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Old 12-18-2010, 08:07 PM   #11
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I think someone's feelings got hurt.
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Old 12-18-2010, 08:13 PM   #12
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Can you post up the dyno sheets?
Why didn't I think of that...(instead of lowering myself to his level).
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I'd have my feelings hurt too, if I spent all that money for a little bit of HP..

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wait, what did'ya say about my Vortech non-intercooled?!

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rofl wow, the holidays really bring out the hostility in people.. sheesh..


I also read nothing but good stuff on AM about the TBs and new FRPP manifolds. No feedback on it on the forums though. I too am interested in the Manifold/TB combo..

more interested in the C&L manifold though. NOt sure if the FRPPs flexing is a good thing in freezing weather..
Haha no kidding!

As far as the TB, what I've heard is you get the most gains from it if you are FI
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Don't get caught up in his immaturity Blacksmoke. He has obviously shown how little he knows by defending it with such anger.
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I'd be interested in seeing the dyno charts. I'm not saying its impossible, but it would certainly be a shocker.
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I had to go through and clean up quite a few posts. My apologies to those members whose posts fell victim to my administrative editing. But y'all need to behave...
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Old 12-19-2010, 09:56 AM   #18
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Thanks Bill.

Blacksmoke, show us that you're smarter and more mature than the dyno sheet less joker here.
You've been on these boards long enough to grasp that by now...
Do you know how irrelevant internet threats can be? Beside being against the rules?
Most of us will never meet one another so there is no reason to get bent out of shape over trollers etc...
Remember, everyone is so tough on the Net, lol.

Have fun with the rest of us and Merry Xmas to you.
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I know. It bothers me more thinking about him doing this to someone that is not an adult here or someone that would really be intimidated by it though.
That is why I won't tolerate it.
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I've heard there MAY be some benefit of an aftermarket TB with SOME of the newer intake manifolds but there's been some issues of design related problems and some low RPM range losses, but I haven't seen anything documenting it.
5.0 & MM did a dyno test of several bolt-ons with the Coyote 5.0, and the throttle body was worth 1-2 hp at best and that is with a cold air intake and tune!
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