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  • Oops, almost forgot: Distributor turns clockwise.
    JOEOILER@AOL.COM Jun 4, 2003
  • In a message dated 6/4/03 10:19:22 PM Central Daylight Time, matthewschram@^$1 writes: matthewschram@^$2 Matthew, Here's the info; please note that the Cadillac's cylinder numbering as well as firing order are different from other GM products. Firing order: 1-5-6-3-4-2-7-8 Diver's side cylinder numbering: 2-4-6-8 front to back Passenger's side: 1-3-5-7 front to back In a 1976 500...
    JOEOILER@AOL.COM Jun 4, 2003
  • Dave, Very nice post. Thanks for sharing your insight. Joe
    Joe Oiler <JOEOILER@AOL.COM> Dec 30, 2002
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  • Trevor, Seems like I've seen some Caddy stuff in your area. I'll check again. Also, try posting here: http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Pit/9364/archive/index.htm
    Joe Oiler Sep 20, 2002
  • --- In Cadillac_Performance_Association@^$1.., "rfb92345" wrote: > Where's the weekly chat at. This is the second week I've tried, but > got nowhere. People were having trouble with the chat that is connected with this board, me included. We've been starting a Yahoo chat room thru the main Yahoo chat site. I started one tonight but nobody found it. We had a good session last week...
    Joe Oiler Sep 15, 2002
  • Theo, I posted your question on the MTS Message Board. We use this Yahoo site mostly for archiving posts on that board and to post pictures. Go to "Links" and click on the MTS link.
    tremorj10 Aug 31, 2002
  • Thanks to MTS for this head Q&A: Q: : Is the 950 head the only one without : the smog rail? A: It's the ony small chamber head w/o rail Q: : Is the Eldo the only car that has 950 : heads? A: No- the heads can be found on 472's of 70 vintage also. However just because it's a 70 does not mean it will have 950 castings. 250's were used also. Q: : Does the presence of a smog rail mean...
    tremorj10 Aug 31, 2002
  • Thanks to MTS for this cam Q&A: Q: : I'm trying to decide what cam to use : between the #10 and the #15 series : for my daily driven 67 Camaro with : a 500. I'd like to be able to run : low 12's to high 11's and still be : able to drive around town. Could : anyone give me their opinion on : which would be better A:As a general rule of thumb, cams with over 230 duration @^$1 (MT15...
    tremorj10 Aug 31, 2002
  • Thanks to Smith29 for this distributor Q&A: --Previous Message-- : Do any of you guys use advance curve : kits? If so what kind of : configurations do you use and do : these kits really do anything? I : got the kit with the red blue and : white springs but havent installed : it yet. Whats the best combo to : use? : xxxx The trick is to see if you get the full advance by opening the...
    tremorj10 Aug 31, 2002
  • Thanks to Terry for this info: I used a piloted end mill in a drill to shorten the guides .125" and measured the spring installed height by assembling each valve with its retainer and keepers but without the spring.I used a dial caliper- if you position it just right,you can measure every valve spring location. I used generic 11/32 umbrella type seals from a local auto supply.They...
    tremorj10 Aug 31, 2002