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not some....ALL.

The new engine isn't 'basic'. I'm sorry. Basic would be the LS based GM engines...pushrods. lol. Sorry to bring it up again. You can build it yourself without any special tooling for BS camshafts and chains everywhere.

I don't doubt you have a passion/like for vehicles. Just you're illinformed when you ramble on and on.


Little suggestion: post a link to the actual artical/page. I've been looking for 10 mins on blueovalnews and quite frankly, it's not worth my trouble to search for it when you could have just pasted the link here.
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I think the link is in the first post
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not some....ALL.

The new engine isn't 'basic'. I'm sorry. Basic would be the LS based GM engines...pushrods. lol. Sorry to bring it up again. You can build it yourself without any special tooling for BS camshafts and chains everywhere.

I don't doubt you have a passion/like for vehicles. Just you're illinformed when you ramble on and on.


Little suggestion: post a link to the actual artical/page. I've been looking for 10 mins on blueovalnews and quite frankly, it's not worth my trouble to search for it when you could have just pasted the link here.
Yes I do have to agree there, I do tend to get a little excited and tend to ramble on and on and yes I am behind a bit in technology, it must be that "Old school" mentallity. Back then engines were alot easier to work on, super easy to get parts for etc, and etc. It's this damn computer crap/science project when all they really need to do is keep it simple. Those were the good old days. The old me at this point would've been banned for cussing and threatning other members but I'm sure you remember those days. try googling it, they listed several websites about this new engine. And yes I do have alot to learn, I don't doubt that a bit.
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Yes it was. Read my last post. Do you still think I haven't changed yet? I know I've got alot to learn and maybe I don't know more than you sure. Maybe then I can get some respect for what little bit I do know. I'm behind very badly. I'd make an excellent caveman don't you think? L.O.L. I guess I'm just too "Old school" and didn't get with the times. Hopefully I can get up to par where I was a long,long time ago.
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