Looking for a BBC intake

Old 06-17-2009, 08:12 AM
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Originally Posted by bbchevy
No,the 7AL-3 was installed at that point(After Locating all of the Accesories)?
I was realy Looking for Mid 5's,so lets say i'm PRETTY Down about the Whole thing!
But,to be off,over a Full second in the 1/8?I just dont know at this point?
Like i said,guess i Need to see whats in it for a Stick?Then go from there?
Cause the Blue Bottle SURE AINT GOING TO HAPPEN!!!
Later
G :?
bbchevy, what kinda car do you have and what is the weight?
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Old 06-17-2009, 12:43 PM
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68 Chevy II
540"BBC,Dart 345 CNC Heads,Ported Team G,1200 CFM C.Nuyten Dom.
I Just got the Cam out,i was suppose to get all of the Paperwork with the Car?Alls i got was a Bill of Sale with a Title.
Deadebear Glide,PTC Verter 6-Pad 5800 Stall,4.88 Gear,29x10.5W Hoosiers,3200lbs w/Driver.
I will post up the Cam Grind ID and see if 1 of you Guys can Help?
The Car Does an EXPLOSIVE(Chi-Town Hustler Burnout)But after that is just a Lazy TURD!
1.48 60'
I guess i should start my own Thread and get out of this Guys Deal?
THANKS
G 8)
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Old 06-17-2009, 04:33 PM
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BAD CONVERTER!!!!!! It will come up on the rrrs in the water but when you get traction it falls flat.
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