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wdl182 last won the day on October 14 2018

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  1. I used a radiator from Eastwood products different sizes to choose from !! This rad never overheated even in 90 degree day in a slow moving 1 mile parade behind a Bus !! I highly recommend you take a look at it. No I don't work for them, but their radiator worked for me !! Wayne
  2. Thanks for that Frosty I wouldn't do that either !! You sound like a stand up guy that I hope to meet someday !! Wayne
  3. Went to the Jeg's site and got a lot of useful info. Live chat and they suggested a min.2200 stall to take advantage of lock up converter.
  4. Just the stock 389 w/ 4bbl. Not going to Drag this one !! Just a Driver ( Everywhere !! )
  5. Ok I'm planning on the lock-up converter for this 200R-4 trans swap. Any suggestions on Stall speed ?? Looking at a 2100 stall or should it be lower say around 1700stall.
  6. Frosty, I have the original temp sender in the intake next to the housing, it has 2 wires going to it. One I'm sure is for the idiot light. I want a second source for a factory temp gauge sending unit. I talked with InLine and they don't make a thermostat housing with a sender bung. I'll have to order a new one and have a friend of mine drill and put a bung in it. Also on the oil pressure gauge they were no help at all, just said that those sending units are basically non-exsistant.. Again thanks for your input and I will try to research more and keep looking. Wayne
  7. I'll give them a call I have some other questions about some Pontiac parts! Like does anyone make a thermostat housing with a built in bung for a temp sending unit? Probably will have to have this cu$tom made !! Thanks,
  8. No it won't work !! Gauge is a 60 psi and 0-30 ohms !! Sender is specific to that particular gauge and is not being reproduced. I have found an outlet for one, but pricey at $ 140.00 may have to bite the bullet on this one ! Also on the back of the oil gauge and water temp gauge there is no markings to what terminal is positive/sender and what is Ground . Thanks for your help really appreciate it !!
  9. Looking for a 64-66 big car oil pressure sending unit for the 60 psi rally gauge/ 0-30 ohms ???
  10. Frosty, Hey found a 86 Monte SS trans $100. !!! good shape ! It has the dual bolt pattern bellhousing. No converter, should I use the lock-up converter or non-lockup converter?? Any suggestions or help would be appreciated. Wayne
  11. Thanks frosty I've read that a TH200R4 out of an 86-87 monte or cutlass are the strongest ! So let the hunt begin Looking at going on Hot Rod Power Tour 2019 !!! Wayne PS What do I do about the flywheel ??
  12. I've looked at several posts on transmission swaps, and am looking to swap my 64 hydromatic to a over drive unit. Any suggestions, 200r4 or ??? Thanks, Wayne
  13. Thanks Frosty, Done some changes already, replace the carb with an Edelbrock, added a new steering wheel the old wheel was broken, added a new stereo system Retro sound in the stock location with the rear speakers mounted under the deck in stock location. You can see the 17" custom wheels, New air shocks, Stock Brakes have been done and it stops Great ! Need to get the heater core replaced and then get the factory air working !! After that is done Then I'll Drive the heck out of it !!! Wayne
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