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Old 12-19-2003, 07:32 PM   #36
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ive told him to change it before and he came back with this comment...

"its within the number of characters, so NO"

change it darkling..
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thanks for all of that to read and chew on, i'll do it soon as i now have tons of free time starting the day after tomorrow.
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well we're trying so stay on topic. If youre not going to contribute to this thread, then dont post in it. What RGR is telling us is info on a great new product that will be available soon. People might have questions and if they do they can post here. Keep the chit chat to general discussion.
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Old 12-26-2003, 02:36 PM   #43
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This setup is avail NOW in 2.5", and taht would be for hot 4.2's
and bigger, with heads and cam, intake porting. Jose might be
trying one on his 4.3 SC stroker, but he's still getting tuned, etc.
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this exaust setup seems really cool. but are there still cats. on this setup? and if so would i pass emissions with them and a costom ground 207 cam (with a tune) thanks
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It is a cat-back setup, and it works well with cats!
Do you have your cam yet? The old 207 is not as
good of a cam as the newer versions.
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no i dont have the cam yet,but i would like the new one. but will Ibe able to pass emissions with your cam the exhaust and ,of course, a tune.
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no i dont have the cam yet,but i would like the new one. but will Ibe able to pass emissions with your cam the exhaust and ,of course, a tune.
Yes, quite easily. The milder cams that work w/SPI
are great with this exhaust system! They fall well under
the known limits for emissions.
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Rob, curious, when did the new 207 cams come out as opposed to the old ones??
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Old 01-02-2004, 08:29 AM   #49
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well, as some people know, the 207 cam is the second generation
SPI cam. It was a 205/215 (my original grind) and Mik and I talked
about more lift on the intake side cuz the heads flowed well over .500"
so he saw the 207/.505" lobe on an updated list and put it on there.
I'd use 207/215 for heavy PA use and more like single pattern 207
on an NA setup, the exhaust lobe depending on the exhaust system setup.

Ideally I'd like a 207 lobe and ~.550" lift for stock heads
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You never did answer my question in my PM about what cam grind I should get. I want a wild cam.
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Hey RGR, need a test car??????????????????????????????? I will help, that can be one of my "mods" like in our PM's
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Old 03-16-2004, 08:54 AM   #52
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This system is still out there, waiting for a V6 tester!
2.25" would be special order, but AFAIK same price as
the 2.5" systems.
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rgr, i couldn't test it until the motor gets built and the blower goes on it, but what about 3" piping?
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Actually, the 2.5" would be best for your setup.
The 2.5" fuals rating of 400 BHP is a general # for
"regular" dual exh. systems, this system is probably
good for at least 10% more due to the superior
tuning and system characteristics.
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Link is down I think, I haven't heard the driveby clip, send it to kiljosh@hotmail.com if you can. The one on the site aint to bad but I wanna hear what it sounds like screamin....
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this is quite an old thread... Haven't heard from RGR in a while unfortunately...
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this is quite an old thread... Haven't heard from RGR in a while unfortunately...
yeah he has been busy, and moved states from this post. hope all is well
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Haven't heard from RGR in a while unfortunately...
Yep He is MIA again.
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aw MAN I wanted to hear this exhaust thingy!
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Re: Got NEW V6 exh. setup, existing Mfg., in development:

I will need a new exhaust system on the 95, it has a pacesetter H and
rusty tailpipes, but good MAC stainless muffs. Only 2.25" duals, and the
big stroker will need at least 2.5" duals. I think it is time to test the ASC!!!
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Re: Got NEW V6 exh. setup, existing Mfg., in development:

Ahh I remember months ago you were talking to Dr.Campbell about that system I even contact Dr.Campbell But never took it any futher I'd be very interested once someone post some dyno results
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