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Old 04-14-2005, 07:25 PM
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so, let me get this straight

your daily driver runs off alcohol

does that mean you could carry white lightning in the passenger seat and just pawn it off as gas?

honestly, your truck is a-w-e-s-o-m-e, even if it is a Ford
By alky I mean alcohol injection. Except in race tune it runs on 91 octane, the alcohol injection allows more boost/timing.

I would have bought a Chevy if they made one that runs like these, believe me!
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everythings so clear to me now


and I know about the whole Ford thing, Chevy's SS handles like it's on rails because of the 4wd, i just wish it were... well, I wish it had a different T-case where you could go from 2wd to 4wd, maybe an np231 or such

that and maybe a turbo

or supercharger

or anything above 345 hp...
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Jody You are a sick sick man. I love it.
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Thanks Jim, I love it too!



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Congrats Jody! Those are some wild #'s through the factory exhaust.

Do you have the graph?
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Not to but we need VIDEO.
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Todays dynos were with headers, cats, and cat-back. The older 560 rwhp and 597 rwtq was with 100% stock exhaust.

Still thinking how much better these would be with a turbo (no, I'm not kidding!)

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That is INSANE Jody!!! My first guess is gas mileage is not an issue, but being a daily driver and with gas so high, what kind of mileage does it get?

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Old 04-14-2005, 11:18 PM
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That is INSANE Jody!!! My first guess is gas mileage is not an issue, but being a daily driver and with gas so high, what kind of mileage does it get?

Mike
It actually gets the same mileage as it did stock, which isn't great. About 13 mpg around town and 16-17 on the freeway.
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That truck looks amazing and i'm sure it runs even BETTER!!!

Looks alot like a model my gf built earlier this semester to match the truck she wants in real life. She probably wont get it for a few years atleast but until then we have this to look at!




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