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    Just a drive along in the TT ccab

    Not much to see, just getting closer to an all out daily driver with over 1000hp.
    Vid is only at 12-14psi, capable of 30+psi

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSUuDGeOrNU
    Last edited by farmtruc; 12-17-2014 at 03:45 PM.

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    Thing rolls out. Whats the drive train combination?
    Quote Originally Posted by farmtruc View Post
    It's always a good big accomplishment to get such a big build running. So congratulations on that!
    However, you're already talking bs and the truck is on jack stands, lol.
    Get it on the track, run some respectable times, then say "to all the haterz" because that vid is weak lol.
    You got a long ways to go to compete with the turbos!
    Quote Originally Posted by 2boosted View Post
    Sorry dude....what I meant is that you are full of shit. Your supercharged turd wont ever make it to the 8's and your wasting energies as Casey did.
    Go turbo and be done with it.

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    LSx block about a 392 ci, stock stroke, all goodies inside, callies, etc, LS7 fully worked heads, vic intake, twin 80's, mid frame T5 (a little lag, but a sh!tload of topend), 80e, 24's lol, 405 tires, 1ton 2pc shaft, dana60

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    Nice. Sounds mean as hell. What the exhaust setup? Does it still exit in front of passenger tire?


    4.8, TSP 220, 6L90 swap, 3400 Stall, 4.10s w/30" drag radial and T76 @ 16lbs.
    Best ET 11.54@114 w 1.52 60ft
    Raceweight 4905 lbs.

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    thx, it does run strong.

    it never had exhaust out the front, it's always been full length.

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    Awesome!
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    I guess the duck call business is a little slow, Looks like Willie Robertson had to go to work at Nelsons! LOL!

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    Nice! Cant wait to see this at 30psi

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    Standalone ECU? Just didn't look like HPTuners on Ray's laptop there.
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    Factory ECM/TCM are in place for functions such as, remote start, BCM comm, starter, PRDL, etc to work.

    The Holley system is running dbw, engine and trans management; also integrated into the factory modules so all gauges work.

    Pretty badass setup, not sure anyone else is doing this kind of stuff. Sure holley, lots of ppl do it, but to get ac, cruise, etc working, damn that was a chore.
    From previous posts and knowledge content of your posts, I know a few of you guys can relate.

    duckdynasty lmao.

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