Here's the highly modified 300 Ford Inline 6 cylinder that my Dad (Jim Coon) runs in his Vintage Stock Class Stock Car. This is possible the winningest Stock Class motor in the Midwest. If you'd like info on it and or would like to talk to him about just send me a message and we'll help you all we can.
Ford 300, cam
my nephew's 72 F100, a 300 winding up to 5200rpm built with S.B.Chevy
valves, Comp roller rockers, Comp 268 cam, Ross forged pistons 9.5:1 cr,
MSD 6a, MSD blaster II, Headman header, OFFY C intake, Edelbrock 500 carb,
and coupled to a C6 trans. Exhaust
leaves the header to dual 2.25 inch with Flowmaster Series 50s. We took out
the original 360 V8 for this beast.
inline 6 cylinder
Rotating an inline-six by hand to show how smooth and well balanced these
Something tells me not everyone will appreciate this, but for you
engineering types, this is the beauty of an inline-six. I personally love
how the pistons are like a wave emitting from the center, like throwing a
stone into the middle of a still pond...
Engine in question:
1986 BMW 325e
310,000+ miles on the engine
However, I suspect it has been rebuilt once, but I don't have the
records... you can still see honing marks in the cylinders. I've driven it
for 60,000 miles up to this point.
Oh, also the song playing in the background is Fischerspooner - Never Win.
Daft Punk - Digital Love is coming in when the video ends.
Just thought since the music is so prominent someone might be curious...
Hot Rod 292 six cylinder
This engine was a collaboration between my dad and his cousin. It's a 292,
.030 over. It's been balanced. It's got JE forged pistons that puts it at
about 10.5:1 compression. It has an Engle cam with 231 @ .050 duration and
.565 lift. The head is a lump port head by Self with Ferrea 1.94/1.6
valves, K-Motion springs, Bill Smith pushrods, and Harland Sharp 1.75
roller rockers. The oil pan is a Hamburger aluminum pan, and the timing
cover is a Frank pattern finned aluminum unit, and it has a custom made ATI
Super Dampner and aluminum Fidenza flywheel. The intake manifold is a
Clifford 4 barrel, with a 2" Super Sucker and currently has a Holley 750
carb on it., This is going in a '37 Ford pickup with a Richmond 5 speed
Ford Falcon 200 six cylinder engine build
Thanks for all the encouraging comments! If you'd like to keep up with the
1963 Ford Falcon Wagon build, check out all the stories here:
http://www.MyRideisMe.com builds a six cylinder Ford engine, step by step.
With guidance from my pops, a retired Ford mechanic, he shows me how, then
I give it my best shot, not always successful the first time, I hope
everyone interested in building their own engine can learn a little
Vintage Hot Rod Straight 6 [S3 Ep.11-1]
Everybody knows that the engine is a central key component to ANY Hot Rod
project. But is a V8 the only way to go? NO WAY!! Stacey shows you why. He
takes a vintage straight six engine that has been sleeping in a crate for
almost 40 years and he puts on the right pieces. He shows you why the
straight six was a force to be reckoned with in the early days of hot
rodding. After that, Stacey jumps into the tips and tricks of how to paint
your own true Kandy paint job. If you are into vintage Hot Rods, Kandy
paint, and multi-carbs? You don't need to go on a diet... you just need to
Ford F100, 300, new lopey cam
Just put in the new cam last week. Sounds pretty lopey for a 6. It's a
274* adv duration, and .518"lift with the GM 292 rockers(.474 with stock
300 rockers). Power range is great after 2k rpm, and I only paid $135 for
the cam and lifters. Oregon Cam Grinding part #1268. 224* at .050" lift,
and 110* lobe separation.