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Old 06-05-2014, 01:58 PM
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I run ARP2000 rod bolts

It wasnt just driver mod, Hockeyman drove it too, he refused to spray tho lol
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Originally Posted by Spawne32 View Post
good man, I love the performance of clevite HX bearings. Always had fantastic success with them.
no rod bearing will live through what the stockers went through

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no rod bearing will love through what the stockers went through
what?
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im going to take a hammer to this computer live not love
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Both are accurate. John - gonna start prepping the block for shipment in the next couple weeks. Still in b'day mode at the minute so ill deal with it soon enough
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thinking that is the route im going... will need tables for them tho
Let me know I can atleast get u started with some injector data. So u don't go through wat I did
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Need raw tables i can scale to my maf
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upDATE:

sold my 1320 and my 1000s
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guess I am the only TVS 1320 car in DFW now I feel so special!

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^^^only 1320 car at least
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Update: shipped my damaged rods to Pauter, awaiting details

Also trying to decide which route to take. As soon as i return from vacation ill be ship prepping the block and head
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Bigger blower gets my vote. It's all a matter of how much custom fabrication you want to do, the turbo will definitely be easier.
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The fabrication isnt an issue for me, ask the dfwgmelite guys lol

But i am wanting to make some good passes this bext season.

With that in mind. We have been working our asses off on Taintedred07s car and the turbo is neat.
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Just paid Pauter $415 to refurb 3 rods and replace 1 rod, new rod bolts

Also picked up Powell replacement bushings for my rotated mounts from Blairwolf
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You should get the cabs too
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Have had the cabs since 09 fah
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Japeatr, I've been trying to blow my car so I can rebuild with forged internals and it denies to die.
My current setup is TVS with 2.6 pulley 7gph meth with a 100 shot dry nos, supertech valve springs and zzp stage 1 cams. Just pick up two hossier drags radials. I missed living in Texas.
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creepy, when you coming back lol.

ok well i paid Pauter for the rod repair, just waiting on them to come back.

where can i get replacement Spiralox for the wrist pins? also anyone know where i can get my pistons recoated?
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diamond for the pin locks and me for the recoatings
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can you get me a price for the pistons and locks? ill drop them in the mail.

i do need to have the pistons checked if you could help me with that as well.
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I need piston part number
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hmm no clue on the part number, ill have to go look at what i have for documentation
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its on the bottom of piston
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