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Old 03-30-2011, 12:23 AM   #21
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He'* running lean right now. Installed a ported throttle body. Gave him 5% more fuel, but it needs more.
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Ah gotcha. Yeah should be nice when everything is ironed out
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6 hours is pretty good, took us few days after work my brother and i to finish his GP, but we also did headers, rockers, pully swap and some more stuff cant remember

awesome job!

ps. you did AN intercooler install :P
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Normal burn off... Anytime you dink around the exhaust..you get something on it to burn off.
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Yep, there was a lot of smoke. Had a lot of coolant drip down on the cross over pipe.
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