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Registry Form Here: https://fordsix.com/threads/aluminum-cylinder-head-registry-form.86378/ 18OJ5jJYftA-CeFeL3SgJhp0Ee_ngQ-0I_WHqdVih3nE
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This was started on the phpBB forum and I forgot about it until now... We'll have a registry thread for documenting the CI/VI Aluminum heads soon. 1FAIpQLSdQghZDLt0BQ58cMbFYZUsv4rjKrgwE0-PIXneFehvXUuIy1g
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Classic Inlines is a firm believer in using Jet-Hot ceramic coatings on our headers. While we offer painted headers, we highly recommend buying Jet-Hot Ceramic Coated headers, and our reasoning is very easy to understand. JetHot
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When selecting your exhaust kit, or components, it's critical to size them appropriately. Selecting a system that is to small, will restrict air flow at high rpm's and limit your top end power. Selecting a system that is to large, reduces back-pressure, which decreases low end torque. We...
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Original https://ciarchive.fordsix.com/DynoSwap.htmlDynoSwap
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The 200ci engine is bored 40 over, with a dual pattern 264/274 Classic Inlines cam, modified D8 cylinder head, re-curved Duraspark/MSD ignition, high ratio rocker assembly, dual out Hooker headers, Flowmaster mufflers, and a custom built 4412 Holley 500cfm-2V carb with annular discharge.
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Original https://ciarchive.fordsix.com/Dyno6.htmlDyno6
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Classic Inlines spent a couple days testing various carbs on our new aluminum head. The following data is the result of fourteen dyno runs made while we were there. Original https://ciarchive.fordsix.com/PCdyno.html PCdyno
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The purpose of this section is to assist other inline enthusiast, giving them the guidance and information they need for a successful engine build, whether its an economical daily driver, an all out effort for drag racing, or something in between. dynoroom
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2-1 CARB ADAPTORS Many inline enthusiast's use aftermarket carb adapters to install two barrel (2BBL) carbs on the integral log intake, replacing the anemic one barrel (1BBL). There are many different types, so you need to make sure you purchase the correct adapter for your application and your...
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Link to original: https://ciarchive.fordsix.com/CompressionRatio.html CompressionRatio
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Download the manual from Mikes Carburetor Parts: Manual for Autolite-1100 Autolite 1100 The Autolite 1100 one-barrel carburetor was offered on the 170 and 200ci sixes from '63-'69, in three venturi sizes - 1.00-, 1.10-, and 1.20-inches. Mustangs had either 1.10- or 1.20-inch depending on model...
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CONVERTING STOCK REAR BRAKES TO 10 X 2 ˝ INCH DRUMS By Sam Griffith {AKA Sigtauenus} After converting the front of my car from drum brakes to disc brakes, I wanted to make an upgrade to the rear brakes as well. After emptying the wallet on the front brakes, I didn't want to spend the money on...
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