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  1. Looking to buy a set of 351W heads with hardened seats. Prefer cast iron.
  2. Is it missing under acceleration? Could it be something in the electrical breaking down?
  3. Here is a look around the graphite reactor here on site. A piece of history that changed the world for sure. https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=o7wBvVkzDXJ https://www.ornl.gov/content/graphite-reactor
  4. This is an old picture before the fuel injection, intake and valve cover changes but you ca see where the box and coil is mounted. Then we mounted the fuel injection control box(not shown) right below the mallory box.
  5. My mother in law lives in Boardman and sent pictures this morning as well. We had a small dusting here but was gone by noon
  6. I have the dakota digital set up along with the MSD Atomic fuel injection and a mallory box and distributor. But I used a Ron Francis wiring harness and I am NOT letting the MSD control the timing of electric fans. So I can't speak for the stock harness.
  7. I can't answer that to be absolutely sure on it. The reason being 3 of the 5 we have installed have 1 mallory distributor with a MSD box, 1 MSD set up on both, 1 69 Camaro with a Chevy distributor with MSD box, and 1 69 Camaro and 57 Chevy with stock distibutor and NO box None controlling timing
  8. Not sure if its an option for you or not but, we went with a mid length header on my wife's 70 with a 351W. They were Doug Thorley ceramic coated ones. I did have to massage one of the tube slightly at the aftermarket steering box. We were worried about ground clearance. They were a little pricey but were a very nice set of headers.
  9. I bought two sets of these to go under the wheels. I use them whenever the wheels are still on the car and don't have to worry about jack stands. I do still use stands when I have to. They are a little pricey but cheaper than an emergency room visit. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/bti-rr-wc-12
  10. I have the MSD Atomic, which is now owned by Holley, and will never go back to a carb. The only way I would ever go back is if the power out grows the system. It has made life so much simpler for a car that's driven mostly on weekends with trips throughout the week between home garage and storage garage. Just turn the key on wait a second or two and fire it up. No choke, no pumping of the pedal, etc... I can't speak for the sniper but we have the MSD on our two and three or four friends all have them. Now I have all the parts, new distributor and MSD box, to allow it to control the timing. I h
  11. I like some things but not all. But looks like a lot of work went into the build.
  12. Here you go https://www.dakotadigital.com/index.cfm/page/ptype=product/product_id=922/category_id=434/mode=prod/prd922.htm
  13. Do you feel the vibration in the steering wheel or in the seat? Is it under acceleration or coasting or both? Seat is usually drive line Steering wheel is usually Tires/wheels Start with the easy stuff. Tire balancing, drive shaft balancing. I had a small vibration once after having the drive shaft out. I took it loose at the rear end and rotated it 180 and helped a lot.
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