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  1. Thread: Headers

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    Thinner port plates....3/8" would help. The...

    Thinner port plates....3/8" would help. The steering shaft and rack don't move when you lower a vehicle..Tie rods and A arms do, but the shaft is fixed, it will only move if you move or change the...
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    The bumps necessary for the valve cover bolts can...

    The bumps necessary for the valve cover bolts can be ground out, use studs with red loctite on them, grind the bump and as much of the bolt to make it smooth, use epoxy to further smooth it out.
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    Splash Zone epoxy, works fine on the intake...

    Splash Zone epoxy, works fine on the intake ports, just clean everything really well, it's all in the prep.
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    And you can do it so it still looks good, my...

    And you can do it so it still looks good, my truck still wins awards when I take it out to car shows.
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    There's a lot info on this, do a search...I've...

    There's a lot info on this, do a search...I've posted up the savings over the years.

    The trick is to remove EVERYTHING you can and then add weight over the rear end, I have 53# chunk of lead...
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    Not much...:secret squirrel: Removed all stock...

    Not much...:secret squirrel:

    Removed all stock wiring and PCM
    Manual brakes
    Manual steering
    727
    Gutted interior,
    Aluminum door panels
    Aluminum dash
    Stock dash in the trash
  7. Thread: Oil Pan

    by Adobedude
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    Last build I would shift and trap at 6800, and a...

    Last build I would shift and trap at 6800, and a lot of times I cross the line HARD on the brakes.
    New build....I Don't know, but it has more cow bell.
  8. Thread: Oil Pan

    by Adobedude
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    I'll use the gism pan for some plants in my...

    I'll use the gism pan for some plants in my office, it's junk, it was part of a trade.
    I have a JM pan now, modified stocker, tons of clearance, fits like a glove, 7 quarts, 8 with my accumulator.
  9. Thread: Oil Pan

    by Adobedude
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    I have a PIE pan and matching oil pick up I'm not...

    I have a PIE pan and matching oil pick up I'm not using.
    And then there's that GiSM pan....LOL
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    Facts ^^^

    Facts ^^^
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    No truck looks as good, or ever will.

    No truck looks as good, or ever will.
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    Don't bother.

    Don't bother.
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    So why didn't everyone go bat shit crazy over the...

    So why didn't everyone go bat shit crazy over the x brace?
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    Meh....They will fuck it up, although that one...

    Meh....They will fuck it up, although that one looks pretty good.
  15. Thread: Rear tires

    by Adobedude
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    The best I've ever run, 60' and ET was on 10"...

    The best I've ever run, 60' and ET was on 10" Biased Ply slicks.
    Gonna get me some and try em out.
  16. Thread: Rear tires

    by Adobedude
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    Maximum width? I have 10" Rim, 12" slicks....

    Maximum width?

    I have 10" Rim, 12" slicks.
    Don't go by the tire charts, talk to to the 8.5 and 10.5 guys at the track. MT recommends a 10" rim for a 28x13.5, minimum is 9".
  17. Clear silicone. Done. Worked for me.

    Clear silicone. Done.
    Worked for me.
  18. Thread: Rear tires

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    I'm making the same mistake running 12" slicks on...

    I'm making the same mistake running 12" slicks on 10" rims, to get full contact the tire pressure is so low I'm wadding up the tires. PLUS...They grow like a bitch too.
  19. Thread: Rear tires

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    28x10.5x15 is a big ass tire for a 8" rim, too...

    28x10.5x15 is a big ass tire for a 8" rim, too big IMO.
  20. Thread: Rear tires

    by Adobedude
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    Well hit em with the brake at 4K and report...

    Well hit em with the brake at 4K and report back...:bored_work:
  21. Thread: Headers

    by Adobedude
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    650 for shorties...? Dayum.

    650 for shorties...?
    Dayum.
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    Always measure for pushrods. Period.

    Always measure for pushrods. Period.
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    440s are pigs. Build your 360, drop in a 727, go...

    440s are pigs.
    Build your 360, drop in a 727, go fast.
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    This is why I'm waiting :bored_work: for...

    This is why I'm waiting :bored_work: for Richard's control arms, they will be top notch. :)
  25. And your DA is....? And yeah, it matters.

    And your DA is....?
    And yeah, it matters.
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