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Discussion in 'Engine and Drivetrain/Mechanical' started by Fast68back, Aug 6, 2008.

  1. Fast68back

    Fast68back Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

    Please provide a nice sideview (front and rear pictures as well if you want) of your car as well as the following information. This is so others can see what works and what doesnt (and you get to show off your ride!).

    Brand and model of wheels-
    Front wheel Size and backspace-
    Front tire brand and size-
    Rear wheel Size and backspace-
    Rear tire brand and size-
    Front springs-
    Rear Springs-
    Misc (Provide details of your setup, lowering blocks, Arning drop, etc)-
     
  2. bravenrace

    bravenrace Member

    Wheels - Cragar S/S 1 Piece Aluminum, 15x7, 4.25" BS.
    Tires - BFG T/A's, 215/60-15 in the front and 245/60-15 in the rear
    Front Springs - Maier Racing 720's, cut to fit
    Rear Springs - 5 leaf 180 lb/in mid-eye, but I had to make longer shackles to achieve this ride height. Will be replaced soon.
    Koni Shocks
    Shelby upper control arm mod
     

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  3. mrgem

    mrgem Member

    620 Minus 1 front springs w/shelby drop and Global West adjustable strut rods, Dr. Gas eccentric adjustable (vario centric) LCA mounts and 1-inch sway bar.
    15x7 repro styled steel wheels w/3.825 backspace sporting Nitto 225x50 tires.
    Mid eye HD rear leaf.
     

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  4. Post a picture of your ride.

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    1967 fastback lowered 2" front and 2.5" rear
    Front 18x8 4.5" bs
    Tires 245/35/18 Michelin
    Suspension Mustang 2

    Rear 18x11 5" bs
    Tires 315/30/18 Michelin
    Suspension Tcp Glink and rear narrowed 4"
     
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  5. Tulah007

    Tulah007 New Member

    My 1967 .
    Underwent a full restoration

    AOD
    347 Stroker
    scat crank 4130
    H beam Rods
    Dish top pitons
    Roller cam
    Cobra heads
    Scorpion roller rockers
    Edelbrock intake & carb
    MSD distributor
    MSD 6al Ignition box
    Unisteer Rack and Pinion
    Cobra 4 wheel disc brakes
    New wiring harness
    Dakota digital vhx gauges
    Open tracker roller spring perches
    9" rear with posi and 355 gear ratio
    17"x7 American Racing Torque Thrust wheels
    All new interior with TMI sport interior
    Fog lights
    Power top
    Vintage styled newer radio


    I will be installing a SoT coilover conversion with Baer Tracker bump steer tie rod ends next week.
     

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  6. RapidRabbit

    RapidRabbit Well-Known Member

    Beautiful vert. Looks awesome.

    Sent from my XT1058 using Tapatalk
     
  7. B67FSTB

    B67FSTB The NorCal dude from Belgium

    Is your AOD special regarding it sits behind a stroker ??
    I am building a AOD with more clutches then stock but have no idea off which stall converter to choose from nor which trans valve to choose.
     
  8. Grabber70Mach

    Grabber70Mach Well-Known Member

    I'd I remember correctly you want the A servo for an AOD, the stall converter is usually determined by the RPM range of the cam.

    Lots of good info here:

    http://4r70w.info/tech.htm

    and here:

    http://www.clickclickracing.com/forums/forum.php
     
    Last edited: May 1, 2017
  9. Tulah007

    Tulah007 New Member

    My aod is fairly simple. I added a max performance clutch kit and a 2800 stall.
    I'm mostly cruising along at low speed
    but if a go pedal to the metal the transmission shifts nicely without no big kick and it's nice to cruise at 65mph while the rpm hovers around 1500.

    I've had a c4 with a 2500 stall but I wasn't getting a good take off and the high rpm"s at highway speed along with the magnaflow exhaust was making my vertigo act up.
    The exhaust is still loud but now at 65 on the 101 frwy you can hear the radio or even have a conversation with your passenger.
     
  10. B67FSTB

    B67FSTB The NorCal dude from Belgium

    My AOD project is on hold for a long while now but I do remember I built in the wide ratio gears from the 4R70W trans.
    It has all the good stuff as far as I remember. A servo , 2 inch band ect ect.
    Can't tell more because I have to look up again. Old dog here.
     

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