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Old 01-05-2012, 04:38 PM   #1
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Guys if you need help ask

I'm a mechanic at one of the largest shops. In my area all I do is mustangs and fords **** Chevy if you are ford tough on Chevy stuff you are cheep any body can build a 350 for a hundred bucks but what I like working with is dedicated pony lovers So let's get those front wheels in the air
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Old 01-05-2012, 04:41 PM   #2
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Hey man I
Getting the trick flow top end kit but I need to rebuild the bottom end. What do I go with. It has right at 140k and I'm pretty sure something will go wrong with the bottom end if I slap the top end kit on there.
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What motor do you have now and was it ran hard but deffinatly a timing set for staters
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Old 01-05-2012, 07:41 PM   #4
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I saw were you posted it a 4.6 go ahead and put it own the bottom don't come apart but the tran. Is the week link if it's a auto stag 2 clutch will do fine as long as your not dawg in it every day
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Old 01-06-2012, 11:25 AM   #5
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Re: Guys if you need help ask

stage 2 clutch in an auto??? the trans will be fine man, the TFS top end kit is great but i know plenty of guys running boosted gt's with the stock trans. if its an auto go for it, if its a manual still go for it! just be ready to do a clutch job on down the road depending on how you drive. and stage 2 would be a little overkill, stage 1 will work fine
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Thanks and it's a manual. Gonna be installing it as soon as I find Where to buy it. Not really sure I want to use eBay. I know some buddies who got screwed from fraud. If it was 500 bucks no big deal but 3000 I want to make sure I get what I pay for. Thanks again for the help
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Hey man I
Getting the trick flow top end kit but I need to rebuild the bottom end. What do I go with. It has right at 140k and I'm pretty sure something will go wrong with the bottom end if I slap the top end kit on there.
What is a trick and flow system?
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"trick flow" is a brand name. The brand spiecializes in heads and "air/fuel" flow and atamization. There very good heads and im looking for a set for my strocked 351w.
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"trick flow" is a brand name. The brand spiecializes in heads and "air/fuel" flow and atamization. There very good heads and im looking for a set for my strocked 351w.
Oh ok are they the only brand that specializes in heads and air/fuel flow and atamizations??
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No but there one of if not the best
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They are the only ones who make aftermarket heads for our GTs though
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Oh ok cool I'm gonna do my research then lol
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I believe the stock aid can handle 500max at the tires?
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