Distributor Cap Quality

Distributor Cap Quality suggests it’s best to check your “as machined” New Distributor Cap and Rotor assembly to insure it will function properly and maintain your vintage car reliability.  Vector files for this first installment of the information are: DistributorCapRotorGapMeasurement (doc) DistributorCapRotorGapMeasurement (pdf) Content of the above files is as follows: Distributor Cap Quality Distributor Cap Quality Read More …

Hydraulic Throwout Bearing Retrofit

Hydraulic Throwout Bearing Retrofit is one way to get the clutch pedal effort reduced & improve your chances at driving your standard shift Mopar. Part 1 in the series discusses “overview” and is presented in the following vector file: HydraulicThrowOutBearingInstallation (doc) HydraulicThrowOutBearingInstallation (pdf) Contents of the file is as follows: Hydraulic Throwout Bearing Retrofit Part 1 – Read More …

Sticking Heat Riser

A sticking heat riser can effect acceleration. Notice there is a connection between your intake manifold and exhaust manifold on most stock/original Plymouth or Dodge early sixes. Located in the exhaust manifold just below that connection is a heat riser that provides a heat source for warming up the intake manifold. A butterfly valve that Read More …