enough hangers because you've used all the wire ones as welding rod. * Your wife decides to become a race official so she'll see more of you during the season. * You've started looking for sponsors for your daily commute.
  7. http://www.datsunspirit.com/engine.html Check out these heads.
  8. I doubt it would get there without a bunch of creases and damage.

  9. It can be rolled up into a flat rate usps box

    i think

  10. http://washingtondc.craigslist.org/nva/pts/2086105248.html I have no connection to the seller.
  11. Move air from the front ducts to the brakes?
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