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About mazdamonster

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    Warrenton, MO
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    Trying to keep the beast running and trying to figure out a next project - an articulated sounds like fun.
  1. Carb Spacer

    Should not affect any flow or power curves if the ID is exactly the same as the carb and block. Some of the 70's muscle cars had those high rise manifolds and had absolute awesome power. The biggest deal is having smooth flow over the junctions of carb and block - turbulent flow always robs power by slowing your intake velocity (albeit only a small amount, but with an ID this small, it may make a difference). Hope this helps.
  2. Shelbina,MO Show

    Any of you close to Shelbina, MO - They would love you to bring your Horses of all shapes and descriptions to the show. It's open to everyone and the more the merrier. They also have a great flea market for vintage parts (depends on who shows). I'll be there with the Monster and hopefully a few more Red enthusiasts also. FYI - Shelbina is about halfway between Hannibal, MO and Macon, MO on HWY 36 (maybe closer to Macon (about 30 miles) - it's been a few since I went that way. Hope to see anybody and everybody who wants to go.
  3. C-160 with special power mod

    Thought that all of the great customs out there might want to see a real oddity that I picked up about three years ago and have been improving on since. The pic is a bit old, as I refinished all six rims and have improved the exhaust a little bit more. I'll post a few more after the Shelbina show next week. Going to shoot for the WHCC show next year, if you want to see this beast in person. Great jos on all the customs out there and keep the creative juices flowing. Attached Image