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    1940 chevy twin turbo pro street

    alston 4-link chassis, wilwood billet brakes, koni coilovers,
    TCI th400, ford9" spool moser axles, Mickey Thompson S/R
    6" Crower 93 series#5 tapered beam rods,Ross custom 8.5:1pistons, CompCams mech roller, Crower HPPO lifters, Crower 1.6:1 rockers, Crane stud girdles, BrodixT1 227 cnc heads, Spearco custom 4" core intercooler,Turbonetics ceramic bearing T-64's on center turbine .81A/R
    Turbonetics evolution wastegates, Turbonetics Godzilla BOV
    Star machine vac pump w/oil separator, Aeromotive 11102 pump



    world block billet caps








    talk me out of selling it. the 55 Nomad gets started next

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    Wow,thats sharp man, 8)
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    HOLY $HIT!!! :shock: Don't sell it, donate it to me.

    BTW, what's the speed rating on the tarp?

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    Very cool!
    If you think nobody cares, try missing a payment...

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    Damn, that is too cool!!!

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    The only thing I dont like abought that truck is its not mine!!!!!!

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    dang, now thats what i like.. whats that puppy dyno at? 8)

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    SELL THE 55, KEEP THE 40 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IVE GOT A 46 FOR WHEN I QUIT ALL THE OTHER SILLYNESS, KKKKEEEEEEEEPPPP IT. DAVID.

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    Hey rust, glad to see you over here too!
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    wow thanks guys

    the tarp gets puffy past 100. I only use it for cruise-ins.
    peel the magnetic stars off and its just an old green beater :twisted:

    I dynoed it in February during an open house "dyno day"
    and had some mediocre results. 667/572 @ 18psi on pump gas.
    the tuneup didnt work on the dyno. it went 9:1A/F past 5000
    I have since ditched the flowmasters in favor of Dynomax bullets
    and switched from M/T sportsmans to M/T S/R. that should get the rolling resistance down and free up the turbos a bit. it sure feels like it did.
    I may run it through the 1/8 before winter, and try the dyno again.

    http://s137.photobucket.com/albums/q...rent=dyno1.flv

    if I keep it I'll have 4 cars and one cramped ass garage.
    my dad gave me the nomad 20 years ago and its not for sale.
    I bought the truck as partially completed roller 7 years ago and its pretty much run its course. its better suited as a dusty conversation piece for some old fart. :lol: probably safer there too


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