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Thread: Enderle Hat-VERSES-2-Toilets???

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    Enderle Hat-VERSES-2-Toilets???

    Heres the DEAL?
    I have always Used ENDERLE Hats,well yrs ago,a few Crower stacks?
    But,i have a chance to Buy a COMPLETE T/Ram with 2-Rons Toilets?
    THIS SHOULD GET THE SPARKS FLYING?
    Which is the BEST for all Out PERFORMANCE?
    I'm going to Try this on the Camaro that i Just Aquired,482 BBC,Iron Merlin 320's,722 Lunati Roller,13.1,4.88 Dana 60,P'Glide w/8" Converter-I asume around 5500 Stall,T/Brake,33x15x15 Hoosiers,Crank Trigger w/7AL-2.
    The Car has a Pair 0f 660 Center Squirters as we Speak,i have yet to run the Car Yet(Damn Leg Surgery this WEEK)I'm Guessing a Mid 9??With the Current Set-Up?Cars Weighs rite @ 2600.............?
    Full Tube Chassis,Alston Kit.
    What do you Guys Think?
    THANKS
    G 8)

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    Tolilets?

    WOW?
    I was THINKING that with all the GOOD that you Continualliouslly Hear GOOD about these Toilets,that i would have Gotten some Feedback???
    OH'WELL,guess i'll stay with the Stuff that Works!ENDERLE............
    Later
    G 8)

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    Re: Tolilets?

    Quote Originally Posted by bbchevy
    WOW?
    I was THINKING that with all the GOOD that you Continualliouslly Hear GOOD about these Toilets,that i would have Gotten some Feedback???
    OH'WELL,guess i'll stay with the Stuff that Works!ENDERLE............
    Later
    G 8)

    I'd tell you go for if they were terminators, I am not much of a toilet fan but do like the termiantor. I wont say you cant make the toilets work because 100's do all the time. I dont think you'd see any ET difference either way though.
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    Inj

    THANKS David!
    I Realy think that,the Bang for the BUCK!The Hat System is Hard to BEAT!!!
    Later
    G 8)

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    Re: Inj

    Quote Originally Posted by bbchevy
    THANKS David!
    I Realy think that,the Bang for the BUCK!The Hat System is Hard to BEAT!!!
    Later
    G 8)
    Over the toilets for sure.. but I like my single terminator setup :lol:
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    Re: Tolilets?

    Quote Originally Posted by bbchevy
    WOW?
    I was THINKING that with all the GOOD that you Continualliouslly Hear GOOD about these Toilets,that i would have Gotten some Feedback???
    OH'WELL,guess i'll stay with the Stuff that Works!ENDERLE............
    Later
    G 8)
    OOOOOH!!!!, toilets work great if you know how to flush them and out perform hats all day long, the next ime i go to Twin Cities La. and if the cars are there i'll take pics and movies of a shoebox 55 that weighs 2650lbs that runs in the 8's with a s/blk with a single 4 1/4" toilet and a chevy 11 s/blk with a single toilet 2400lbs that runs mid 8's. I agree with David that the terminator may work better, but at the same time nothing out performs stacks injection.

    JMO

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    As promised a 55 shoe box with toilet

    The track was slick tonite,
    55 shoe box, it has the original frame with a front stub weighs 2650lbs, 421" sm/blk. The car was running about 1/10 off, loose all the way thru high gear, all over the track. the old truck in the vids has been a race truck since 1965, it now has a 5.82 on gas no nitrous, first pass down the track was a 5.52, only 1/8 mile passes tonite.

    Zip.





    old ford truck



    original frame ladder bar rear just over 3,000lbs with driver.



    all original glass, 582" on gas, 8.50's



    et slip old truck, 1/8 mi. nite [email protected]



    et slip 55 shoebox, with toilet



    55 shoe box and biscyne 2nd pass



    vids of shoe and bicayne

    Shoe box 1st pass

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...12840303&hl=en

    biscyne 1st pass went 6.93

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...89072434&hl=en

    shoe box and biscyne

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...18136603&hl=en

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    INJ

    Great POST,and INFO! THANKS Zipper!!!!

    Got Mine out Sat.
    Seems that the 20 yr Old Valve Springs are going to NEED Freshend?
    Motor has No Tourque!
    Checked all of the basics,Timing,Fuel,Ign,ETC...
    It will only Rev to about 5200-5500 with a SERIUOS Flat Spot,Just Lays Down @ about 330.The 60's are also Bad,1.50.
    Oh'Well maybe a set of Springs this Week and another Shot Next Weekend?
    The Best ET was a 6.70 @ 106
    I was LOOKING For 6.0's to .20's?
    Later
    G 8)

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