Why do some people say not to use a crank HUB and others say not to use a damper? I was goin to use a fliudamper on mine. I can see that one reason is clearance between the rad etc, but as mine has no probs in this department i dont see why not to use one. Because at the end of the day a hub has no vibration damper or balancing ....so whats the deal???
Next is more a brake question but still related
How is it that a T Bucket might run a stock brake setup, plumbed in as it would be on a normally aspirated car, yet for others a vacuum tank and pump is needed to stop the car. I mean dont get me wrong, i know the physics e.g. superchargers = pressure. (not vacuum). but whats to stop you from taking the feed from the base of the carbs instead of the inlet manifold. This is just a ....was wondering thing. i am running a vac pump and tank anyway
you cant beat bein blown.