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haha i would hope!
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ok, thanks nick. i've never really looked at the inake and tb. it makes sense now. just don't eat lunch on race day to compensate :)
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Whats the planned boost?

I like the intake, original and going to confuse alot of people lol (apparently already has).

Wonder if he has the ***** to do some 4wd launches hahaha
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Whats the planned boost?

I like the intake, original and going to confuse alot of people lol (apparently already has).

Wonder if he has the ***** to do some 4wd launches hahaha
I hope so! Man that would be fun. haha

How long before the front diff cracks?
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All i have to sat is powed.




Good build up. this thing looks sweet. Can't wait to see more of it.
Powed? What the hell is powed?

I swear, half the people on this forum are nothing but nut swing tards.
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I hope so! Man that would be fun. haha

How long before the front diff cracks?
i have a spare one if it does ;-)
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I hope so! Man that would be fun. haha

How long before the front diff cracks?
We should start a pool lol. I say since it has such low miles, second launch.
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Powed? What the hell is powed?

I swear, half the people on this forum are nothing but nut swing tards.
you are included in that half. go back in ur hole joe dirt.
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We should start a pool lol. I say since it has such low miles, second launch.
if we keep the factory wheels and tires on it, i say the t-case or front driveshaft goes first.
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I dont know, its still an open diff. And I/we have beat on those diffs. and t-case with 35"+ tires with not many issues. Yes this truck will have way more power, and be on lots off tar. But as long as its a logical launch I'm sure it will last a while. just no crazy, I'm gona smoke all four tires kinda launch.

He have any plans on lowering it at all? or changing the wheel/tire package?
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my bet would be the front carrier or the ring and pin.
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I dont know, its still an open diff. And I/we have beat on those diffs. and t-case with 35"+ tires with not many issues. Yes this truck will have way more power, and be on lots off tar. But as long as its a logical launch I'm sure it will last a while. just no crazy, I'm gona smoke all four tires kinda launch.

He have any plans on lowering it at all? or changing the wheel/tire package?
after driving it tonight, i sure hope he wants to change some wheels and tires... its a handful and its not even fully tuned...
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the vid isnt that great, but its something...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1EIqO_8zDU
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i demand better vids now!
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been tuning on it and it has absolutely no traction in 1st and 2nd gear... Launched it in 4wd and it spins all of em... this is at only 7lbs of boost.... ill get something together for you guys, its just hard when the only time i have to work on it is at night...
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wow thats impressive. you gonna dyno it to get real numbers?
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now do my truck!
seriously though im jelous of how much of a genious you seem to be with vehicles.
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wow thats impressive. you gonna dyno it to get real numbers?
yea im gettin it on the dyno this week, just gotta get some dyno time scheduled.
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now do my truck!
seriously though im jelous of how much of a genious you seem to be with vehicles.
he does a good job making everything seem really easy and simple. hes just plain good.
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he does a good job making everything seem really easy and simple. hes just plain good.
aww, you guys are just too sweet
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i need to butter you up. i need some help on my rig. :)
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i need to butter you up. i need some help on my rig. :)
lol... i would take it further, but you got mad last time i did that on here.
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probably a good call on your part
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