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Re: 2 Cyl. Nitrous

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Posted by MLPANKEY on August 20, 2008 at 18:11:00 from (

In Reply to: 2 Cyl. Nitrous posted by james rumph on August 20, 2008 at 17:57:39:

james rumph said: (quoted from post at 17:57:39 08/20/08)

At least i can say i have done it . In your case it's someone you know.

I have dabbled in many forms of motor sports and done pretty well.

I have always mixed my own fuels and been fine with the out come.

You need to start your own website, ask the Dr ! You could be the great "OZ" in this world.

[ The guy with the big head ]

It is so easy pushing your buttons it's fun.
Im constently amazed at people who argue a point they are not familuar with . theres nothing wrong with not knowing something . the other day at a pull a fellow tractor puller said he was going to build a new sbc 400 using aluminum 18 degree heads . i asked him why he didnt go to 14 or to a 10 degree valve angles which are newer and currently produced he wanted to argue that but started out by saying he had never heard of such a head and who made them I simply stated brodix 11x heads pro action makes 14 degree and the sb2 had more than 18 degree valve role along with a splayed valve design . he proceeded to tell me that 18 degree was the best and dominate at the pulls . i wander if the dominators really told him the correct valve angles and if he could recognize the differences .


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