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CAS for pushrod motor
So, josh, what is the latest on these. I'd sure like one real bad! If there isn't enough demand for a production run, I'm still interested and we can discuss it off line.
02-22-2013 01:59 PM
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RE: CAS for pushrod motor
(02-22-2013 01:59 PM)twombo Wrote:  So, josh, what is the latest on these. I'd sure like one real bad! If there isn't enough demand for a production run, I'm still interested and we can discuss it off line.

The latest is I am swamped with orders and builds. I need to sit down with a clear head and adjust the design. The more people that bug me the sooner ill find the time. I have been saying "soon" for a year, I should get on it.
02-22-2013 03:12 PM
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RE: CAS for pushrod motor
I honestly have no feedback for you on mine Josh. It went in like butter, setup was a breeze.

I've got a local down the street that will ante up for one when you get ready to do a run as well.

74 144E, http://forums.turbobricks.com/showthread.php?t=224983
90 745T, GT2871R @ 18psi on E85, MS2V3, bunch of other goodies. 13.50 @ 100.71, traction-limited.
If you need Superpro bushings for ANY vehicle, PM me for price and availability!
02-22-2013 03:42 PM
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The issue is yours uses donor parts. Core for the 240 distributors is getting to be slim pickings in the yards. I clean out the yards down here every few months. The pushrods are much simpler than 240s but the cores are harder to find. This means making the shaft, bushings, and drive. The drive is what I need to nail down.
02-22-2013 04:07 PM
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What about the VW market? Anybody making the drive setup for those? Seems like they run the same offset drive and shaft setup as the B20's. Just a thought...

74 144E, http://forums.turbobricks.com/showthread.php?t=224983
90 745T, GT2871R @ 18psi on E85, MS2V3, bunch of other goodies. 13.50 @ 100.71, traction-limited.
If you need Superpro bushings for ANY vehicle, PM me for price and availability!
02-22-2013 05:42 PM
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(02-22-2013 05:42 PM)gsellstr Wrote:  What about the VW market? Anybody making the drive setup for those? Seems like they run the same offset drive and shaft setup as the B20's. Just a thought...

Ya mean like in a 009 dist? That has passed through my mind. I haven't had the dimensions of the other critical parts or I would model it and build one. It's a diddly task but durable. Just as soon get josh' s product. I'm breaking my motor in right now.

If I can help the process, let me know!
02-23-2013 12:55 AM
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RE: CAS for pushrod motor
Yeah, kinda what I was thinking on the 009. Might be a good alternate source.

74 144E, http://forums.turbobricks.com/showthread.php?t=224983
90 745T, GT2871R @ 18psi on E85, MS2V3, bunch of other goodies. 13.50 @ 100.71, traction-limited.
If you need Superpro bushings for ANY vehicle, PM me for price and availability!
02-23-2013 01:56 AM
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