Ya, i'll probably put a rear-facing cowl induction scoop on there, kinda like a trans am, except a little to the left.1.6pete said:
wahahaha you look like a dude i know :thumbup: very nice ride tho. are you going to have like a shaker hood or a cowl? because i am 99.9%positive that that thing wont clear the hood.
either that or a ram air. that would be pretty bad ass. oh and i just realized who you look like............EVERYONE FROM MY HIGH SCHOOL! lolBeEleven said:Ya, i'll probably put a rear-facing cowl induction scoop on there, kinda like a trans am, except a little to the left.
Yes, I have two '83 [pre-crank angle sensor] E-series distributors as spares for my race car. The vacuum canisters on both of them no longer hold vacuum but I never cared, because I don't connect them anyway. Remember, with twin side drafts there is no common intake runner plenum to draw a good vacuum signal from anyway. Instead, I adjust the base timing a bit higher to make up for the missing vacuum advance. This gives me more intial timing better throttle responce. If you wanted one of these let me know.BeEleven said:Thanks Mike...I just rebuilt the rear suspension and re-finished the floor, but I've still got a ways to go. You wouldnt happen to have an old vacuum advance distributor your not using, would you?
I could send you one for $25 plus $5 to ship. PM me if interested.BeEleven said:Ya, I'm interested...how much are you looking to sell it for?
It's simple, there are only two wires coming out of the distributor. One goes to the positive side of the coil and the other to the negative side.BeEleven said:And also, how would I wire the coil and battery up for this configuration?
No. I run my 13 to 1 compression E16 with a totally stock ignition and it will pull to 7,000+ rpm smoothly. I occasionally shift at 7,300 but not on purpose.BeEleven said:Would it be worth getting an MSD ignition and coil?