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    Quote Originally Posted by wheeliE-maxx View Post
    14 second truck squad. Don't eff wit us
    say brah, this isn't pt.net we have rules here

    I'm not even in that squad doe

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverado_lover View Post
    say brah, this isn't pt.net we have rules here

    I'm not even in that squad doe
    I could maybe make the 20 second squad im such a baby with my differential
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverado_lover View Post
    say brah, this isn't pt.net we have rules here

    I'm not even in that squad doe
    Whoops on the language. Cheap mini spool or lunchbox locker, popping sounds and plowing through corners is cool. You'd be 14's on radial t/a's and 13's on stickies. My bolt on goodwrench 350 (the 8:1 comp one) with bolt ons and a quadrabog will light *a* bfg 275 till 50. Yours must be ridiculous. Need to put my ez locker in still.

    Quote Originally Posted by Minime168 View Post
    I could maybe make the 20 second squad im such a baby with my differential
    g-80 8.5"?
    Last edited by wheeliE-maxx; 08-30-2012 at 10:42 PM.
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    so what fuel pump did you go with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheeliE-maxx View Post
    Whoops on the language. Cheap mini spool or lunchbox locker, popping sounds and plowing through corners is cool. You'd be 14's on radial t/a's and 13's on stickies. My bolt on goodwrench 350 (the 8:1 comp one) with bolt ons and a quadrabog will light *a* bfg 275 till 50. Yours must be ridiculous. Need to put my ez locker in still.


    g-80 8.5"?

    Yeas G80 8.5"
    Fuel pump was a Walbro 255lph in tank pump.
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    Did you have to change to a vortec compressor for some reason? Looks like it in the newer pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pistolpigg View Post
    Did you have to change to a vortec compressor for some reason? Looks like it in the newer pictures.
    No, didnt have to, but had so many issues with the r4 i was fedup and bought a sanden 708.
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