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Old 05-01-2007, 12:47 AM   #11
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Neon or not, you have to appreciate the ingenuity in how you mounted the SC. Nice install.
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Neon or not, you have to appreciate the ingenuity in how you mounted the SC. Nice install.

my thoughts exactly... that impressed me
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Very nice project I can't wait to see it in action. I would also recommend using a 94/95 Gen 3 M62 instead of the Gen 2 M62.
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Neon or not, you have to appreciate the ingenuity in how you mounted the SC. Nice install.

my thoughts exactly... that impressed me
thanks fellas,
I cant take all the credit tho. I bought most of this stuff from another neon guy who thought this stuff out. Iam tweeking it and rounding out the ruff edges.
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nice little project, i bet that thing will scoot right along when your done, make sure you check back in with timeslips when you get it to the track!
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I'm betting you will upset some SRT-4'*... with that little setup. Let'm know.. Eaton sent ya!
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Definitely a cool project. Looks pretty clean.
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nice little project, i bet that thing will scoot right along when your done, make sure you check back in with timeslips when you get it to the track!
i def cant wait to see what she will do. I have some 13" Keizer alum wheels and 22x8" MT slicks for the track.
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Ooh! Very nice! Decided to use the SOHC for room issues? Cause if not, I'd be hooking that setup to the DOHC. Should make for a nice whiner.
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Ooh! Very nice! Decided to use the SOHC for room issues? Cause if not, I'd be hooking that setup to the DOHC. Should make for a nice whiner.
Just worken with what I got. the single cam neons build torque a lil sooner. I figure this blower is saposed to max out at 6k rpms so the sohc engine;* powerband works well with the charger
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