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Volume 58

Hot Rod


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Horsing Around with the Mustang Six - Part 1&2 Written by Ak Miller, the article covers the various modifications performed by Mr. Miller, which greatly increased the performance of Ford's small inline six. Mr. Miller was a Performance Advisor for Ford Motor Company in the sixties and seventies, and was considered by many to be the worlds leading authority on inline. As such, he is the God-Father of Ford six-cylinder performance.

Volume #3

Mustang Magazine


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Six-Cylinder Performance & Economy Guide This tech article was printed in Hot Rod's Mustang Magazine, Volume #3. The article covers the popular Offenhauser Triple 1V modification, an Autolite 2V log conversion, the Duraspark II distributor swap, and other methods of increasing horsepower and mileage in the small six. We hope you enjoy reading the article just as much as we did, as much of it still pertains to the modifications being made today.
May 2006

Mustang & Fords


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All She Needs is Six, six cylinders that is. Classic Inlines sponsors this street legal 1963 Round Body Falcon with a turbo charged 250ci inline six. At the time the article was written, their turbo-charged six had a modified log head with a Holley 500cfm carb, which ran mid 12's thru the traps. With Classic Inlines aluminum head, a custom ground Clay Smith solid lifter cam, and a 600cfm 4V carb, this little Falcon is now running high ten's through the traps.

Jul 2006

Mustang & Fords


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Inline Power Potential was published in the July 2006 issue of Mustang & Fords. The article covers the latest methods being used to hop up the small six, including cylinder head modifications, ignition upgrades, and exhaust systems. It also covers the various induction options available to inline enthusiast, such as 2V adaptors, log modifications, multiple carbs, and the popular Australian 250-2V cylinder head, which has a removable alloy intake.

Aug 2007

Muscle Car Review

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Inline Power Potential was rewritten and published once again in Muscle Car Review. We had no idea the article was being reprinted, until our phone started ringing off the wall shortly after it hit the stands. I can't tell you how much we appreciate the editors at Primeda for publishing these articles, as they have a huge impact on our hobby. Each time an article runs, literally hundreds of new enthusiast discover the power potential of their little inline six.

Oct 2007

Mustang & Fords

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Inline is Fine - Part 1 Part one of this three part article, covers the steering, suspension, and disc brake upgrades performed on our 1969 Sportsroof project car, which was purchased to use as a test bed for our new products. The idea was to build a six-cylinder car that could offer stiff competition to it's V-Eight counterparts, and be competitive on an open track, as well as the quarter mile.
Nov 2007

Mustang & Fords

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Inline is Fine - Part 2: The article starts off covering the history and specifications of the small Ford six, including the 144, 170, 200, and 250ci blocks, then moves on to the latest performance options that are available from Classic Inlines. The second half of the article covers the short block assembly, transmission and drivetrain upgrades, and our plans for induction, which will be cover in part three of the article.
Dec 2007

Mustang & Fords

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Inline is Fine - Part 3: The final part, brings it all together. Showing the fabrication and installation of the turbocharger, inter-cooler, and plumping. The induction system, electronics, and ignition are also covered, as well as a few other induction systems which were not used for this project. Classic Inlines plans to dyno testing the engine in the near future and will post the results in our Dyno Room.
Nov 2007

Hot Rod


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Bye-Bye Little Baby: What happens when you take a six-cylinder Maverick, put EFI on it, and then hose it down with tons of nitrous spray? Read this article, and you'll know the answer. This was a project put together by Spectre Performance and Hot Rod Magazine, when they were deciding what to do with an old worn out 200ci inline six. But before they did anything, they called Classic Inlines for assistance and a little tech advice. This was really fun.....
Jun 2008

Hot Rod
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HeadJob: may not be the best choice for the name of an article, however it certainly gets your attention. This article appeared in the Australian Hot Rod magazine, which is similar to America's version. When they contacted us via e-mail, they wanted to know if we would send information and pictures on our new aluminum cylinder head, which also fits the Australian pre-crossflow six (200-221-250ci). Of course, we were delighted to offer our assistance.
Jul 2008

Legendary Ford


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Some Sixy History and Hot Lil' Six Shooters - Pt 1: Legendary Ford's "All Six Issue" was published in July of 2008. We originally approached them in 2007, but it took nearly a year to convince them to run a feature article. However after looking through all the inline material they had amassed, they decided to do a special issue devoted to inline sixes. This issue features several six-cylinder cars and 2 tech articles, and wound up being their All Time Best Selling Issue.
Sept 2008

Legendary Ford


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Hot Lil' Six Shooters - Pt 2: The September issue of Legendary Ford's includes . While part one covered the basics for hopping up your small six, part two covers head swaps and various induction options. Eventually we hope to do a third part, which includes EFI and power adders (turbo's, super-chargers, and nitrous), however much R&D work and dyno testing, needs to be done before we are ready to write an article on those upgrades. But we're working on it.

Feb 2009

Mustang Monthly


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Guide to Six-Cylinder Performance: Published in the February issue of Mustang Monthly, this article is a compilation of all previous articles published in Mustangs & Fords magazine (seen above), however it has been up-dated, re-written and re-formatted. The article covers current performance modifications, including cylinder head swaps/modifications, ignition upgrades, exhaust systems, induction options, and our new aluminum cylinder head.

Jan 2010

Muscle Car
Enthusiast


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Forgotten Growl: The January issue of Muscle Car Enthusiast covers the history of the Arvinode Exhaust Systems, which is being reproduced by Waldron's Antique Exhaust. This exhaust systems is also being offered to inline enthusiast exclusively through Classic Inlines. In this article, you'll discover what makes it so different from all other exhaust systems, and why the performance of any motor is enhanced.

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