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  1. #21
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    Here's a bit of an update. It's been pretty slow going with the project because of family obligations. I finished fabwork under the hood and now in the process of building a custom fiberglass bumper. I'm trying to get all the dirty work done before I pull the engine. I'll try to post some more pics when I get the bumper finished. It's kinda rough right now.
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    update

    Here is a quick up date on the trubo project. Upgraded to a 76/78 1.15AR turbo, 4l80e trans, and 5" drive shaft
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    update

    Here's a little update. Its been forever! Im hoping by the end of the month i'll be on the road.
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    The build looks good.
    One thing that catches my eye immediately and I look for; that passenger side header/merge/design.
    Not that you need encouragement, but that setup should make some great power!

    Give you a baseline to go off: 408, stock heads, tubular headers, same turbo 14psi, 845hp. And that's not on the ragged edge.

    Good jog, sub'n for results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farmtruc View Post
    The build looks good.
    One thing that catches my eye immediately and I look for; that passenger side header/merge/design.
    Not that you need encouragement, but that setup should make some great power!

    Give you a baseline to go off: 408, stock heads, tubular headers, same turbo 14psi, 845hp. And that's not on the ragged edge.

    Good jog, sub'n for results.
    Balls in ur court now Allen. Lol I sent Erica a list of mods so u can build me a base tune to get this puppy makin some big power.

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    hahaha, we don't tune anymore, damn, just quit this morning

    sure thing! sounds like it's gonna be a good running truck!

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