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Unread 02-20-2012, 04:49 PM   #31
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Next to an S10 count?

Yes you can compare any vehicles on the www.SomeonesBigger.com especially bigger jeeps next to hummers lol

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Unread 02-20-2012, 07:53 PM   #32
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. my yj spring over on 35's
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Unread 02-20-2012, 10:18 PM   #33
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. my yj spring over on 35's
That's pretty sick, Do you have a picture of it next to another vehicle for comparison?
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Unread 02-21-2012, 10:44 AM   #34
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I should be getting my driveshaft’s next week so I'll get a pic of it parked next to my buddy's stock YJ when I get them in.


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Unread 02-21-2012, 10:56 AM   #35
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I should be getting my driveshaft’s next week so I'll get a pic of it parked next to my buddy's stock YJ when I get them in.
Dang you could park on top of that stock yj.
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Unread 02-22-2012, 02:33 PM   #36
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That's pretty sick, Do you have a picture of it next to another vehicle for comparison?
Not at the moment, hard to believe I don't have any decent pix.
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Unread 02-22-2012, 04:25 PM   #37
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I should be getting my driveshaft’s next week so I'll get a pic of it parked next to my buddy's stock YJ when I get them in.
That is straight ridiculous. Definitely send me a pic when you get it up next to another yj! Are you planning on using the same engine or upgrading that too?
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Unread 02-22-2012, 05:53 PM   #38
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lifted a little bit higher than mine. Im on the right.

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Unread 02-22-2012, 06:09 PM   #39
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That is straight ridiculous. Definitely send me a pic when you get it up next to another yj! Are you planning on using the same engine or upgrading that too?
Same engine, just sending it to the machine shop for a little work 450hp 450tq BBC should do the job.
Big isn’t that uncommon in my area, at the local mud park you will see 10-12 tractor trucks there out of around 3500 people during the big events. My seat is 65" off the ground and I'm not even close to being the biggest.
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Unread 02-22-2012, 06:18 PM   #40
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Same engine, just sending to the machine shop for a little work 450hp 450tq BBC should do the job
Finally someone honest about the power from their motor. I'm tired of seeing so many say their sbc puts out big block power. I've been around the engine dyno enough to know what power motors put out.
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Unread 02-22-2012, 06:26 PM   #41
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Yea I get a kick out of reading about someone’s 650hp 350 using an OEM block, sorry a 4bbl carb, headers, cam, and 10.5:1 comp does not add 400hp not to mention a stock block won't hold up to that kind of power.
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Unread 02-22-2012, 06:42 PM   #42
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Yea I get a kick out of reading about someone’s 650hp 350 using an OEM block, sorry a 4bbl carb, headers, cam, and 10.5:1 comp does not add 400hp not to mention a stock block won't hold up to that kind of power.
Even the guys claiming 450hp from their sbc is a joke most of the time. Maybe a stroked sbc can and will do that. I'm just glad to see someone being honest so thank you.
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Unread 02-22-2012, 06:57 PM   #43
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Unread 02-22-2012, 08:01 PM   #44
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Even the guys claiming 450hp from their sbc is a joke most of the time. Maybe a stroked sbc can and will do that. I'm just glad to see someone being honest so thank you.
you guys don't read much about the gen 3 small blocks do you? hop over to LS1tech and about 80% of members are 400-450rwhp cam only (with supporting mods of course, exhaust etc) in their daily drivers. Add nitrous in the mix and 600-700rwhp is easily attainable on a stock bottom end. it's all in the tune Needless to say, the SBC has come a long way since the old carb'd days.


my ride before this was an LS1 trans am. I was right around 380rwhp with a 228/232 .588lift 114lsa cam (very mild if you don't know cams), headers, exhaust, and a tune. Everything else stock right down to the 241 heads and ls1 intake manifold, pretty restrictive, could have gained another 20-30rwhp with factory LS6 heads/intake manifold.

when you get into stroker motors it gets nasty. My old room mate had a Texas Speed 408ci small block in his C5 corvette. Forged, iron block, low CR, built for nitrous. It pumped out something like 543RWHP naturally aspirated, and could easily handle a 300 shot of n20. That car was straight insane, unfortunately he never sprayed it, needed more fuel, but was estimating around 800rwhp on the hit. The thing was trapping high 130's in the quarter mile ridiculous

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you guys don't read much about the gen 3 small blocks do you? hop over to LS1tech and about 80% of members are 400-450rwhp cam only (with supporting mods of course, exhaust etc) in their daily drivers. Add nitrous in the mix and 600-700rwhp is easily attainable on a stock bottom end. it's all in the tune Needless to say, the SBC has come a long way since the old carb'd days.

my ride before this was an LS1 trans am. I was right around 380rwhp with a 228/232 .588lift 114lsa cam (very mild if you don't know cams), headers, exhaust, and a tune. Everything else stock right down to the 241 heads and ls1 intake manifold, pretty restrictive, could have gained another 20-30rwhp with factory LS6 heads/intake manifold.

when you get into stroker motors it gets nasty. My old room mate had a Texas Speed 408ci small block in his C5 corvette. Forged, iron block, low CR, built for nitrous. It pumped out something like 543RWHP naturally aspirated, and could easily handle a 300 shot of n20. That car was straight insane, unfortunately he never sprayed it, needed more fuel, but was estimating around 800rwhp on the hit. The thing was trapping high 130's in the quarter mile ridiculous

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Maybe it's you who doesn't read much. We said sbc. Not LS motors. Adding nos to any motor will increase its power by 50% so that is a moo point(not mis spelled) as for your friends 800hp????? You already nailed it, his estimate as he never sprayed it. Thanks for the brochure though

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