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bcal
900RPM



Joined: 04 Feb 2021
Posts: 948
Location: The Shire, Sydney

Posted: Tue Aug 24, 2020 4:45 pm    Post subject:

Looks like a good fit except for the turbo Shane.
Is there somewhere else you could mount it?
Maybe you could bias the engine to the left a few inches.
I look forward to seeing it on the road.
Keep up the good work.
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Brootal
1000RPM



Joined: 11 Jun 2021
Posts: 1336
Location: Sydney, Australia

Posted: Wed Aug 25, 2020 3:02 pm    Post subject: Re: Rotor Hot Rod

Mr HOT ROD wrote:
... i've also got my own wacky creation up in my head!

A 1973-74 Datsun 120Y coupe hatchback with a rear mounted twin turbo 350 chev! It'll cost a shit load and will be hard to build, but I don't care.

Mr HOT ROD

PS: Also it's copyrighted so don't no one be stealin my idea!


I don't think there'll be any problem with that mate.

The Chev is looking good. Can't wait to hear the reactions you get when it's on the road.
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spoolin_20B
Just Idling



Joined: 21 Mar 2021
Posts: 185
Location: S.A the closet rodder state

Posted: Wed Aug 25, 2020 5:14 pm    Post subject:

bcal wrote:
Looks like a good fit except for the turbo Shane.
Is there somewhere else you could mount it?
Maybe you could bias the engine to the left a few inches.
I look forward to seeing it on the road.
Keep up the good work.

i thought of that but that would cause the exh to foul on the steering, the turbo should be ok there it just helps to keep it cool
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ripper
Cruisin



Joined: 12 Jun 2021
Posts: 304
Location: West Aust.

Posted: Thu Aug 26, 2020 9:13 am    Post subject:

Spooling - great pics Spooling...great to see it progressing at a good rate. Course it ain't a decent rod until we see a photo of the "Rod Rider(TM)" in the passenger seat. List that amongst your goals mate haha

Mr Hot Rod - twin turbo-ed 350? You have my full & undivided attention. Been pining for such a motor for eons! Hoping to eventually put one in my 47/54 Chev pickup...

I'm moving camp & in a new job, however luck of luck the new job has a nice lathe (which I hope learn how to use & an excellent pipe bender which I can use & will when I get the time...
Glad to see the turbos moving into hot rod world more & more.
Oh & MrHR, you'll be pleased to know that fellow with the twin 460 powered custom roadster over here in WA is making slow but good progress too. I think it's the body which'll take him the most time...plus he's finally seen good light & going to build a hot rod.
A T bucket with a nice n fat 460 in it, but with a VW Kombi front end.
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