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Old 07-15-2013, 08:39 AM   #36
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You may be right but they originally did not offer billet oil pump gears with the sc version and now that they do the have indeed updated the website so I don't see why they wouldn't have updated the na version as well. My opinion is because they don't come with them.
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N/A long block? I assume so since you're talking about keeping the boss NA. Why would you be doing the swap with the car for sale? Not knocking you just curious
Im indecisive.. lol
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Old 07-15-2013, 10:07 AM   #38
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Im indecisive.. lol
I've seen the stock boss long block hold crazy power. A customers car is running a procharger plus a 100 shot of nitrous on his boss motor and he went 212mph in the Texas mile on the stock factory sealed boss motor. He's gone 10.27 in the 1/4@140mph! But he got kicked out for no cage.
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I've seen the stock boss long block hold crazy power. A customers car is running a procharger plus a 100 shot of nitrous on his boss motor and he went 212mph in the Texas mile on the stock factory sealed boss motor. He's gone 10.27 in the 1/4@140mph! But he got kicked out for no cage.
Oh my :O
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Oh my :O
Yes, I've seriously considered just getting a boss motor and skipping the aluminator. You can get the boss motor completely plug and play less than the aluminator.
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I've seen the stock boss long block hold crazy power. A customers car is running a procharger plus a 100 shot of nitrous on his boss motor and he went 212mph in the Texas mile on the stock factory sealed boss motor. He's gone 10.27 in the 1/4@140mph! But he got kicked out for no cage.
Yea for a while the texas mile record holder was using a 3.6 kenne bell and went 202 on stock boss short block, and it was a woman driving!
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Yea for a while the texas mile record holder was using a 3.6 kenne bell and went 202 on stock boss short block, and it was a woman driving!
Lol that was Tracy from maximum motorsports in her competition orange 2012! That same car has gone single digits in the 1/4mile and driven cross country making over 850rwhp on the stock boss motor.
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What's the difference between stock block and a long block coyote????
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Update ..... I bought an alluminator 11.1 and before I did I called to make sure the new rumor was correct , ALL Alluminators have Billet oil pump gears
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Remember the aluminator also has manley h beam connecting rods,which the terminal engines use . rapinator swears by them.

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