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Old 03-27-2008, 08:13 PM
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'76 sbc build , need more head advice

Hey 400sb, mud truck?, how's it in the snow? LOL :o)
I like Bancroft,haven't been there since I sold my bike.
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The truck works pretty well in the snow considering the mud tires but I havent had a problem with it yet Ive been pushing snow with the bumper (37inches off the ground) and havent got stuck yet Ya bancroft is a nice town other then 5/8s of the population are wellfare bums but I guess thats why we pay taxes so they can sit on there lazy *****
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with or without the spacer only makes a tiny tiny performance difference on a Performer intake and rv cam...leave it on for looks...it's likely helping

dang it! that sure looks like a open plenum intake in your pic's! oh well...
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'76 sbc build , need more head advice

Tx Red, I'm going to try vaccum gauge next week.I know ,looks cool and if I leave the idle way down I get a bit of lumpy idle.
Hey 400sb, all small towns are like that,thats' why we get flooded with immigration too,it's a wonderful place to live.I'm the guy that gets to deliver the chegues.Yes I'm a Postie, watch out. Cisco
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