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351C ram air
#1
Hi,

What parts do you need for a Ram air installation when you have nothing at all ?

Somebody experience with Dynacorn and what to add for a fully working system?
http://www.ohiomustang.com/store/order_p...temid=2074

Thanks,
Eddy
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#2
eddyw;163586 Wrote:Hi,

What parts do you need for a Ram air installation when you have nothing at all ?

Somebody experience with Dynacorn and what to add for a fully working system?
http://www.ohiomustang.com/store/order_p...temid=2074

Thanks,
Eddy
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All my car had was the NASA hood. I bought that kit from Don at OMS, and it had everything needed to make it work.
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#3
Some advice please:

Have somebody a vacuum schematic for a 1973 ram-air system ?

What's missing in this set from Don for a working ram-air system? (Bi-metal sensor, other things ... )

Thanks,
Eddy
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#4
eddyw;163819 Wrote:Some advice please:

Have somebody a vacuum schematic for a 1973 ram-air system ?

What's missing in this set from Don for a working ram-air system? (Bi-metal sensor, other things ... )

Thanks,
Eddy

Hope this helps, I take pics of my set up if that helps. (I think it's right LOL)
   

You'll need this sensor if you don't already have one.

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That's all I can think of. By the way unless you have the stock intake or a low profile aftermarket one like an Edelbrock Performer all your effort may be for nothing, if you have a higher intake you won't be able to close the hood.

Jim

Jim

M code 71 Mach 1, 351 4V Cleveland, Ram Air (not factory), C6 Trans, 3.5 rear
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#5
I'm gone use this setup:
-Edelbrock intake manifold"performer-4V"
-1" spacer
-Carb.Holley Street avenger 4V-670CFM




Jim and Jutta;163822 Wrote:
eddyw;163819 Wrote:Some advice please:

Have somebody a vacuum schematic for a 1973 ram-air system ?

What's missing in this set from Don for a working ram-air system? (Bi-metal sensor, other things ... )

Thanks,
Eddy

Hope this helps, I take pics of my set up if that helps. (I think it's right LOL)


You'll need this sensor if you don't already have one.


That's all I can think of. By the way unless you have the stock intake or a low profile aftermarket one like an Edelbrock Performer all your effort may be for nothing, if you have a higher intake you won't be able to close the hood.

Jim
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#6
eddyw;163828 Wrote:I'm gone use this setup:
-Edelbrock intake manifold"performer-4V"
-1" spacer
-Carb.Holley Street avenger 4V-670CFM




Jim and Jutta;163822 Wrote:
eddyw;163819 Wrote:Some advice please:

Have somebody a vacuum schematic for a 1973 ram-air system ?

What's missing in this set from Don for a working ram-air system? (Bi-metal sensor, other things ... )

Thanks,
Eddy

Hope this helps, I take pics of my set up if that helps. (I think it's right LOL)


You'll need this sensor if you don't already have one.


That's all I can think of. By the way unless you have the stock intake or a low profile aftermarket one like an Edelbrock Performer all your effort may be for nothing, if you have a higher intake you won't be able to close the hood.

Jim

You "may" have to remove the spacer to get the clearance you need.

Jim

M code 71 Mach 1, 351 4V Cleveland, Ram Air (not factory), C6 Trans, 3.5 rear
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#7
Thanks Jim for reply.

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quote=Jim and Jutta;163845]
eddyw;163828 Wrote:I'm gone use this setup:
-Edelbrock intake manifold"performer-4V"
-1" spacer
-Carb.Holley Street avenger 4V-670CFM




Jim and Jutta;163822 Wrote:Hope this helps, I take pics of my set up if that helps. (I think it's right LOL)


You'll need this sensor if you don't already have one.


That's all I can think of. By the way unless you have the stock intake or a low profile aftermarket one like an Edelbrock Performer all your effort may be for nothing, if you have a higher intake you won't be able to close the hood.

Jim

You "may" have to remove the spacer to get the clearance you need.
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#8
You only need the bi-metal vac sensor if you want the snorkle door to switch to heat riser tube opening for cold weather start ups

Ohio Mustang Supply
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#9
Here is the Mustang Monthly article on installation...

http://www.mustangmonthly.com/techarticl...3_mustang/

1972 H-code Mach1
2010 GT Premium
2015 Hyundai Sonata Sport 2.0T
1995 F150- The "home depot" machine
2012 Harley Davidson Road Glide Ultra
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#10
Does anybody have a source for the vacuum actuators? Mine came with the "hood side" (plenum, ducts, flappers, and actuators), which are all fine. Well, I have no idea if the flapper actuators work or not.

All I need to have mine back together is the air cleaner base, seal, vac lines, vac port for the engine, and new actuators. I see that OMS's '71-'73 Ram Air, Air Cleaner Base (P/N: 3641QX) has an actuator on it... meaning that I would still need 2 more for the flappers.

Otherwise, I'll just block the air horn on the air cleaner base and have full-time Ram Air... along with cleaning up the existing actuators (working or not) and running the vac lines so it at least 'looks' proper. Wink

Whaddaya say, Don? Are there any actuators to be had? Huh

Eric

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