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Keane165's 1970 LeMans

2020 January
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  1. What did you do to your Car today? 1 2 3 4 64

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  2. Frosty's Airbrush Art Work 1 2 3

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  3. New Found Power. 1 2 3

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  4. look wat happened yesterday 1 2

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  5. my new car for next year 1 2

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  6. firing order 1 2

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  7. speedometer 1 2

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  8. Detailing 1 2

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  9. Oil Filter Brands 1 2

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  10. vroom vroom vroom! 1 2

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  11. New Job Mod

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  12. Rebuild questions

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  13. the winter project

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  14. What to Work On Next?

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  15. future project idea

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  16. My Other Weekend Project

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  17. Chrysler 300S

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  18. Oil change

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  19. Exhaust

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  20. The ish on the Montana..

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  21. Leaking Power Steering System

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  22. HELP ME IDK WHAT TO DO

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  23. P0300 & P0420

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    • KellyT70
      Thanks for all the suggestions.  I got the #13s today and they are ready to build.  I'm looking at the 068 cam with the #13s for my 70 YD block.  I'm putting a 1969 4bbl iron intake with a 1969 or 70 Rochester on it.  That should be around 350hp?  My 70 xh motor with the stock #13s already on it should be about the same too?
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