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Old 11-09-2004, 11:06 AM   #1
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Wow... this could be a HUGE development in the world of 3800s. I'm almost speechless. Under $1000? Almost sounds too good to be true!
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Oo0o0o. I was wondering when they were gonna make that a reality. I've been seeing that in thier future stuff for a long time.
Low 14'* for under a grand? that'* hot.
Too bad i got my heart set on keepin my car boost free.
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Oo0o0o. I was wondering when they were gonna make that a reality. I've been seeing that in thier future stuff for a long time.
Low 14'* for under a grand? that'* hot.
Too bad i got my heart set on keepin my car boost free.
I wonder how your cam would respond with a few lbs. of boost. It would be interesting to see.
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*Goes out and starts looking for cheap car with L36*

It seems liike it is a pretty good kit. If it were me, I would buy the kit, send the blower in for the M112 Hybrid conversion, buy a Intercooler to go along with it, throw in a cam at the same time, and get some headers and a computer and I would be running 12'* on an L36 Shortblock...of course thats what would happen if I had money. Excellent ZZP engineering.

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I'm still watching and waiting for the injector location to get cleared up.
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Yeah, good point... I didn't know the injectors were located differently from L36 to L67... We'll see what they have to say.
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Oo0o0o. I was wondering when they were gonna make that a reality. I've been seeing that in thier future stuff for a long time.
Low 14'* for under a grand? that'* hot.
Too bad i got my heart set on keepin my car boost free.
I wonder how your cam would respond with a few lbs. of boost. It would be interesting to see.
I still gotta go out and see how it does in general. lol
I'd need a blower cam probably because the valve overlap on mine would let the boosted air escape too much.
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I HOPE this works. If this works I will sell the thinderchicken to pay for the add on to my car.
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sorry for the off topic post, but is the guy with the SSEi in low 13s in that post a member here? i havent been around much lately so i dunno, but if he isnt, lets send some recruiters!
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