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  • About SI67
    Full Name
    Steve Inselberg
    Location
    Sunnyvale CA
    Your Zip Code
    94086
    Occupation
    Aerospace Engineer
    Year & Model
    1967 327/300 Coupe, PG, A/C
    Color
    Lynndale Blue
    Mods
    Pertronix breakerless ignition
    Holley 3367 Carburetor (stock replacement for 1966)
    TRW fiberglass rear spring
    F41 front springs
    9.25:1 pistons (approximately)
    Added OEM shoulder belts and repro headrests
    A/C converted to R134
    Biography
    My first 'vette was a '63 coupe about six inches long--Remember Motorific by Ideal?
    I've owned the '67 since 1984.
    Country of Residence
    US

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  • Last Activity: Today 08:40 AM
  • Member Since: 04-14-2006

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  1. irwiny
    03-16-2015 12:59 PM
    I would normally wipe it down after my short cruise before adding the shield. Just added one bottle each of sealer/freon and normal w/dye yesterday. Nice and cold 50 degrees at high fan speed at 75 degrees outside.
  2. irwiny
    03-16-2015 12:39 PM
    Hello, for some reason I see your reply but it's not seen on my forum post regarding AC belt issue I'm having.

    Does your pulley shield hit your hood? Mine does, at the forward right corner

    I'm okay with regards to the clearance. When I checked to images of my car, before the major updates the A6 was missing. Also the last guy put a BB hood that may be giving me more clearance. I will check tonight regarding the clearance. My shield was from Ecklers
    If you got chance, I would greatly appreciate some pictures of your AC belt alignment with the water pump and any brand / marking of the belt. I really think my A6 is a little forward and the belt is bit too wide. I don't see any adjustments for the offset, but I read the work sheets and there was something regarding some mod for the headers. Irwin
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