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Old 09-04-2017, 10:45 AM   #21
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There is no way you are making 442rwhp on a stock cam and heads unless your boosted or spraying nitrous.
Clearly I am. Car has trapped 122 as well. Should go even faster in the fall.
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Clearly I am. Car has trapped 122 as well. Should go even faster in the fall.
Are you sure the previous owner didn't put a mild cm in it or something? Either way, that's awesome! I've been into these cars for 15 years and I've never came across anything like your car before. Trap speed is pretty close to what is expect though. What was your DA at your drag strip?
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Are you sure the previous owner didn't put a mild cm in it or something? Either way, that's awesome! I've been into these cars for 15 years and I've never came across anything like your car before. Trap speed is pretty close to what is expect though. What was your DA at your drag strip?
I have just about every bolt on you can think of lol. Last time out it was 95 degrees out and the DA was around 2400.
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I have just about every bolt on you can think of lol. Last time out it was 95 degrees out and the DA was around 2400.
Damn bro, that's pretty legit. I bet you get lots of skeptasism. Pretty nasty for bolt on only.
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