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    Yup, she's been eyeballing your work waiting for a ride.

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    Ha! Too bad I only got one seat? And I ain't so sure she'd fit into it ...
    '71 Glastron V153 - Composite rebuild - Unceremoniously wrecked
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    Ha, she'll sit on your lap

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    Quote Originally Posted by FMP View Post
    Ha, she'll sit on your lap
    Fat chance'a that ...
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    Give us the fat details on the 140

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    Okay for chit's n giggles we disected the trim switch. Now if'n I could only find my soldering iron ...

    Tank's almost done. And at this time I would like to officially proclaim my love for Plasti-Dip ...

    Discovered they have cans of 'glossifier' and 'metallic-erizer' at the china mart behind the shop. Be interesting to monkey around with?
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    '71 Glastron V153 - Composite rebuild - Unceremoniously wrecked
    '81 Baja 15 SS - "nine-paged" '77 140
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    Quote Originally Posted by 71V153 View Post
    Motor's purty strong. Scalloped block & pistons, squared off ports, lil knocked off the heads, '77 drilled mid, etc. We're thinkin 80 or so isn't too far fetched?
    Pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by FMP View Post
    Give us the fat details on the 140
    Okay ... but it's kinda a frankinrude.

    '77 140 .030, scalloped block and teflon pistons, rod slots cut, rods and pistons balanced. '78 hi comp heads minus a lil. Later model (taller) intake w/recirc lines, stuffers, and Carson reeds. Large bore type III carbs with primers. Upgraded to CD4 unlimited single powerpack, flywheel and ignition. Relieved '77 megaphone mid.

    That's about all's I kin come up with for now ...
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    '81 Carlson C500 Metric - Currently in foster care
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    Might square off a set of reed cages next time I grow a wild hair up my butt ...
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    Can you run without the reed stops? Spread wide?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FMP View Post
    Can you run without the reed stops? Spread wide?
    Heard tale of cutting the stops down a lil. Never running without?
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    Different applications but the five finger Chrysler then Merc . Two stage reeds without gained 75 rpm. Never broke one, hundreds of hrs. First spread the stops as wide as the case would fit, then removed them keeping the strip along the screw holes. If I remember the instructions said remove for the V4.

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    Ya this thing had never been run. Two stage Boyesons in it when I got it. But I'm kinda partial to Carson reeds.

    I'm told some of the later/cleaner Ficht cages will fit in an xflow intake. But have yet to experiment.
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    '81 Carlson C500 Metric - Currently in foster care
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    WALK TALL AND CARRY A BIG BILGE PUMP

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    Sure ,a little more choice for stiffness with CC. I'd pull the stops and see what's up after you mod the cages.

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    Two coats on top of the tank. Almost done. WooHoo!
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