[Land-speed] Ford Flathead
drmayf at mayfco.com
Thu Aug 5 10:03:08 MDT 2010
Interesting thought. But, I have trouble with the folk who take an old
V8 block, hog out the valley and weld in a new valley so that the
exhaust exits alongside the intake runners. Do those folk use vintage
old cast iron or new steel or? Are cams new old stock? Or modern? How
about the head gaskets? NOS? What exactly defines what vintage is? Is
there a part by part list of what can or cannot be changed and who made
the list, if so?
Please note, I do not use vintage engines or parts. Other than the
discussion, I have no dog in this rumpus.
It all smacks of record protectionism to me. But, whadda I know....
Jim Dincau wrote:
>If you don't have to use vintage parts, what's the point of having a vintage
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Skip Higginbotham" <saltrat at pahrump.com>
>To: "desotoman @dslextreme.com" <desotoman at dslextreme.com>;
><land-speed at autox.team.net>
>Sent: Thursday, August 05, 2010 7:32 AM
>Subject: Re: [Land-speed] Ford Flathead
>>Please help me understand how a stronger block makes an unlevel playing
>>field. Does that make a World Castings Chevy Merlin block unfair?
>>Since I have not studied the "French" issues, this may be a dumb
>>question........is there more to it?
>Land-speed at autox.team.net
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