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That's what I'm talking about !!!

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01-04-2012 11:00:02

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Hey Orange !!

Thanks for the link :D
Our ears are tuned pretty much the same. I want that old GMC with a good throaty rumble. Let them kids with their tuners just drool about old school cool :)

Poke below if you want to hear some rumble :)

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01-14-2012 22:13:37

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 Re: That's what I'm talking about !!! in reply to ShepFL, 01-04-2012 11:00:02  
That was a tough sounding 292. I'd like to know more specs about that engine. As for fuel, it cannot be any worse than a 350.


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01-10-2012 21:39:04

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 Re: That's what I'm talking about !!! in reply to ShepFL, 01-04-2012 11:00:02  
One of the most unique sounds ever, was a Chevy or Jimmy six with a split manifold and dual glasspacks! I kinda miss those days. Kinda, heck, I miss them a LOT!

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01-08-2012 14:43:01

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 Re: That's what I'm talking about !!! in reply to ShepFL, 01-04-2012 11:00:02  
id like to know what kind of hp and tourque that 292 is making sure sounds real healthy!

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01-07-2012 17:12:47

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 Re: That's what I'm talking about !!! in reply to ShepFL, 01-04-2012 11:00:02  
I"m glad you got my message. I thought you might
like that 292. Those 292"s have enough power and torQue to do almost anything you wanter to do with lots of aftermarket speed equipment available. The motor mounts would have to be changed and the 292 is going to be harder on gas but it would be a very good combo. Keep me posted Orange

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01-08-2012 08:27:12

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 Re: That's what I'm talking about !!! in reply to Orange, 01-07-2012 17:12:47  
Watch for updates. I will be posting them under the old truck section.
Another YTMAG'r "old" does work on these old trucks to. Keep an eye out for his posts as well.

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