Oct 2014
Gain extra benefits by becoming a Supporting Member Click here find out how!
Silver
Gold ***Platinum***
andylee32Boosted54 DOC396 (9)blue56 (12)pistol (13)
Gremlin (3)bobyone4dad (2)PLS (3)55sedanman50Ragtop (6)
MoboMac (3)jrogers885 (3)MrImpalaMan rddaves54 (7)
alexm900 (3)TMURF (8)fightclub 40 Ford (3)my60belair
Wideking Fhunter1 (9)GreatNorthWoods fosterdl (2)
twilliams3 (13)
longboard (6) jel1957 (6)
Rick Dorion (2)Red64SS (4)
khardy (14) idaho (6)
ed72073 (5)
Bowtie Crazy (5)
nauta (9)
cyclops (3)
fonc (2) 57belairman (12)
55sd-delivery (11)
Classic Performance Products Classic Parts
Ciadella Interiors American Auto Wire Art Morrison.com
Exile® Battery Keeper™ 6/12 volt charger w/ LED battery monitor
Low priced Genuine GM Auto PartsEcklers AutoMotive
Hellwig Products IncPerformance Rod & CustomClassic Industries
Impala Bob's Bob's Chevy Trucks Bob's Chevelle Parts Bob's Classic Chevy
 

Recent Hot Topics
Current Quote
""There is just to much knowledge here to not be here"."
~ Supporting Member
Recent Topics
Join the Community today







Username Post: Photos of spark plug wire routing on small block Chevy engines.        (Topic#272319)
hosscartright 
Senior Member
Posts: 640
hosscartright
Loc: NW Central Indiana
Reg: 12-22-04
11-19-11 10:49 AM - Post#2159701    

Howdy all,

While working on my 57,000 actual mile 1969 BELAIR, I took a bunch of photos before the tear-down. How wires and brackets attached etc..

When re-assembling the engine, I wanted to double check the heat shield positioning and spark plug wire routing. When I was Googling for this info, there wasn't much out there in Google images.

So upon re-assembly, I took some nice detail shots of the original way in which my car was wired and I added these spark plug wire routing images to my web page for this car. As the wiring layout was the same for many years, this should help others in the future. (Note the clamps that attach to the oil pan bolt which keeps the front two cylinder wires from coming into contact with the exhaust.)

I have these images now on my website and have placed a bunch of key words in the text.

When the Google-bot picks this up in a few months, these images should be easy to find for everyone.

For example, this is the name of one of these images;
1969_Chevrolet_small_bloc k-V8_327_Spark_plug_wirin g_lt_lwr_rear.jpg

Over and out, Jim











Edited by hosscartright on 11-19-11 10:53 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
This Forum is Sponsored by
1-800-IMPALAS  *  www.impalas.com
Visit Impala Bob's forum on ChevyTalk
Jerry Acheson 
"12th Year" Platinum Supporting Member
Posts: 5225
Jerry Acheson
Loc: Green Oaks, IL
Reg: 12-30-00
11-19-11 11:28 AM - Post#2159711    
    In response to hosscartright

Thanks. What manifold paint are you using? They look good.
Jerry


 
hosscartright 
Senior Member
Posts: 640
hosscartright
Loc: NW Central Indiana
Reg: 12-22-04
11-19-11 11:54 AM - Post#2159714    
    In response to Jerry Acheson

  • Jerry Acheson Said:
Thanks. What manifold paint are you using? They look good.



Hi Jerry,
The paint is called "cast iron gray" from Bill Hirsch. Rated at 1,800 degrees F.. Five years on the '59 engine and so far still looks perfect.



 
This Forum is Sponsored by
1-800-IMPALAS  *  www.impalas.com
Visit Impala Bob's forum on ChevyTalk
Icon Legend Permissions Topic Options
Report Post

Quote Post

Quick Reply

Print Topic

Email Topic

6148 Views
FusionBB
FusionBB™ Version 2.1
©2003-2006 InteractivePHP, Inc.
Execution time: 0.052 seconds.   Total Queries: 15   Zlib Compression is on.
All times are (GMT -0800) Pacific. Current time is 03:18 AM
Top