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General Discussion » Original Air Conditioned small block engine compartment » 7/29/2019 3:30 pm

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1973 Dodge Dart Sport, 340ci automatic, with factory A/C. I have the hardware, but I need to see what the lines and hoses look like and the correct way they run. I don't think the setup I have is correct and need to find the correct lines from the condenser to the dryer and low and high-pressure side.  Thank you

General Discussion » Original Air Conditioned small block engine compartment » 7/25/2019 8:54 am

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Car is ready for my air to be installed period correct. Does anyone have pics of an original A/C setup on an A body?

My ride » 73 Dart Sport » 12/27/2014 6:42 pm

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Purchased with my combat pay from thirteen months of hazardous duty pay in Iraq during Iraqi Freedom, This was originally a straight-6 car, but the California powerplant had to be traded out for a 71 340 HP 4bbl. Although the project is ongoing, it is fun to drive and never seems short on people asking me about her.

Parts Wanted » Need a drivers side window regulator for a 73 dodge dart » 8/29/2011 1:53 pm

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Checking to see if I can get one local before we look farther out.  I have lost a bushing and the window will not roll up all the way.  I may need it fixed because someday it will rain... I think.

Repair help » Need more power than the weedeater... » 5/10/2011 12:32 pm

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Got everything put together last night and easily can push 6k on rpm's.  Sounds much stronger will road test this evening if weather holds out.  Thanks

Repair help » Need more power than the weedeater... » 5/09/2011 3:09 pm

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Came to the dyno this weekend and left with my tail between my legs.  True enough that I failed to tune up or do anything above putting the car back together after almost a year of being apart, I had never run on a dyno and since the car was only driven locally in the last 7 years she really had no test to work off of rather than a left ear timing set on old plugs and wires.  Still on the dyno she would not exceed 4100 rpms and spark and mixture fell apart.  Inside story, 5 different types of plugs in the block, old plug wires from many years back, and a distributer that I put together from 4 others I had in a box.  I Guess it is amazing it even made it to HEB from Decatur.  But I really am not afraid to drive it at all.  Go Figure.    Anyway I am getting conflicting answers on the resistance that the plug wires should have on the ohms readout.  All of the wires read between 6.78 and 8.2  which some of the chiltons I have read say is acceptable, however the new ACCEL wires I bought along with plugs cap and rotor yesterday are .1 or less on resistance.  Less is more right?

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