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bluefoxamazone

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bluefoxamazone last won the day on March 12 2018

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About bluefoxamazone

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    Senior Member, have way too much spare time on my hands
  • Birthday 06/09/1961

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Belgium
  • Interests
    restoration of my car
  • My Project Cars
    1953 plymouth cranbrook convertible

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  • Biography
    passionate about things
  • Occupation
    production mgr

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  • Location
    Tielt Belgium
  • Interests
    vintage cars and motorcycles

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  1. in inches I suppose..? :-) so for our metric friends: EX: 0.25 mm IN: 0.2 mm Thanks for the info!!
  2. hi, what were the clearances used for both inlet and outlet valve? thanks
  3. I use a 20/50 multigrade oil and my needle does not move a bit away from 40 or slightly higher. Not if I am idling nor if I am running at 100km/hr.
  4. Happy B-day Mr Asche. The carb that you made for me works like a charm.... thanks again.
  5. also try to apply the force as closely to the head as possible. Use a good brand of penetrating oil and some mild heat..
  6. hello, pastries... one of the reasons I can't seem to get my weight under control, haha.. and the beer, and the chocolates... What did you visit in Belgium? Planning on coming back some day...?
  7. Thanks Doc, I am going to digg in this in the coming days... grtz, Franky
  8. howdie! small question... what are exactly the symptoms of a bad working heat riser??? thanks, greetings from Belgium! Franky
  9. I also have one of those but it is a bit hard to check under the bonnet while driving...:-)
  10. just to have a second measurement I have installed a cheap "-made-in-China thermometer" bij glue-ing the probe on a nicely cleaned freeze plug on top of the head. It measures fast and accurate and gives me a good indication on the cooling performance. In combination with the stock gauge it works like a charm. It reacts much faster. I can even see everytime the thermostat opens. On a hot day (35°C) while going up and down hills the temperature was never exceeding 78°C. I could predict when the gauge in the dash was going to rise and when I would go down. Cheap and efficiënt dont we all like that...? Grtz from Belgium
  11. mmm. I'd put my money on Plymouthy and mr Coatney... 😉
  12. hello Larry, you seem to be concentrating on the ignition/timing.. sure it's not a carburation problem...?grtz
  13. I might fool around a bit with it... let's see what it brings... grtz
  14. my excuses for not using the correct word.. I meant affordable. After I noticed that some 150 buyers were very satisfied (mostly FORD guys). I thought I'd give it a try. For 30 euro I can't make my hands dirty trying to invent something I can buy...
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