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  1. melemans
    10-05-2014 08:31 PM
    Exact tire and wheel size I'm considering on the rear. Do you think 15x7 with P205x15 or P215x15 will work on the front? I am going with Inline Tube front disc setup. Are your wheels original or aftermarket? Thanks for the info.
  2. geeteeohguy
    10-04-2014 03:57 PM
    They are 15x7 on the rear with 235/70/15's and 14x6 on front with 225/70/14's. They ride nice and fill the wheel wells nicely, too.
  3. melemans
    10-02-2014 09:57 PM
    I like the look of the rally 1's on your car and am thinking about putting a set of 15 x 7's on my 64. What size/width are the set on your car? Thanks for any advise you can give.
  4. Tpower66
    08-22-2014 12:53 PM
    You answered a post 428 vs 455 2-21-14. You got into your 65 66 389. I have a stock 65 ws 389 with 093 heads and 068 cam. 3.36 gears and 4speed TP in my 66 gto. What can I do to speed it up in 1/8th mile. Will 3.55 gears help.---thanks
  5. geeteeohguy
    02-14-2014 11:42 AM
    Depends on the cam, and what you determine 'street strip' to be. My old Sig Erson Hi Flow I in the '65 pulls about 14". The car is a 4 speed with manual brakes, so it works well. It would be terrible in an automatic trans car, though.
  6. 1966geeto
    02-12-2014 05:20 PM
    running a street strip cam it's been years since I built a v8 but vacuum should be 16 at idle ?
  7. the70OOJudge
    03-14-2011 01:55 AM
    Thanks , Thats what I was thinking of doing... Now to get the wire schematics out :>).. I hear you on the vert.. I would hate to have a top cut also
  8. the70OOJudge
    02-03-2011 12:56 PM
    Just looking into putting a ign kill switch in my 70, after all these years.. Did you use a two way toggle switch? and what wire is best to tap into?
  9. geeteeohguy
    08-29-2010 11:09 AM
    Thanks, Pete. The gauges were not powered up until yesterday. The pink wire had been cut and diverted to the SW aftermarket gauge. I only had power to the gauges for a few seconds, and when I removed power, the needles swung back to the left a bit (no longer pegged). I guess the gauges could be bad or out of calibration....the sending unit and wiring appear ok. Thanks again for your help. I just may get around to yanking the guage and shipping it!
  10. Peter Serio
    08-28-2010 09:10 PM
    Peter Serio
    AT this point both gauges are most likely bad, it is very hard on a gauge to leave it "pegged." If you could remove your 4th pod & send it to me (the whole pod) I would be happy to test them for you. Gauges need to be wired to a sender, espically the oil pressure gauge. If not it tries to go beyond full scale,, this puts the gauge into a bind and can throw the calibration off. I have repair and/or replacement parts to fix any gauge out of any year GTO.


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    '67 GTO convertible, automatic trans, '65 GTO Hardtop 3x2 4 speed
    Fresno, California
    Restoring antique vehicles, hunting/fishing/outdoors activities, American History
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