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Old Yesterday, 12:30 AM
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Been at this for 4 years now, the slow process of building a race car while being a full time student, and part time worker! Finally graduated this last semester so I have a little more time to work on the build with my dad, until I begin law school. So enough of the backstory, at $9 an hour this is what I have put together.

2000 s10 Stepside Extreme
Mono Leafs / Caltrac setup
90/10 Calvert front /Moroso Trick Springs
Viking DA rear shocks
Ford 9 inch 370 gear
th400 transbrake

Engine
6.0 /Ls3 head combo (stock bore 6.0)
custom cam from Martin 23x/25x 62x/62x
super victor intake
750 Holley
1 7/8 headers
arp everything
wisco protru dome piston
Stock rods

Looking to spray 200 shot
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Close combo, 239/247 .624 I/E 10.8:1 6.0/LS3 combo (LY6 basically) 750 Mighty Demon, 1 headers, 5000 stall TH350.


@3450# W/ me in it, has been [email protected] a few tenths in it....but as is w/ a 150 shot, 9.8-9.9 do-able.

So with your combo, guessing compression, and using a 200 shot....I believe you'll be in the 9's
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I believe you will easily see 9's with that set up. Truck has to be fairly light?
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Thank you, I think the truck should be around 3000-3200 lbs. will weigh it soon and cut weight if necessary!
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You are in good shape then. I have run 9's with less than what you are planning lol
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