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Old 04-28-2010, 01:19 PM   #11
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I have a ton of patience, and I'm bored.. and I only made it 6 minutes in.

I have a feeling hes been misguided as well. Yeah, superchargers actually do take away horsepower, it takes power to turn them, but they add it as well.
I remember some posting that equated the horsepower required to even turn the blower on a top fuel car would be that of a normal hemi.

Now with that said, I'm headed out to autozone to get me one of those sweet spectre intakes! I could use another 50hp!
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heck yea that plastic will sure keep in cold air alright
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