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Old 02-04-2014, 06:28 PM   #626
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I sure has a different look to the normal Same O air cleaners.
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Old 02-07-2014, 04:53 PM   #627
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Some good sounding 6 bangers....
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Old 02-22-2014, 02:30 PM   #628
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Well I bought a better quality HEI for my 292..its from Speed Master off ebay. Capable of 7,000 RPM and has a 65,000 volt coil...and with the big carb..really burns the fuel nicely...I am running Napa premium 8 MM wires. I reved the motor to 4700 RPM when I shifted to 3rd!!!! Almost to 5000!!!! YEAH! lol! Anyhow...here's a picture...videos to follow soon.
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Old 02-23-2014, 07:39 AM   #629
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Looking Great T.J. and I'm looking forward to see the video.
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Old 02-23-2014, 12:30 PM   #630
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Looking Great T.J. and I'm looking forward to see the video.
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Old 03-02-2014, 09:31 PM   #631
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Hi Guys, Heres my 292. Its got a Lump port head, Dual Holley Weber 2 barrel progressive carbs, Langdon headers, 2.5 custom exhaust w Glasspacks, Stainless push rods, propane pistons, 6 lbs shaved off the flywheel, HEI ingnition, and a Cam,,,

I have some finned sideplates im putting on it right now and changing all the hoses to stainless braided. As soon as I finish painting the firewall and inner fender wells, Ill get a new pic of it later and try to post a vid of it running,


Thanks for all the good info and threads guys

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Hi Guys, Heres my 292. Its got a Lump port head, Dual Holley Weber 2 barrel progressive carbs, Langdon headers, 2.5 custom exhaust w Glasspacks, Stainless push rods, propane pistons, 6 lbs shaved off the flywheel, HEI ingnition, and a Cam,,,

I have some finned sideplates im putting on it right now and changing all the hoses to stainless braided. As soon as I finish painting the firewall and inner fender wells, Ill get a new pic of it later and try to post a vid of it running,


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That is looking really Fine can't wait to hear some video.
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Old 03-03-2014, 05:19 PM   #633
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Thank you. Do you have a build thread? Your avatar is kickin.
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Old 03-14-2014, 02:58 AM   #634
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Some really good looking L6's.
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The 250 in my 66 GMC short bed . Equipped with a offenhauser intake and valve cover, hedman hedders. It had a holley 390cfm four bbl. but if you don't open the 4 bbl up the gas in the rear fule bowl turns to varnish and gums everything up. Ask me how I know? So I put a 2bbl Rochester from a 283 chev on it. Its backed by a power glide trans.
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Old 03-14-2014, 01:02 PM   #636
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The 250 in my 66 GMC short bed . Equipped with a offenhauser intake and valve cover, hedman hedders. It had a holley 390cfm four bbl. but if you don't open the 4 bbl up the gas in the rear fule bowl turns to varnish and gums everything up. Ask me how I know? So I put a 2bbl Rochester from a 283 chev on it. Its backed by a power glide trans.
Well..that's why you floor it so the secondaries open up and let the old fuel out and fresh come in...I do that with my 292 now since I have the 600 on there. Once I get going I will leave the pedal at the floor for awhile and let the secondaries clean out. No issues yet. Nice engine you have! I like the 2 barrel idea.
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Well..that's why you floor it so the secondaries open up and let the old fuel out and fresh come in...I do that with my 292 now since I have the 600 on there. Once I get going I will leave the pedal at the floor for awhile and let the secondaries clean out. No issues yet. Nice engine you have! I like the 2 barrel idea.
Yea Back in my younger days I constantly exercised the secondairys on everything I drove. This corn gas we have nowadays go bad really fast. Ive found that all I can find is resistor type spark plugs. And point type ignition is too weak to fire a resistor spark plug with the sorry gas. So I install a HEI distributer on everything I drive. I prefer a carter AFB carb for a 4 bbl. They have float bowls on each side that feed both the primarys & secondaries.
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Yea Back in my younger days I constantly exercised the secondairys on everything I drove. This corn gas we have nowadays go bad really fast. Ive found that all I can find is resistor type spark plugs. And point type ignition is too weak to fire a resistor spark plug with the sorry gas. So I install a HEI distributer on everything I drive. I prefer a carter AFB carb for a 4 bbl. They have float bowls on each side that feed both the primarys & secondaries.
Yeah, I am running an Edelbrock 600 on my 292 and it runs great.
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Old 05-02-2014, 08:29 PM   #639
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Here's a vid of us revin the snot outta the ol chevy 6. Them flow masters sound good!

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Sounds Dang Good for what you say it has for compression.
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Old 05-03-2014, 09:54 AM   #641
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Sounds Dang Good for what you say it has for compression.
Yeah..for having only 95 pounds of compression and a chewed up cam its does darn good. lol Its really good for a cruise at 2500 RPM. Fun lil motor.
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I know this is not a truck But for those that have been kind a following me around I finally got the sec. cowl Hood painted. Hope you guys like it. Oh and yes the flames are embossed/ bead rolled into the hood.

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Very nice Twisted!
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Nice work Larry!
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Old 05-04-2014, 01:30 PM   #645
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BiG Thanks Guys yeah this was the second hood I made it, The first one went to a Good friend of mine who I race with. the Other hood I had made also as a 2in cowl was for a impala wagon ( late 60/early 70s wagon) which also was a 2in cowl.
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The 250 in my 66 GMC short bed . Equipped with a offenhauser intake and valve cover, hedman hedders. It had a holley 390cfm four bbl. but if you don't open the 4 bbl up the gas in the rear fule bowl turns to varnish and gums everything up. Ask me how I know? So I put a 2bbl Rochester from a 283 chev on it. Its backed by a power glide trans.
Is that chain for torque purposes? Never seen that setup before.
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Is that chain for torque purposes? Never seen that setup before.
That is a redneck motor mount and is quite affective I might add...Vernski
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Dig it Vernski. Lol.
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Ran across this one today looking through a street rodder magazine at the grocery store. A 292 in a 56 chevy car. NICE!
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That looks Sweet Nice and Clean
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