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post #21 of 385 (permalink) Old 10-23-2003, 01:18 PM
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Well....I was going to say that they were pretty reasonable but I just checked with Jegs website and they're $543 for the 6000PXI like mine I also looked in my latest Jegs catalog that came in the mail only 2 weeks ago and they have the 6000PXI listed for $459! That's insane! I gave like $350 for mine from Jegs in 2000. As I said...they're good carbs but d@mn that's a price hike in 3 years!

Check with Ebay...I've seen a few of them listed there.

Here's a new one currently being auctioned off

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post #22 of 385 (permalink) Old 10-24-2003, 08:36 PM
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those carbs rock. I didnt think they were that "cheap" I figured one could lay down a G for one so I never bothered doing any research.

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still has the 600CFM holley on it at that point and no Sag yet either.

77 Mustang II engine I helped build last week

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I saw one at the Turkey Rod Run for $ 150.00 and it would barely open. Otherwise, I would have bought it.

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post #24 of 385 (permalink) Old 12-14-2003, 07:56 PM Thread Starter
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c'mon i know there is more of you 78-79 guys out there, lets see them!!

'79 xlt Mudder
'79 F-250 "Low boy
Injection is nice but....... Id Rather Be BLOWN! FORD POWER
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post #25 of 385 (permalink) Old 12-14-2003, 08:11 PM
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oh hahah i posted in the wrong section
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I am new to this section, but here it is, just got it running, and it nice and clean. 351 Pics taken today.



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nice to see youyr 79 is goin....wish i woulda had the money to fix mine up

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'79 F-250 "Low boy
Injection is nice but....... Id Rather Be BLOWN! FORD POWER
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post #29 of 385 (permalink) Old 12-18-2003, 01:14 PM
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Nice paint Drexelsteve!!! I am painting mine the same color (some day). I only have the tranny and t-case painted green so far. I have an extra engine I'll start rebuilding (some day) and it will get painted green. Anyway, nice work!

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'72 EFI'd 429...
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Whoops...here's the other pic....
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hey people i cant seem to figure out how to post my bronco pics . lil help anyone
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hey Dixie Pirate...You running the idle circut with that one? Mine just wouldnt run right on the street without it. That was the best carb I had ever had...

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Oh, mind if I post my '89 351W?



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This is what i found under the old valve covers
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This is with the new covers
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Is that an early bronco mc/brake booster in a 78/79 bronco?
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I'm not sure I bought it with that set-up already on it.Hopefully here soon i am going to do the f350 brake up-grade.Although the brakes work fine.I just don't like how it looks.
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69 Lincoln 460

My old 351M had cracked the head and the block between 2 & 3 and I didn't want to put another rebuilt 351 in. As good luck would have it, I saw this 69 460 sitting in a local restoration shop. I couldn't resist and brought it home, immediately stripping it down to the crank. My wife about killed me! After a little warming up, I just got it in my 79 Bronco.

A few specs:

1969 460 .060 over
C9VE 75.8cc heads 2.08 intake 1.65 exhaust
Crank ground, spooned and balanced
TRW L2443F-60 forged pistons cut & balanced to 11:1
Stock rods, shot-peened, polished, balanced, ARP bolts
Rotating assembly balanced, deck zeroed
Hi-Vol. rear sump oil pump
7 qt. oil pan
Comp Cams Xtreme 4X4 FF X4 270H-11 270/278 226/234 554/574
Crane Energizer 1.7 roller rockers
Hardened valve seats
3-Angle valve grind
Port, polish, gasket matched
Edelbrock Performer RPM Intake Manifold 7166
Edelbrock 1411 750 CFM, electric choke
4 core radiator
L&L mounts, headers and brackets

Whatch'a think??

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69 Lincoln 460 14Bolt/D60 5.13 Detroit/Powr-lok
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