That brings me back to my brother. He was a radio man on sub chaser airplanes in the Navy. The first plane he served on was an old WWII twin engine bomber that came out right at the end of the war and never saw combat. But the Navy converted them to sonar/sub chasers. The original engines were big radials, again two of them. But the planes were also semi eaves dropping electronic spy planes. This was 1959-1962. Because of all the additional equipment they used twin jet engines retrofitted to the planes. At the time (and I think since) they were the only military planes with two radial and two jets engines. The nick name for the planes was--"TWO TURNIN'-TWO BURNIN' ". Your turn and burn brought that popping back. I always thought that "Two Turnin'--Two Burnin' " was neat nick name. Maybe I'll adopt that for my Gasser and do it in my Brothers name. I thank you for a great idea.
I spent the day pulling the engine back out and got the hair up my butt to modify the MOON front cover and attach the Hilborn pump.
It is just attached to the cover and not working in any way. I'm going to pass the return regulator bypass fuel back to the tank through it. I think it'll throw a real interesting curve at those that know what it is. This also steers me down the path of no front water pump. WHICH, also starts me looking at the radiator in the trunk closer. See how I get myself in trouble. I do one thing that forces me to do another. I'mmm a badddd boy!!!!! Mark L
OK I'm thinking of taking off the tunnel ram and putting on an air gap and 750 cfm carb. Kinda torn between the "Cool factor " and the drivability. The carbs I have now are 390 cfm Holley's and it seems to be running a bit rich and still needs some tuning. Just think the single would be simpler and might perform better on the street. What would you do?