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Old 08-13-2013, 10:05 PM   #71
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Sounds good, and a turbo. But that's basically what will happen you will just have a different manifold and cross pipe!
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Sounds good, and a turbo. But that's basically what will happen you will just have a different manifold and cross pipe!
Fine by me
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Won't be to difficult, both are gonna be sweet!
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Won't be to difficult, both are gonna be sweet!
I'm thinking when tax refund comes in, I'll have the money for your kit, with the triple ball bearing oilless turbo :p
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Not gonna say no to that plus you don't have to drill the oil pan!
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Not gonna say no to that plus you don't have to drill the oil pan!
Meaning DIY?
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No I meant we wouldn't have to get all the oil lines and stuff and charge the labor to take out the oil pan because its a pain. So you basically are getting the oiless for only like 100 more!
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5.0 3.7 right, 3.7 piston is thicker and the rod is too. Who says 3.7s won't make HP!

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5.0 3.7 right, 3.7 piston is thicker and the rod is too. Who says 3.7s won't make HP!
We also have a forged crank, and they don't!
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The rods would probably be good to 550-600 wheel don't understand why nobody has!
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Perfect example here^ haha.
Yuck. I'll keep what I have if it looks like this...a squashed Isuzu.
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