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Old 03-08-2017, 03:24 PM   #21
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But you don't have a bolt on cobro. You have a aftermarket supercharged cobro. That's a power adder. What's wtong? I thought you liked furds? Are you saying a power adder ls > power adder cobro?
Lulz. Seems way to easy to get DUGs panties in a wad these days. stock motor aftermarket blower cobra > stock motor blower LS1. That is true. A built HCI 403 stroker is a little different that stock LS. But in DUGs cheby world its all the same while a simple blower swap is a DRASTICALLY MODIFIED POWER ADDER!!!!!!!
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Actually any alteration in atmosphere is drastically modified.

Fact is both are aftermarket power adder cars. You simply stipped your only chance is him being n/a in your furd world.
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Actually any alteration in atmosphere is drastically modified.

Fact is both are aftermarket power adder cars. You simply stipped your only chance is him being n/a in your furd world.
Your right his aftermarket power adder is 57 added cubic inches on top. A cam to allow much more air into his cylinders than his stock cam, along with heads and an intake manifold to aid in that purpose. So his car NA is an aftermarket power adder vs mine. I knew we would get along.
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Yeah I live in Orange County and the car stays in Ventura county where I'm originally from and is garaged. The car is a purpose built nitrous car i.e. (super tight converter, nitrous grind cam, only 3.90 gears) I would be at a significant disadvantage on the motor... But I'm always down to line em up for some cash
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Your right his aftermarket power adder is 57 added cubic inches on top. A cam to allow much more air into his cylinders than his stock cam, along with heads and an intake manifold to aid in that purpose. So his car NA is an aftermarket power adder vs mine. I knew we would get along.
Not so sure n/a can be a power adder. But i can see you are pretty disgusted with the thought that your extra 3 cams and 16 valves can't keep up power adder to power adder.
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Y'all thinking street or strip?
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Yeah I live in Orange County and the car stays in Ventura county where I'm originally from and is garaged. The car is a purpose built nitrous car i.e. (super tight converter, nitrous grind cam, only 3.90 gears) I would be at a significant disadvantage on the motor... But I'm always down to line em up for some cash
And the bottom line is that if it came down to enough cash, you'd have a diffent converter, different cam, different gears and a tune that would turn it right back into a NA monster. It's always entertaining when people talk **** and say "run me on motor" when the car was designed work best with N2O. I get this all the time. Then when you swap the **** back out to NA, the money is suddenly off the table.
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Yeah I live in Orange County and the car stays in Ventura county where I'm originally from and is garaged. The car is a purpose built nitrous car i.e. (super tight converter, nitrous grind cam, only 3.90 gears) I would be at a significant disadvantage on the motor... But I'm always down to line em up for some cash

Anyone taking side bets?

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Depends on street or strip, 1/8 or 1/4. I may be down ^^
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And the bottom line is that if it came down to enough cash, you'd have a diffent converter, different cam, different gears and a tune that would turn it right back into a NA monster. It's always entertaining when people talk **** and say "run me on motor" when the car was designed work best with N2O. I get this all the time. Then when you swap the **** back out to NA, the money is suddenly off the table.
Its pretty simple... I dont have the time nor money to swap my setup to NA for a street race and internet credit... I just barely tested the car at the track and there's no way in hell im changing to NA for a grudge race. Let em hang and run what you brung.
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Its pretty simple... I dont have the time nor money to swap my setup to NA for a street race and internet credit... I just barely tested the car at the track and there's no way in hell im changing to NA for a grudge race. Let em hang and run what you brung.
Obviously you would never do it for internet credit. I was only suggesting this if serious money was involved. I'm going to be in the same situation as you when I change my stall and gearing to compliment my N2O.
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Obviously you would never do it for internet credit. I was only suggesting this if serious money was involved. I'm going to be in the same situation as you when I change my stall and gearing to compliment my N2O.
Haha i get you. Just crazy to think that someone would have enough time to go through all that in a weekend.

I would say DA shocks and the anti roll bar made the biggest difference in hooking if you're in the market.
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I agree, run what you brung.
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