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PostPosted: Thu Jan 04, 2018 6:03 pm 
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2018 2:52 pm 
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351 4V .020 over 355 CID
10.75:1 CR
950 Holley
Parker Funnel Web single plane intake
Ported 4V 66cc chambers
Solid roller - 234/236 @ .050, 282/288 @ .006., .588/.588 lift 112 LSA
Oil restrictors in the mains
Windage tray
1 3/4" headers, 3" full exhaust

12.50 @ 115.89 in the 1/4 mile, 2.0 60 foot

1969 Mustang fastback, 4.30 gears, 5 speed Tremec transmission

Gone but not forgotten, it was fun.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2018 8:31 pm 
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.020 bore on the block. Wiseco custom pistons. 13.5 compression. Standard ring pack. 3.750 crankshaft. 6.125 rods. Tim's cam bearings. Precision pump. Moroso 9 qt. pan. Comp roller cam .692 on both. 273 283 duration on a 108 degree. Installed 4 degrees advanced. PAC 1225 springs. 270# seat and around 700# on the nose? Can't remember exactly. Manley HD stainless intake and exhaust valves. Some port work. Chambers at 60 cc. Strip Dominator intake. Early BG modified 850 annular booster. 10.50@127 mph. 65 Comet all steel with a Jerico. I think I have a couple tenths yet to pick up?


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 9:19 am 
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b.guggenmos

Just curious to how much it cost you to put that Jerico in your car? Is it a clutchless or do you still have to press the clutch every shift? I would love to put a clutchless in mine.
Was the effort really worth it?


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 9:06 pm 
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nova467spanker wrote:
b.guggenmos

Just curious to how much it cost you to put that Jerico in your car? Is it a clutchless or do you still have to press the clutch every shift? I would love to put a clutchless in mine.
Was the effort really worth it?


My Comet is a factory 4 speed car. In the 80's I used a T10 then switched to a wide ratio toploader for 25 years. I broke one input shaft. The car ran 11.50's with my old Cleveland which was pushing the limits of a stock small input toploader.

I bought a used Jerico and McLeod soft loc clutch about 5 years ago. A bolt in from the toploader for the most part. I made a new rear cross member and had to get a 32 spline input shaft but again not a big deal.

When I installed the current Cleveland I had the clutch rebuilt. I had it set way to aggressive and destroyed the Jerico. I ended up buying a new Jercio DR4-4 which is still a clutch type. Shifts like butter with a Long inline shifter. A lot of guys shift them clutchless but I have not tried and don't plan to. The transmission was about $4500.00. The complete clutch assembly is around $2,000.00 or so.

I just like stick cars. Never been down a track with an automatic and I am 55 years old. When I can't shift I'm done. A stick is a lot of fun! Go for it!


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