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Old 04-30-2012, 08:19 AM   #1
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Well im almost done, a busted hydroboos line has me set back a bit and gotta figure out how to make the powerpipe work with the massive fluidyne rad, but she should be ready for the 10th which is my rescheduled dyno apt.
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Old 04-30-2012, 08:23 AM   #2
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looks nice man, i like the blue can never go wrong on a ford. that's a huge turbo b.t.w. how much psi?
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looks nice man, i like the blue can never go wrong on a ford. that's a huge turbo b.t.w. how much psi?
Thanks man, its a turbonetics 127mm...............haha just playing my man, its a centrifical supercharger, procharger p600b.
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Old 04-30-2012, 09:45 AM   #4
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Looks good Uber!

I like your pOwer steering tank bracket, where you get that from?
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Thats a factory 4v bracket powdercoated, i have a spare thats also powdercoated with a small crack in it if your interested.
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Would the 4v fit a 2 v timing cover?
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No, but its a bracket so you can probably make it work
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The bracket you have looks a lot bigger then the one i have on my car tho thats what got me a little worried about it
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Looks good man! I guess i haven't been keepin up? What all you been up to with it??
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Forged shortblock, degreed cobra b heads, spinng blower to the moon, well see results soon.
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