Recently I ordered a pair of new 1.08″ diameter torsion bars from Sway-A-Way for my ’73 Dodge Dart. These are to replace the current 1″ diameter torsion bars from Just Suspension. The 1″ bars are [more … ]
Below you’ll find a chart with 1960’s factory torqueconvertor stall speeds in relation to engine size.
The following ignition tables allegedly show the factory ignition advance table at ‘closed loop’ and at ‘Wide Open Throttle’ for a 2006 5.7L Hemi.
The following valve lash/preload adjustment chart is based on the original Mopar Performance valve adjustment chart as found in the Mopar Performance Enginebuild manual(s). Hydraulic camshafts, when used with adjustable rockers, require ‘Preload’. Usually measured [more … ]
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Found myself an A500 / 42RH overdrive Transmission from a fellow Mopar guy recently. I’ve been wanting a ‘lighter (internal) weight’ transmission for a number of years now and since they’re not really common overhere [more … ]
Personal note; Above table is based on roughly 30 year old information, which was considered on par with the times. But, in my opinion, these days, normal “modern day” streethandling make torsion bar rates of [more … ]
When using modern radial tires on the rear wheel drive ’50/’60/’70’s Mopars, front wheel alignment can/should/needs to be adjusted for more and better steering response and overal safer handling of the car. The following chart [more … ]
CAR LIFE 1961 Chrysler 300-G ROAD TEST, August 1961 Chrysler “300” series cars have, from their beginnings even years ago, been truly outstanding machine for a very special type of ownership. The 300-G for 1961 [more … ]
Mopar Factory camshafts in LA small block engines.
Mopar Distributor identification guide by measuring shaft length, measured from mounting surface to lower end of distributor shaft. Mopar LA engine – 3.875” Mopar B engine – 3.5″ Mopar RB engine – 4″ – Chrysler [more … ]