Spring is in the air. You’re probably more than ready for another season of racing or cruising … but is your hot rod? We’re here to help with your parts questions, tuning problems, and combination conundrums. I’ll answer as many questions in the pages of Pit Stop as space permits. If you have quality digital photos of the car, engine, or part in question (no smaller than 1600×1200 pixels, but larger is always better), we may throw them in as well. When e-mailing, don’t forget to include “Pit Stop” in the subject line, and put your real full name and hometown or military unit, base, or ship in the message body. -Marlan Davis Turbo Slant Six The new turbo engine will have Hilborn fuel-injection, a custom billet Crower crankshaft (one of five made), special aluminum connecting rods, Venolia pistons, an MSD crank-trigger ignition, a Weaver dry-sump oil system, and a copper head gasket. The block has stainless steel O-rings installed and oversized ARP studs. The turbo is from Turbonetics with a Spearco intercooler. Although a serious Chrysler Slant Six may sound slightly offbeat to today’s rodders, this engine actually has quite a performance pedigree dating back to the early ’60s… Read full this story
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