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Old 10-27-2005, 10:05 PM
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otis, you gonna take that... them there are fighting words.....i mean numbers.....
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and yes... the plunger is yours

its already molded to his face...
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That plunger's mine...

Here's the dyno of another guy that was suppose to be ahead of me... no luck out there however...




CYA out there.
Drypipe might need a little assistance
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Old 10-28-2005, 12:09 AM
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I'm gonna get me a couple of those. Maybe you should try a stubstack from K&N for the top of the carb.
this aircleaner made 9 hp on the dyno on a 355ci motor.

Ive never tried the stibstack before , But I bet it works


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That plunger's mine...
now thats funny GL!!!
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Old 10-28-2005, 07:40 AM
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Drypipe might need a little assistance
Yeah... It's time for blowers Neil Or Nitrous?

How about a hand activated Blower, I eared they were cheap...
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How about a hand activated Blower, I eared they were cheap...
Found one...It matches a little with his head covers... I couldn't find a "Ford Blue" one.





Have Andy Dyno that bad boy....
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The problem with this blower GL is that you have to spend your A..ss $$ for side equipment to keep them runing...
To expensive... You need a blower controller and a special chiller :
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The finish.... Thanks again JC.
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The finish.... Thanks again JC.
There we go... Planing upgrading with snowmobile engines Neil?

Let's try one of these in the Outlaw so I can Beat the sh..it out of it... No breakin period...
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