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    Senior Member sbauman2's Avatar
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    Hmmmmmmm

    This is a type of set up I've never seen before. They've taken an 8 port Kinsler injection set up and mounted it to what seems to be some type of an adaptor that gets bolted to a tunnel port manifold for a SOHC motor. Has anybody ever seen this type set up; fuel injection sitting on a regular manifold instead of a blower. I'm also curious about the non stock holes drilled into the intake runners, for nitrous maybe from a prior installation.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-SOHC-4...e596%7Ciid%3A1

    These are photos of a SOHC blower manifold Click image for larger version. 

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    Last edited by sbauman2; 12-06-2019 at 06:20 PM.
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    Nope, never seen anything like it? And I wonder if it ever ran, or if it ran well? Crazy price, but I guess anything for a SOHC is crazy priced.
    Vall

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    I never saw it either. Pretty cool setup. I agree about being pricey.
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    If you ran a Cammer back in the days you had to make up a lot of your own stuff... there was little drag racing equipment made by after market manufacturers for that bad ass engine...motor was for going round & round...I remember an Open Altered running a set up like this
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    Was

    it also a SOHC motor and if you remember, how'd it run.
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    Steve it was many moons ago at Fremont drag strip in Cali. it was about the time PURE HELL was doing the circuit...i remember it was black with a Fiat open body...other than that the rest has faded into father time
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    Pure Hell and Pure Heaven are both still around and still racing! I watched them both make exhibition runs at Eagle Field a few years back. They run nostalgia events now.
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    the way it was...http://www.sohc-shop.com/ check out the gas station pic at the bottom of page
    Lash

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    The guys that run these engines have abyss pockets! I think Ford makes repos of every thing. I know they do of the cross bolt main block, or they did not long ago.
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    Thanks

    for this post Lash; I don't believe I've ever seen more SOHC motors in one article. I can't help but experience a bit of deja vu when looking at this photo reminding me of my days working at a Standard Station. The post mounted cash box with the credit card slider and the S&H Green Stamps dispenser mounted above it, the window cleaner squeeze bottle (pre squeegee days) the service bell hose on the apron, all that stuff. I love how they have a California plate sitting in front of the motor. Even back then I don't believe you could register a vehicle with out head and tail lights but especially a vin number. The only thing I see wrong is the pump they're using in the photo, Click image for larger version. 

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    In those days it was; " Hi, welcome to Standrd Stations may I fill your tank today and would you like your oil, water and tire pressure checked today. All that for $2.05 an hour but then that was in 1968, I was 19, and since it was a Standard Station (corporate owned) and not a Chevron Dealer Station (franchise) or other brand I was earing $.20 an hour more than my buddies working at those other stations. Those were the days.............
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