My 1972 Plymouth duster

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    • Korie Creson
      Korie Creson

      Vitamin c orange ?

      about 1 month ago
    • Project Matt
      Project Matt

      What's the casting number on the heads? How much are they cut? Comp ratio? I'm working on the same setup, motorhome 440, mp .557 cam, and was gonna run 915 heads...did you have to flycut or backcut your guides?

      about 4 months ago
    • sublimeracer
      sublimeracer

      Nice Duster, sounds good!!!

      about 1 year ago
    • vanleer69
      vanleer69

      Sounds and looks great, somewhere in America a Prius just died!

      about 2 years ago
    • Frigglebiscuit
      Frigglebiscuit

      i live about 60 miles south of you. i have a 70 dart with a 400 and a 4 speed. good to know mopar people are near me. no one here does any hotrodding, and if they do, its generic small block chevy stuff.

      about 2 years ago
    • Frigglebiscuit
      Frigglebiscuit In reply to Frigglebiscuit

      Im not wanting too much power lol. Just something with decent mpg and about 430 whp.

      about 2 years ago
    • ScoopDaddy488
      ScoopDaddy488 In reply to Frigglebiscuit

      I would build a gen 3 hemi myself. You will have a lot more power potential. I've thought about putting a gen 3 426 stroker in mine. I have some big long term decisions to make. With the set I want to run down the road I am going to have to buy an aftermarket block to sleep at night, as I will be a the limits of the block. Rob Goss x275 car used stock 6.1 hemi blocks that handled over 2000hp and used them for several seasons before he had block failures. A Chrysler stock big block even with stud girdle is in no man's land around 700hp and that's the ball park I will be in on motor and I want the ability to be able to spray it too.

      about 2 years ago
    • Frigglebiscuit
      Frigglebiscuit In reply to Frigglebiscuit

      +ScoopDaddy488 thats gonna be awesome. Decided to put a turbo 360 in my dart instead. Tired of trying to make things fit my big block.

      about 2 years ago
    • ScoopDaddy488
      ScoopDaddy488 In reply to Frigglebiscuit

      Yeah, I am in the process of relocating the leaf springs, mini tub, Ā installing cal tracs, and changing my rims to a deeper offset to tuck them up under better with some 325/50-15 mickey Thompson et streets, and putting 4.10s with a Detroit locker in it. I start this weekend.

      about 2 years ago
    • Jose Eduardo
      Jose Eduardo

      Me encanta este carro.

      about 2 years ago
    • jojo DaCosta
      jojo DaCosta In reply to Jose Eduardo

      +phuc ewe seeka dacaca to you too!

      about 2 months ago
    • phuc ewe
      phuc ewe In reply to Jose Eduardo

      +jojo DaCosta
      si.

      about 2 months ago
    • jojo DaCosta
      jojo DaCosta In reply to Jose Eduardo

      Has I.C.E. picked you up yet?

      about 4 months ago
    • Andrew Samy
      Andrew Samy

      That's the sound of freedom right there kids

      about 2 years ago
    • JJ Holder
      JJ Holder

      what kind of headers do you run? im wanting to do this with my '70 duster

      about 3 years ago
    • ScoopDaddy488
      ScoopDaddy488 In reply to JJ Holder

      +JJ Holder Its nothing special, just a 440 with .550 lift hydraulic cam, and has a little head work on the iron heads. It's a motorhome 440 with a cast crank. I am either going to stroke it or buy a set of forged pistons and rods for a forged crank I have lying around and slap on a set of the new trick flow heads. It needs gears and suspension work more than anything.

      about 2 years ago
    • JJ Holder
      JJ Holder In reply to JJ Holder

      How's the 440 built

      about 2 years ago
    • ScoopDaddy488
      ScoopDaddy488 In reply to JJ Holder

      TTI

      about 2 years ago
    • Vince
      Vince

      Beautiful car! Sounds awesome. It's just me, but I think narrower wheels with the same tires would look better. 15x8's & 15x5's maybe. Dusters are so cool, was it tough getting the 440 in there? I'm thinking about going big block in my 69 Dart.

      about 4 years ago
    • James 3rd
      James 3rd In reply to Vince

      +Korie Creson šŸ‘

      about 1 month ago
    • Korie Creson
      Korie Creson In reply to Vince

      +James 3rd im getting closer.

      about 1 month ago
    • James 3rd
      James 3rd In reply to Vince

      +Korie Creson That's cool man, still looking forward to you uploading a video. The plans for the 67 dart changed about a year ago. Dad sold the 440/727 and is going keep the original slant 6.

      about 1 month ago
    • Korie Creson
      Korie Creson In reply to Vince

      +James 3rd you probably figured this out already but Schumacher headers are 1 5/8 so if your running over 400hp which is all too easy it will be choked at hi rpm. But good for a street car that doesn't need to breath hard. If you run a b engine the hedman 1 3/4 b-body standard headers will work massaged. Even tti headers need massaging to fit into an a-body. Same design 600.00 dollars cheaper

      about 1 month ago
    • Korie Creson
      Korie Creson In reply to Vince

      +James 3rd I just bought some 2 inch primary hooker super comp fenderwell headers but I have a factory /6 car so I'm not cutting up a bigger dollar car

      about 1 month ago
    • eternalhalloween1
      eternalhalloween1

      If 1972 ever comes back, I'm getting this car!

      about 4 years ago
    • Keaos0
      Keaos0 In reply to eternalhalloween1

      In 1972 it was actually affordable.

      about 5 months ago
    • BGE 541
      BGE 541

      You have the 5"x4" lug pattern on those Welds?

      about 4 years ago
    • ScoopDaddy488
      ScoopDaddy488 In reply to BGE 541

      No 5 x 4 1/2

      about 4 years ago