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  • #46
    Originally posted by dodgeboy8 View Post
    The 318 intake will have smaller ports won't really matter but blending to match the 360 heads would help maybe not much but???? I have ran them both ways 360 intake in 318 and 318 on 360 with no real problems.
    Exactly, I was thinking of gasket matching everything and calling it done.

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    • #47
      LOL on the intake I would taper it back about 1" to smooth out the transition. the heads could probably use some gasket matching too!

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      • #48
        If it sat that long dry, the gas tank is probably a real rusty mess. When I got my Magnum it had sat indoors for three or four years and the gas evaporated. I put a new fuel pump, filter, carb and intake on it, filled it up, and it ran good initially. Drove it 600 miles from Iowa to Michigan. A few weeks later it started staving for gas. The fuel filter was completely plugged. The tank and lines were all full of rust.

        I was able to save the lines, but had to have the tank sandblasted and coated in plastic (couldn't find a new one)

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        • #49
          She sat for 16 years. We had it up and going bypassing the tank but unfortunately the car was stolen while we were on vacation a couple weeks ago. Never even got a chance to clean out the tank!

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          • #50
            Gotta go after them horse thieves!!
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            bringin' em back ~ to the Dodge Mahal !!....

            Where old Magnums can find a home.. :angel:

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            • #51
              did you have it fully covered? Find the SOB and shoot them.

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