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1976 Blue-Green L-82 4-sp

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  • About resdoggie
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    Some days your the dog and some days your the hydrant.
    Year & Model
    '76 L-82
    blue-green over blue-green
    355 CI, 10.6:1 SCR, 8.3:1 DCR, B-W M-21, 4.11 rear, 750 Holley DP Street HP, AFR 195's, K-B domed pistons w/ .5 cc dome volume, Center Force DFX clutch/PP and billet steel flywheel, Howard's Cams retro HR, .560"/.560", 280* duration, Weiand Team G SP intake, Stewart Stage II WP, 180* thermostat, Mal
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    355 cid, 357 rwhp, 10.7:1 SCR, 8.3 DCR, B-W M-21, 4.11, Center Force billet steel 36# flywheel and DFX clutch/PP, 750 Holley DP Street HP, AFR 195's 64cc, K-B domed pistons, Howard's Cams 280* retro HR .560"/.560", Howard's lifters/pushrods, Weiand Team G SP intake, Mallory Max Fire dist'r.

    "America, still builds rockets"


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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 08:32 PM
  • Member Since: 03-12-2011


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  1. resdoggie
    06-02-2015 04:14 PM
    The braided fuel line comes off a fuel regulator mounted on the inner fender skirt. I'm using an-6 fittings made by Sniper. The FL then goes to a billet aluminium fuel filter with a 40-micron filter screen. The filter is attached to a custom made machined adapter into the standard Holley dual feed fuel line with a fitting for the guage. The smaller cylindrical fitting just the right of the gauge is the adapter and the larger cylindrical fitting is the fuel filter. I have since purchased a new dual fuel line and eliminated my custom adapter. Hope this helps. If you need anymore info let me know.
  2. UCVette
    06-02-2015 09:40 AM
    Looking at the picture of your motor, I have a question. You have the steel lines connnected to your carb, with the pressure gauge. Does it then connect directly to the fuel filter? I cannot zoom in enough to see.
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