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Old 06-02-2007, 05:53 PM
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Does anybody have any experience with the Teague 720s? What should be the life span of them, any common problems with them? Thanks
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Old 06-02-2007, 08:18 PM
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What a coincidence that there just happen to be 2 37 AT's for sale with Teague 720's
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Mike just pull the trigger cause I have never seen a meat wagon pulling a uhaul or a boat.
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Originally Posted by Griff View Post
What a coincidence that there just happen to be 2 37 AT's for sale with Teague 720's
I was thinking the same thing

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Mike just pull the trigger cause I have never seen a meat wagon pulling a uhaul or a boat.
Somebody said on one of the threads last week he had never seen a Brinks truck behind a hearse
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Mike, it depends on how often you put all 720 ponies to work at once.

Just do it.
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Bobs brother Norm builds great motors and has an awesome reputation for his work. If the first owner has taken good care of Teagues work, GO for IT!

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Do they have a inhouse dyno?
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Yes, I believe they dyno most all their supercharged motors in house.

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Originally Posted by Raylar View Post
Yes, I believe they dyno most all their supercharged motors in house.

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I never heard if or anybody using them for Dynoing or them dynoing their motors.
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"Yes, I believe they dyno most all their supercharged motors in house."

I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure the 720 is not supercharged.
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