A couple of months ago, I posted, Got passed by an Amish buggy and asked for some assistance with a power problem I was having with my 24 Coupe.
Well, after installing a reground cam from Chaffin's, the engine came alive and without any other changes, now can pass a buggy with ease.
We just completed several days in Ohio around Sugar Creek, the first real test of this new set up. I am very impressed with this re-ground cam and at about 30% the cost of a new 280 cam, I am now very happy.
My thanks to everyone who made suggestions. Once I get the Ruckstell rebuilt and installed, this car will be complete.
Damn, should have been passed. Sorry!
You passed an Amish buggy? When did you eat it?
Was it still black when you passed it. Darn it, I want to say something about it being black and interject something to do with blood and stool but haven't got the ability to tie it all together.
Mike - It is best if you be quiet for now!
I know. Wait till you get wind of the next one. Oh man. I think it's because of these headaches. Yah, that's it, headaches. That's my story!
It depends upon where the wind comes from!
My turn to be quiet!
Was the horse still attached? Horse was the appetizer, then entre, and then the wagon?
Horse as an entre? That'd be the sh_ts.
They have one horse power and you have twenty and you need a new cam to get past it, I think you have a bigger problem even through the last one I rode had a race horse in front and it was fast.
Think a minute. If the horse is the appetizer, what is the entre?
Must be something in the water.