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1Batimobil's 1967 Catalina

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L83 and 6L80 in 63 Catalina.


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Awesome start already Old Guy! Thank you very much. I can't wait to see your next installment. This is hot rodding at it's finest.

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Nice job on the engine and the write up! Waitin on the next chapter. :pop_corn:

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Great write up old guy.... and here i was thinking any engine  would fit piece of piss into a big frame like a wide tracker!!!! 😏 NOT haha:cheers:

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i think you did a great job old guy👍 well done and great detail :cheers:

is that injection pressure correct at 2600 psi ?

 i can relate to the walbro pump, i bought a kit from tanks inc and it came with a walbro  in tank pump, very happy with it as i had done my home work on them and all comments i found said they where a good pump..

i did like your idea of installing the pcm inside the car, makes for a happy pcb👍

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So I read on the injector pressure that it can go that high. I do know that with all the sound deadening off of the engine the injectors click like valve noise.

Now you know why this will be my last car. I don't have another build like this left in me. I would have liked to have had this combination when I cruised Van Nuys boulevard in the 60's. Maybe my memory is rusty but I do not remember ever having anything this fast back then. 

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