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Old 07-31-2008, 09:47 AM   #316
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Re: 8.8 or 9" rear?

this thread has been cleaned a little...i would switch it to a eaton thread but im lazy.
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Re: 8.8 or 9" rear?

This thread has veered way off track and is getting kind of ugly even with the deleted posts. I think it has reached the end of its days.
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i figured we would still let them post about the eatons...idkdoesent matter to me, as long as it doesent turn into a power competition and stays on the eaton subject, i dont mind seeing hard evidence about eaton powered v6, im just tired of seeing juiced, turbo cars posted up. i welcome any facts on the eaton conversion making more power than an eaton cobra, but as i said before/ power per psi is already accepted as truth but more overall power with a stock eaton is not.
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i figured we would still let them post about the eatons...idkdoesent matter to me, as long as it doesent turn into a power competition and stays on the eaton subject, i dont mind seeing hard evidence about eaton powered v6, im just tired of seeing juiced, turbo cars posted up. i welcome any facts on the eaton conversion making more power than an eaton cobra, but as i said before/ power per psi is already accepted as truth but more overall power with a stock eaton is not.
That's a new thread topic, not an 8.8 vs 9" rear end topic. This one is closed.
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ok lol, im still allowed to post in closed threads?? hmm i win argument by default!!!
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