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Old 10-27-2005, 05:16 PM
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Thank you JCPERF for the valuable advice!!

Your advice proved positive. The second motor was put on the dyno today with and without the spacer you recomended on the other thread. Increased horsepower and torque 10 hp/lbs. Now running in the low to mid 690HP and nearly 710 ftlbs of torque. Incredibly between 4000rpms and peak torque, torque numbers were between 17 and 20 pounds better than without the spacer.

Much appreciated advice.... Thanks.

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Sounds like GL might be in trouble next year.... the torch may be passed
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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.

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He's good like that.
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Your advice proved positive. The second motor was put on the dyno today with and without the spacer you recomended on the other thread. Increased horsepower and torque 10 hp/lbs. Now running in the low to mid 690HP and nearly 710 ftlbs of torque. Incredibly between 4000rpms and peak torque, torque numbers were between 17 and 20 pounds better than without the spacer.

Much appreciated advice.... Thanks.

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He was right whaten he That was a easy 10 hp. congrats.

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Sounds like GL might be in trouble next year.... the torch may be passed
Or the plunger
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Your advice proved positive. The second motor was put on the dyno today with and without the spacer you recomended on the other thread. Increased horsepower and torque 10 hp/lbs. Now running in the low to mid 690HP and nearly 710 ftlbs of torque. Incredibly between 4000rpms and peak torque, torque numbers were between 17 and 20 pounds better than without the spacer.

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yea that old plunger has french Canaan goo on it



oh and go to a diff restaurant and get a diff table cloth for the coronation...
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oh and go to a diff restaurant and get a diff table cloth for the coronation...
I repeat, a tablecloth for many is much, much better than nothing... OK? DOUCHE!!
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I repeat, a tablecloth for many is much, much better than nothing... OK? DOUCHE!!
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