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Old 02-09-2017, 09:30 AM   #1
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Is the 2.180" recommended for stock cube LSA?
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Is the 2.180" recommended for stock cube LSA?

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We generally on sell the 2.180" setup for heavily boosted applications. In the 1,000+ whp area.


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what would be the price for some 6 bolt trick flow 245 and specs on them
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What would be the price and spec on trick flow 245 6 bolt
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What would be the price and spec on trick flow 245 6 bolt

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We don't currently have a 245 program, but with the recent amount of inquiries, we may just do it.


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Russ,

If you were going to do a 418 with a 4.080" bore, would you do the Cathedral 256 with an MSD Airforce or the LS3 262 with the FAST w/Medium length runners with an LLR solid roller setup? 1-7/8" header currently but could step up to a 2" if needed. Looking to spin to 7500 in a streetable combo.

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I'm going to PM you as we have a boatload of options. Let's get serious about this!


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Russ, replied to your PM.

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Wow price came down quite a bit since i bought them! These are some badass heads. Have the tfs 237cc
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