Those colors would make for a very clean looking setup !General color scheme will be gloss black for block and heads, gloss gray for oil pan, brackets, mounts, gray headers and aluminum intake and timing cover.
I have the same here, except I think it's a 3.88 ratio. I bought Amoil 75w90 and their Slip Lock friction modifier. I always thought I had a 3.7 ratio, but I see the numbers 935 on the ring gear now that I have it open.- Ford 9 in trac-lok , 3:70 gearing, Moser 28s axles
- in these I prefer a good quality 75-90 with the Ford friction modifier.
I agree with you. I had taken a light sanding drum at 45 degree angle to ensure that top edge had a chamfer. I may go back and polish that edge a bit more.I'm probably the only one that worries about when the rings going in and where they meet that edge created by the cylinder and deck. If you look at it under magnification, it looks like it could leave some fairly good scratches in the rings. So that's why I polished that edge before installing the rings.
Lol I liked it too! Its just a self-etching primer but its a pretty cool color.Stop right there, I love the color
Lol yes. Pretty much everything gets refurbished.Dang, I thought this was just an engine build. But it's just short of a frame off restoration !