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Old 08-10-2003, 06:49 PM   #1
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You'll love it, it definitely gives boost in the butt dyno.
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its scheduled to be in tommorow with an install planned on saturday yippy horray!
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Old 08-18-2003, 10:09 AM   #8
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Not only will you really dig this mod, it's got to be one of the easiest to do.
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yup, except when those nuts are HARD. lol.
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Mine weren't that bad, they were good and snug but I didn't have to reef on them to break them free. Reckon each case is a little different.
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i did myn last winter, and i had one *****y bolt, and i put all my might on it, then bam, my knuckles hit something and exploded. ouchie.
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I know what you mean, it seems that every time I get close to tools and things mechanical blood is going to flow. I need to get some of those mechanics gloves to protect my lillie whites, besides they look cool.
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lol, thats a good thought, glove me get! lol
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I'm getting my pulley Tuesday. I went out and bought a solid 21" breaker bar and I'll give it all the 180 lb *** I've got and hopefully that's enough ***...if not....crap..
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i was using a 18" breaker bar.
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Ah yes 3" can make a difference.
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Its gonna be sweet ive been ready for a lil bit more power for awhile now. This should keep me sane for atleast a month or so with a final pre winter mod being a shift kit most likely.
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