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Feeling out some options

Post #1 by Broncitis » Mon Dec 30, 2013 9:54 pm

I am thinking of selling my 300 in the bogger, complete and I mean complete ready to drop in with alt. and power steering pump to alternator, intake, carb, to flywheel, 300 plus horsepower in excellent shape, new stock class rule which you can view in NM mud racing I can no longer compete. I am in the process of building a really hot stroked 400m with barret racing prepped 4v Cleveland heads stage 3, since the cam went bad on me and I tore it completely down it has about 8 100ft pit passes on it, I have 1350 in the head alone and documentation to back it up and flow #'s, a forged crank and race tech custom pistons just for starters, no expense was spared and my wallet felt it. I am going to ask 3000 firm, if I told you how much I have in it you probably would not believe me anyway. No way can someone come close to this for the money and quality of parts used and ready to go.
69 Early bronco, 4.11, toploader 4speed, 68k 3inch body lift, ET about 50 something!!!

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Re: Feeling out some options

Post #2 by THE FRENCHTOWN FLYER » Tue Dec 31, 2013 8:09 am

Is there a question in there?

If not, why not place an ad in the 'for sale' section.
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Re: Feeling out some options

Post #3 by Broncitis » Wed Jan 01, 2014 5:29 pm

I guess I have all kinds of emotions about it and am not in a hurry and wanted to see if anyone bit before a final decision, if someone came up with the money I would sell it if I didn't come across a nice small car to put it in. The problem with that is the small car would need lots of work for a 300 when the clutch is dumped, it would be a terror in the 1/8 mile and do well in the 1/4.
69 Early bronco, 4.11, toploader 4speed, 68k 3inch body lift, ET about 50 something!!!

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Re: Feeling out some options

Post #4 by 80broncoman » Wed Jan 01, 2014 8:14 pm

:idea: Some thing I noticed in that stock class rules
There was no mention of "No Nitrous" where as in the super stock and modified it clearly says No Nitrous :wink:

:nox: I'd show up with a big bottle , Don't even think of hiding it. Just smile and say "No Rule against it"


on this vacume rule do they just look at YOUR tach?
If you use a tach set for 8cyl it will show 750RPM when your engine is turning 1000RPM
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Re: Feeling out some options

Post #5 by Broncitis » Wed Jan 01, 2014 9:17 pm

That's not what I am concerned about, it went from single pumper 650 carb to any size 4150 dp carb, single plane from dual plane, from pump gas to race gas and down to 8 inches of vacuum, that's huge in terms of hp and compression ratios and cams that can be run.
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Re: Feeling out some options

Post #6 by 80broncoman » Wed Jan 01, 2014 10:18 pm

Broncitis wrote:That's not what I am concerned about, it went from single pumper 650 carb to any size 4150 dp carb, single plane from dual plane, from pump gas to race gas and down to 8 inches of vacuum, that's huge in terms of hp and compression ratios and cams that can be run.


Oh Ya i didn't notice that. almost sound like you were the target for the new rules. I did notice the "unlimited cubic inches"
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