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Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Greg72, Feb 19, 2006.
Here's your only hint:
does it go vroom vroom?
puttin da big 10 are ya?
What's it worth to ya for me not to spill the info?
J/K, cool idea.
I can't afford to bribe people right now..... I need the money for more parts and custom machining!!!
I know you have other good stuff around there...
No bribe intended, just bustin' on ya.
It's gotta be killing you, they'll know soon enough.
Is that a Dodge product?
hey greg where is the granite state?oh man Ive been thinkin about your new project.Im glade yer an engeir,what kind of eng?I saw this at a good guys show in a un finised 2wd truck it was lookin like a deth trap but a greate idea.A neabor of mine owens a 04 coupe with a centrifical?,!blower we nick named the car the time compressior.Have you ridden or driven a viper?you might befor you go on with this project. what trans are thinken to use?
oh man ....i love the idea and I can picture it in there but man o man....
you have a lot of work a head of you!!!!!
You've got the donor vehicle correct, but the part you think I'm using is not....
I'm planning to use a 632BBC which isn't a V10, but it should still do OK in the power department.
The Granite State is New Hampshire. I lived their for 19 years before I joined the Navy, moved around a bit and eventually ended up in Virginia working at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard.
hmmm, a tranny with a numerically low enough overdrive to run unimog axles on the street-you're my hero.
Hmm I bet it supports 650 HP.
Ever since ya posted about that I have been thinking about it.
It should be realy cool when ya get it to work.
I know what it is. I have one (the tranny not the car) to go in my '57 chevy.
will a snake really fit in a 69? love to see
when you are done, please post a detailed write up? i'm sure you will, this is really cool.
i recently realized that cubic inches can only do so much, performance is all in the gears.
your scope of work involves custom input and output shafts, adapter plates at the motor and t-case, strengthening the housing near the t-case, custom drive shafts, and cross members, and possibly relocating your shifters.
im jealous i wish i were in a position to try a similiar upgrade. good luck
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