Overdrive parts available soon

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Re: Overdrive parts available soon

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How’s the project going?
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I hate to say, but at this point, it is going nowhere fast. I have been busy with other projects, including a move.
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Derrickbwg wrote: Thu Apr 12, 2018 1:28 pm Those vettes were less than 250hp but torque was a little above 300ft lbs...puny by todays standards but i agree more robust more than likely than the laycock

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As you can see from my sig - i'm familiar with the Nash 4+3. They are a tricky rebuild, but fully possible. We rebuilt mine in house. Anything you would like to know about them?
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Post by Arlow »

So how goes the overdrive project? Is there a working system available to purchase. I really need to get something set up to get more top-speed out of our 1975 710m as it doesn't meet the speed requirements to travel on the turnpike highways and I don't always like to travel the long way using back roads here in Oklahoma.
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Bump; Any news 63Rover or bikmakr? :D
I read these threads with great interest at the time and have been following along.
This seems far too good a project to go by the wayside.
Has anyone else taken up the challenge?
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Post by bikmakr »

I had hoped someone would go with this project especially with all the CAD data.

The only tricky part is the adapter spline from the tranny to the OD. It requires a Laycock input collar wire EDM'ed to the Pinz output spline.

Any CNC milling shop could make the other components.
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