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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE TheYellaBrick's Avatar
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    Okay now ! Let's play 'Read them bearings !'

    360 Mopar 6 seasons of racing pavement hillclimb and autocross. Castrol 20/50 - pumpgas 10.5:1 - 6400 max rpm

    #1 main




    #2 main



    #3 main



    #4 main



    #5 main



    Rods



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    okay

    Main studs, Line hone.

    New rod bolts, resize.

    Polish crank.

    Rebuild oil pump.

    Accusump system.

    Windage tray, baffles

    After 6 years, the bearings did their job.

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    Okay.

    Wix racing oil filter.

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    Re: Okay.

    Quote Originally Posted by markdunlap
    Wix racing oil filter.
    yep... looks like someone's been running them orange oil filters.....lol
    GOOD PARTS AREN'T CHEAP AND CHEAP PARTS ARE NEVER GOOD.........
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    Orange Junk filters for 2 years until our eye opening discussions on here. Wix afterwards.
    ARP in rods and block
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    Rods a little worse for the wear, and definitely needed a little cleaner lube stuff, but all in all, no windows or puzzles were made . .

    And you had fun . . .

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    I can never go 6 years without tearing something up and having to take it apart!! :lol:

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    The only oil pan I could get back when I built this bullet, was a Milodon circle track pan with right side pickup. THIS time I shortened the pickup tube so it is centered, added a baffle to encase the pickup and added an extension to the bottom to flood the pick up. Also added a windage tray as they didn't make them for this application way back when.

    As built at Milodon..




    Floor extension, Nut serts and locktite..the holes are to clear the windage tray studs.



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    Bullet is back in the chamber, just awaiting the arrival of my new Flow Kooler water pump to finish buttoning it all up.
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    Bullet is back in the chamber, just awaiting the arrival of my new Flow Kooler water pump to finish buttoning it all up.
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