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  1. #21
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    Nice thread.. Wish this site and others went back to this type of builds..

    I plan to update mine once truck gets back from paint

  2. #22
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    Thanks man! My problem is what starts out being simple never ends up that way lol

    You should bud.
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    Im going nuts thinking of direction of truck..with the motor I'm having built I'm going back and forth on rest of truck....sucks as can snowball so easy
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    hahaha sometimes i wish i would have just kept a simple street truck


    if we ( quick and i ) can push a 6.0 11.3 i'm sure we could have pushed a 6.2 into the 10s


    quik thats a monster youre building, boosted at that, theres no turning back your thing lies on cosmetics to the exterior/interior not so much engine you got that solved let that girl eat


    jay youre on a planet by yourself with that engine running NA i'll give ya the best of luck not that you need it she'll be a killer for sure
    Simple: 408 on steroids!
    single digits coming soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by George C View Post
    Im going nuts thinking of direction of truck..with the motor I'm having built I'm going back and forth on rest of truck....sucks as can snowball so easy
    That is can, or if your like me already thinking what to change lol

    Quote Originally Posted by skeet View Post
    hahaha sometimes i wish i would have just kept a simple street truck

    if we ( quick and i ) can push a 6.0 11.3 i'm sure we could have pushed a 6.2 into the 10s

    jay youre on a planet by yourself with that engine running NA i'll give ya the best of luck not that you need it she'll be a killer for sure
    I am still going to try and call mine a street truck, not sure if people will believe that though. lol Steetablity is a non issue imo as long as it can pass inspection.

    Yeah I have found many that don't fully understand the potential of a N/A setup if its done right and big. Will be fun being different, cause I am different... it fits lol
    2000 GMC Sierra 1500 RCSB 2wd - 454 LSX powered drag truck...

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    any updates?

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    Getting closer...











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    Wow, awesome build.
    Truck looks amazing, nice work.

  9. #29
    looking good man, how long before you make a pass at the track?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tig View Post
    Wow, awesome build.
    Truck looks amazing, nice work.
    Thanks man!

    Quote Originally Posted by crusher View Post
    looking good man, how long before you make a pass at the track?
    Thanks bud.

    Hope by September.
    2000 GMC Sierra 1500 RCSB 2wd - 454 LSX powered drag truck...

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