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Old 05-26-2012, 01:34 PM   #1
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Been lurking for awhile now, figured id post now..

Motor Mods:

402 stroker
Callies crank, Compstar rods, Wiseco pistons
TSP Cam
Ed P&P 243s with 2.04/1.6 valves
Ported Fast 102
NW 102 TB
TSP 100mm MAF
Svede
Pacesetter Headers with Catless Mids and Spintech Exhaust
SLP UD Pully

Drivetrain:
Monster 3
2Quik Master
GMM Street with LSS

Mods that will be coming soon:
3.91s
Eaton Tru Trac
Harrop Diff Cover
Spray
PRC 237 or TFS 235 Heads

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Old 05-26-2012, 02:04 PM   #2
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and sorry for that last picture lol.. Swore it was smaller when i uploaded it

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badass. i know its a monster.
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Old 05-26-2012, 07:44 PM   #4
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badass. i know its a monster.
thanks man, i guess you could say that lol
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Looks Good, I love blacked out Goat's
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Old 05-26-2012, 08:31 PM   #6
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Looks sharp! Good pics.
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thanks guys
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Stock driveshaft still? And I wanna know more about the stroker kit, id like to do the same, which piston 4.005 or 4.010?
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Nice!!
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Old 06-04-2012, 07:42 PM   #10
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Stock driveshaft still? And I wanna know more about the stroker kit, id like to do the same, which piston 4.005 or 4.010?
yep its still stock. and its a 4.005 piston
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Wow it takes a pretty good beating then, I'm planning on doing a 402 stroker but I think ill probably need to go .010 over. What size cam did you go with?
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Looks good man.
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Wow it takes a pretty good beating then, I'm planning on doing a 402 stroker but I think ill probably need to go .010 over. What size cam did you go with?
a TSP 244/248 612/615 with 112lsa

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thanks man
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Who did you end up going to for the tune?
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Thanks for the info...Sharp car.
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Who did you end up going to for the tune?
Tracy at SpeedFab

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no problem man
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You originally took it to Tony at HP didn't you? How was Speedfab?
I still need to get mine taken care of and will be down that way this weekend, so I thought that I may try to get it done then....depending on the $.
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You originally took it to Tony at HP didn't you? How was Speedfab?
I still need to get mine taken care of and will be down that way this weekend, so I thought that I may try to get it done then....depending on the $.
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Yep i did, Tracy did a great job.. Well worth the money in my opinion.. It shouldnt be that bad cost wise.
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Tracy's a good fella. I know quite a few cars that he's done. I never even thought of using him for a tune. Damn. I always think of Tony and Reinhardt.

Thanks bud!
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Nice goat. I picked my 04 up from jacksonville same color to, I am wanting to go blacked out as well. Where exactly is this speed fab shop at? I'm wanting to get it retuned because the guy that had it before me knows nothing about cars afraid of what he had done to it. All I know is that it has a pretty aggressive sounding cam 92mm intake w TB and full exhaust. Sounds good drives good just want to double tap it.
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