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Old 01-06-2006, 02:22 PM   #21
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Wait are you really mute?


Duh, that'* why he has to type...
lol. Hmm maybe I'm looking into that one a little too much huh?
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Wait are you really mute?


Duh, that'* why he has to type...
lol. Hmm maybe I'm looking into that one a little too much huh?
Maybe, maybe not.

I was just being a smarta$$.
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Back on topic. Save the chat for the Chatroom or lounge.
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Well, I can speak but it comes out unclear and it'* really hard for people to understand me. So I consider myself silent and I use sign language to communicate.

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What'* so different about the Gen V blower that GM had to rename it. I mean, doesn't all blowers use the same principle? Two rotors that jam as much air as possible in the engine? Hmm, I'll have to google it to see what it brings up. I'll post the info if there'* any for the uneducated (me)

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GM didnt rename the SC...Eaton did.... its waaaay more efficinet that the GENIII with less heat....the GENV will put out 9.5 psi with the 3.8 pulley while the GENIII puts out 7.5 psi with the 3.8 pulley
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