Has anyone have a idea of where to buy a NEW flywheel, or anyone got a used one??
I have a "new" aftermarket flywheel, which came on an engine that one of my customers brought to me to install in his vehicle. The engine turned out to be less than stellar and he decided to go with an LS3 crate engine. The flywheel has run time only on it. If interested, email me direct: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks, Bob. Edit: This is a stick flywheel for a '65-'67 V-8.
Have a 400 b block stock heads looking to upgrade engine performance has a 4 speed transmission. mostly street use any suggestions
Due to the rarity of that engine, I would consider pulling it and setting it aside, if you have the facility for that. You could swap in a very mild 425 or 455 that would probably fill your needs. The car in my avatar was my daily driver for awhile. It had a mild 455 with "C" heads, a mild hydraulic cam, Offy intake, AED carburetor, Hooker headers, HEI distributor, T-400 and 3.91 posi rear. It ran on pump gas and would run consistent low 13s @ 101 mph, through the mufflers, at 3900+ lbs. It was a fun car and garnered a lot of attention. Just my 2 cents.
OK, what does that part do? I have no heat and cant figure out why. Has AC. I replace the vacume part coming off the intake, I really dont know where to go from there except check the themostat. I appreciate any help on this!!!
The part pictured above is the "blower motor resistor"; it only controls the speed of the blower motor. See if your heater hoses get hot after the car warms up. If not, you could have a problem relating to the heater control valve. I know that you said that you replaced it, but it needs vacuum to it to work. You may have a problem with the vacuum portion of your heater control on the dash.
i guess it depends on what you consider expensive,just sent a rear to wisconsin that cost $70.i would think they would be too long for the p.o.
It's been awhile since I shipped one. I believe that it was ~$35.00 from South Florida to NY. I have shipped a rear window for a '70 Cutlass S and even cylinder heads. As long as it doesn't exceed 60#, they'll pretty much take it. The cylinder heads weighed 59# each .