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    Hello Mk.75H ! nothing to do with Chrylser,but I understand with your vast knowledge of old motors you could possibly share what you know about KF-9's;KG-9's or MK. 40's. I really would like to own one of these old motors & certainly would like to share experiences about them. Any help apprieciated ! Cottonpicker
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    Quote Originally Posted by afr View Post
    One of the top 10 coolest things ever posted on this site.

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    would somebody PLEASE put up some video of a Chrysler stacker running?!?!?!

    Looked all the way to the end of the interweb and found nothing!
    limited skills

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    bfmccasper Did you every figure out your cooling issues? Must be you.....

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Chrysler-Out...50101d&vxp=mtr

    LOOP: His video is on this link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milkdud View Post
    bfmccasper Did you every figure out your cooling issues? Must be you.....

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Chrysler-Out...50101d&vxp=mtr

    LOOP: His video is on this link.

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    yes, i had a clogged water passage at the pop off valve in the engine block. when you mount these pipes, you remove the valve to supply water to the block that feeds the manifolds. found a white sediment clogging it. just ended up going a different direction with the boat. was going to save this set up for a future project, but just dont have the time right now

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    I have seen that video and its pretty cool,but on the stacker I had the manifold/adapter block appeared to divert ALL of the exhaust thru the stacks.
    I say appeared to because I never got a chance to run it and I could certainly be wrong.
    in this video theres alot of exhaust going out the snout and the above water relief.
    would love to hear one at "full song". Thats the video I havent been able to find
    limited skills

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    Quote Originally Posted by loop View Post
    I have seen that video and its pretty cool,but on the stacker I had the manifold/adapter block appeared to divert ALL of the exhaust thru the stacks.
    I say appeared to because I never got a chance to run it and I could certainly be wrong.
    in this video theres alot of exhaust going out the snout and the above water relief.
    would love to hear one at "full song". Thats the video I havent been able to find

    loop, if your talking about my video on the ebay link, i assure you all the exhaust is coming out of the pipes. dont have a video of it running full speed,sorry, but i can tell you, its loud!

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    OK my mistake,I apologize.
    I didnt see the link to your video when I looked at your ebay ad.
    I did a search and the only one that came up is the one I was talkin about.
    thats the first time I've seen your video and its definitely much better than the other one.
    if you still have it could you just blip the throttle once for us.... please????
    Last edited by loop; 11-13-2012 at 10:53 PM.
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    What about the 85 4 cylinder with the low water pickups used in fg class?

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    It was a triple and bone stock

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    Here is a pic Click image for larger version. 

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    Nice! That's an original 105/135 5/16" shear pin unit.

    There are a ton of people begging for video of a Chrysler stacker!

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    There was one running at Tavares last month. Sounded just like I remembered. The Mercs were louder than the Chryslers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bo29m View Post
    Here is a pic Click image for larger version. 

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    What year is that gearcase? Very Cool

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    Scribed! Gary

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