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[Z06] Bauer Motorsports Build: WCCH All Pro 290, Solid Roller, ERL 454, 14:1 SCR

 
Old 02-11-2019, 06:14 PM
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Well I hope you have has some deep dish pizza by now.
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Had Gino's East 2 weeks ago. Trying to diet, lost 50lbs so far. Lou Malnati's is down the road too. Need a Bears jacket and a heart attack and I'll be all set.
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Ha!! Nice man, Iím sad to hear that you moved, but glad youíre enjoying it out there Brother.
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Had Gino's East 2 weeks ago. Trying to diet, lost 50lbs so far. Lou Malnati's is down the road too. Need a Bears jacket and a heart attack and I'll be all set.
Both of those are close to me. Lous is decent if it isnt watery. I only order medium or smaller.
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Old 02-11-2019, 07:27 PM
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Both of those are close to me. Lous is decent if it isnt watery. I only order medium or smaller.
They're both crazy delicious. Been enjoying some Culver's butterburgers and custard here too.
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They're both crazy delicious. Been enjoying some Culver's butterburgers and custard here too.
Don't forget to try Portillo's too. It's always our first stop when we visit.
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Old 02-11-2019, 09:16 PM
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I've been enjoying Portillos for years. I just don't put the entire salad bar on top of mine.
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Culvers is good. Portillos i can take or leave. I love that Arizona has all the chicago stuff and california stuff.
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Old 02-12-2019, 02:06 PM
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You should go to Johnny's Italian roast beef. There's more than one, I don't know what part of the city you're in. I grew up on that stuff. When I go visit I get in there at least once a day, even for breakfast sometime. I'd give anything to have one here in Houston.
Every once and a while I order the Portillos delivery, comes on ice packs, insulated for two day delivery to here.
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Old 04-16-2019, 08:57 PM
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So the Thomsen manifold was taking too long without any progress so I cancelled. I went back to the Hi Ram lower with a Visner Billet upper and dual 90 inlet.

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Old 04-16-2019, 09:03 PM
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Good to see you Josh.
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NICE. I wish it did not neck down but I know it is a detachable inlet. Why no twin 102's?
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Looks frickin awesome, can't wait for some results!!!
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NICE. I wish it did not neck down but I know it is a detachable inlet. Why no twin 102's?
It doesnít neck down. Thatís just the exterior shape.
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It doesnít neck down. Thatís just the exterior shape.
Is it ported looks like it's going to perform nice....
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It doesnít neck down. Thatís just the exterior shape.
Are you going to do a normal lid versus this twin comparison? If it picks up a ton, well I may consider it.
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Are you going to do a normal lid versus this twin comparison? If it picks up a ton, well I may consider it.
I live in Chicago now. Maybe in the future. I need to see what kind of dyno support I have in the area. Ryne can do the tuning remotely but I dont really know that I have an interest in paying out money for testing with school and small kids right now. Lots of reasons not to, few reasons to.

You should buy both and do a test.
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Is it ported looks like it's going to perform nice....
The lower is ported, yes. The upper and Tb flange are 100% Billet CNCd. So depending on definition of ported....
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Old 04-18-2019, 02:39 AM
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I live in Chicago now. Maybe in the future. I need to see what kind of dyno support I have in the area. Ryne can do the tuning remotely but I dont really know that I have an interest in paying out money for testing with school and small kids right now. Lots of reasons not to, few reasons to.

You should buy both and do a test.
I got you and maybe. I would do a VFN 6" instead of cutting the hood any more at that point. I do not know if I would spend the money on that lid unless I was boosted though.
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When do you think you might be running now that you have the manifold?
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