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get a job... lmao. for one, i have a full time job. guess what I do. I REPAIR CARS! I have a part time job too... I defend this ****ing country you ingrateful little piece of ****. Thats right... US ****ing Army!
and your friend is probably one of those "I bought a chip for my car on ebay. I told them I had a tornado and it would give me 50hp!"
see now, has he put a good set of heads on that matched the other components, he would have seen more. For example. A set of AFR 165cc heads, GT-40 lower and comp cams poly box upper, and the stock cam retarded a few degrees, running 1.7 roller rockers and upgraded springs... should have ANY trouble making 275rwhp
(especially considering i made that kinda of HP with my stock components....)
AdderMk2 for President
Even my wife got a kick out of this thread, lol.
93 LX Sold Feb 7th 2011
90 GT Sold March 13th 2011
addermk2 your the biggest G-A-Y on this whole site, get a damn job or something.
my friend added just heads to his 94 GT and made 10 extra hp on the dyno.
Now why in the "F" did you have to go and stick your hand in the hornets nest???? you know what happens when you do that??, normally I don't condone wars of words but you stuck your hand in the the nest and now you got what you deserved........................... .............anyway to the OP, just use a tb matched to the opening on the intake, any bigger and you'll be doing some small porting for the throttle blade to clear
Originally Posted by dudegirl
Be polite and cordial when you talk to them, as pissing off the guys that can help you is seldom a good idea.
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