Sorry havn't got back with you but its been exciting
around here...Storm blew 100 year old tree on dwelling
and everything kind of damaged. Right now trying to
keep all the rain out :-)
Not really in a position at this time to buy the
pacesetter, Henry is going to work on his setup again
when time allows, but for now, spitty is on the way
back burner in terms of importance of things to do.
Wlll let you know later and thanks!
--- Joe Curry <spitlist@COX.NET> wrote:
> I have a Pacesetter header that I took off Tiny Tim
> when I changed to
> the Honda Engine. Is it worth 50 bucks plus
> shipping to you? Just
> needs some high temp paint and it's ready to
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com
> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of
> Henry Stike
> Sent: Wednesday, June 02, 2004 3:11 AM
> To: Spitfire Mailing List
> Subject: Exhaust manifold
> Have been working on exhaust for "Christine", 79
> spit,with no luck in trying to weld crack.Then tried
> to repair a set of Pacesetter headers that were cut
> off for a try at a 4-2-1 conversion. Got them sealed
> with another collector, jacked engine up to install
> them, and now the back two cyl are barely
> running....Humm, must be too much back pressure
> somewhere....wonder if anybody else has had this
> problem with pacesetter headers. All sparky ok, was
> running good, single 150 carb, 140 lbs compression.
> Wish we knew a lot more about headers.. Guess the
> step is to find another non-cracked 79 header,the
> glob of metal with cat conv..
> Suspect that pipes are not long enough before
> homemade collector causing too much backpressure. Oh
> well, might get out the mig welder and saws all and
> try something else..
> Hope everyone is having a good holiday...
> Donald & Henry Stike
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