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Old 03-22-2004, 05:26 PM   #21
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for starters, you should check Your Ride. There are already pics up.
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i looked there, just saw pics of a stock looking bonneville, you would think with all those mods and incredible HP, you might see some pics under the hood too.
wouldnt you think
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There are no pics under his hood, and his numbers/dyno verification haven't been made public because of all the BS calls in the past. Much the same reason I don't post my hp/tq specs publicly.

When John is ready to share, he will. Until then, you can take his word for it, as well as mine and Hector'*. As I stated earlier......the beast has been verified. And that'* not his most amazing car, either.
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Old 03-22-2004, 06:23 PM   #24
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Asking for some faith in the Ultimate Sleeper car ever....

EVER
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i guess i stepped on toes here, because my last post was deleted.
i think im going to resign my post as gearhead here,
cant take the smell anymore
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Jeffrey, your post was moved because you shared a Private Message I sent you publicly. No other reason. That was for me, not you.

I would NOT like to accept your resignation if at all possible.
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John'* claims have been verified more thoroughly than anything on the 1/4 page. It'* that simple. His right to privacy and right to not be flamed rule supreme here. I believe him, because I've seen the proof. I'm sorry, but it'* not my place to share the proof publicly.

John will not be flamed publicly. We've been through that with too many other clubs/members in the past.

I take the responsibility of verifying claims on this site, because someone has to. I believe that most people have enough trust and respect in me to believe my verification of said claims. If you don't believe, then don't post in those threads. There are numerous posts in NOTICE that pertain to flaming other members, and this is the reason for the demise of the Kill Stories forum.

If I am not to be believed, do we permanently disallow all hp/tq and 1/4 mile performance claims?

This thread is under 'virtual lock' except for posts relating to the original post.
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Old 03-22-2004, 07:48 PM   #28
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I agree with a higher flow system for fuel, The Mp112 car i've seen that had $20k into the motor, had a complete fuel system, pump>lines>injector.

It wasn't running top notch, but they could spin 'em @ 40 on DRY pavement like no tomorrow. They needed their fuel system calibrated, along with ignition, but you've already got that down. Good luck!
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