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Post  DJStang on November 29th 2009, 1:47 pm

"New" to the new site coming over from the "Old" site.

Recently relocated from Maryland to SE Florida and just now getting up and running (moving and packing sucks). I have parts all over the place and still haven't finished unpacking!

Great to see alot of the same people here, and alot of the same informative sharing of BBF info.

So, where are the BBF guys running down in this area? I went out to PBIR (old Moroso track) to watch last night and there were hardly any Fords at all there. Not what I was used to up in MD for sure.

I have some pictures of my BBF cars but can't seem to be able to post them yet.

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Post  Lem Evans on November 29th 2009, 1:51 pm

Cool Long time no hear...wondered where you were .

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Post  69F100 on November 29th 2009, 2:07 pm

Wecome aboard to one of the best bbf site. cheers

The easiest way i have found is with photobucket.com if you have a account with them and if you don't it is free to set up with photobucket just copy and paste. You don't have to use the img thing up top on post a reply just paste from photobucket and hit preview to see if it is right if it like you want hit send. hope this helps on posting pics.

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Post  DJStang on November 29th 2009, 2:31 pm

Yeah, it's been a while Lem! Work moved me to their new office here in Ft. Lauderdale, so I've been busy getting settled in.

I did dyno the 557 at my brothers shop before I left MD. 800HP/740TQ was the best we could get; the camshaft is definately too small. The HP peak was at 6,000 RPMS, and it was within 3-4 HP from 5,800 to 6,500. Charlie's P-51 heads did flow over 400 CFM on my brothers flowbench, so I know the heads flow enough for more. And I broke it in on the dyno with the tunnelram / 2-1050's, so it wasn't choked for air.

Once I get settled-in, finish the few things I need to do to the car, and get some passes on the motor I'll be calling you about a camshaft.

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