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Old 07-02-2014, 11:24 AM   #1171
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I hoping for 1hp per cubic inch
So 458 hp? Lol
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Old 07-02-2014, 11:56 AM   #1172
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YouTube lifted silverado 2500hd, that thing is nasty sounding
Bet I could have some fun in that thing....until it breaks.


Screw the Pro-Charger, - it's the engine that's built right. Sounds really good! Healthy w/BIG Cams.. -Fords sound better when built up well, with that kind of power.....Block, HEADS, then roots owned (safe)..

Fun stuff, specially those Hill climbs and Dune rides

BTW- Did you notice how quick that truck was even with the tires spinning ? Mann, - that's like perfect power down low. Guy did a great job from what I saw, wonder what his numbers are?
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Old 07-02-2014, 12:18 PM   #1173
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Bet I could have some fun in that thing....until it breaks. Screw the Pro-Charger, - it's the engine that's built right. Sounds really good! Healthy w/BIG Cams.. -Fords sound better when built up well, with that kind of power.....Block, HEADS, then roots owned (safe).. Fun stuff, specially those Hill climbs and Dune rides BTW- Did you notice how quick that truck was even with the tires spinning ? Mann, - that's like perfect power down low. Guy did a great job from what I saw, wonder what his numbers are?
I don't know but they have to be up there? I'm guessing he has some mid 4 gears or higher in that thing to rip off the tires like that..and some healthy hp
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Old 07-02-2014, 02:53 PM   #1174
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I don't know but they have to be up there? I'm guessing he has some mid 4 gears or higher in that thing to rip off the tires like that..and some healthy hp
Guess I should say. Pro-Chargers can really suck on the low side, with a stock or mild build as far as "usable hp" - BUT with a build like that (around 500 hp), that Pro Charger wakes right up from the light. That's a benefit that type of charger needs. When it's there, you have some crazy horse power lol.

A good example, - a lot of Dragsters used Pro-Chargers..- probably still do.

So I'm thinking that engine was probably pro built and/or built with a Pro-Charger in mind.

If I had to guess, he's getting more than 500 hp once that Pro charger comes alive... and it comes alive VERY quickly with that type of configuration.

Yea, that's a ton of rubber to spin, let alone take off like a rocket lol.
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Guess I should say. Pro-Chargers can really suck on the low side, with a stock or mild build as far as "usable hp" - BUT with a build like that (around 500 hp), that Pro Charger wakes right up from the light. That's a benefit that type of charger needs. When it's there, you have some crazy horse power lol. A good example, - a lot of Dragsters used Pro-Chargers..- probably still do. So I'm thinking that engine was probably pro built and/or built with a Pro-Charger in mind. If I had to guess, he's getting more than 500 hp once that Pro charger comes alive... and it comes alive VERY quickly with that type of configuration. Yea, that's a ton of rubber to spin, let alone take off like a rocket lol.
Yeah centris are a different animal than roots or screw, I had a vortech 96 cobra at about 490hp with 3:73 gears and I'd like to had 4:10 for even more low end getup
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Old 07-02-2014, 05:25 PM   #1176
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I will. Just need to recoup $$. Have a pile of parts with no return so far. What do you guys think a shop would charge for header back system the y's into a single 3" if I provide the muffler and tip?
I would think it wouldnt be over 300
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I would think it wouldnt be over 300
That's because it's a Chevy.
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That's because it's a Chevy.
It wouldn't cost over 300 dollars cause.... it's a Chevy? LOL
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It wouldn't cost over 300 dollars cause.... it's a Chevy? LOL
LOL. Jbrew is on the booze again.
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LOL. Jbrew is on the booze again.
Not even. Great idea tho
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