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Old 01-11-2003, 10:21 PM
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Yeah Cuda! A HEMI always needs a little extra help and a 75 h.p. shot sounds like just what the doc. ordered! HEY, while your at the parts shop why not pickup a couple of cans of compression (32 oz.) and some muffler bearings for the BEAST!! <img src="graemlins/evil.gif" border="0" alt="[evil]" />

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Old 01-11-2003, 11:29 PM
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Oddrodder- don't you know, there's a formula to go by when adding a can of compression. Figure up the total displacement in liters (roughly 6.5 for a 392) and divide that in half for the total amount of compression. You can add as many as four bottles (32 oz.) in this particular case. However, you will have to get the stuff without the octane inhibitor in order to avoid detonation. Don't worry about the muffler bearings, this stuff lubricates the piston return springs as well as the muffler bushings (unless he desires the advantages of actual bearings), but there's really nothing to gain from bearings unless he has a secondary bypass manipulator valve to replace the standard (OEM) canooter (spelling?) valve.
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Old 01-11-2003, 11:41 PM
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Thanks BstMech! I did find that formula (It must have fallen behind my combination, rod stretcher ,bearing spinner)
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Old 01-12-2003, 12:19 AM
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Another all caps poster with pipe dreams and less than 10 postings.

Hmmmmm...

Man this leg is going to be a lot longer than the other with all the pulling going on here lately.

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damn... for once I just won't say anything (and you guys thought this day would never come!)
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You guys for got about the radiator belt, oh well.

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hey people this is a perfect opportunity to save one of the misguided youngsters out there, lets all join hands and advice him to buy one of the all time factory hot rods, and i am talking of power monsters like the AMC pacer, Mercury bobcat or my all time favorite the huge and luxurious nash metropolitan
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IT'S MY KITTY!!!!!!

Good to see you Croz!

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Where you been,Croz?!?!?!?!?!? <img src="graemlins/nono.gif" border="0" alt="[nono]" />
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I'm new to this site and I am curious? It would seem that some of you guys think that the number of posts you have and your typing abilities are directly related to your mechanical abilities and experience. Is this true?
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Old 01-12-2003, 09:14 AM
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Why, yes, it is. 320 posts and counting. Get yer Bronco running, "mechanic"?
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Slingblade we have had a number of people on this site lately that have been abusing the privelege of posting on this site, I won't go into the details of who these people are.

When I read a post like "Juice on a Hemi:Yes or No" I have to wonder, the answer of course to the question is "maybe" assuming you have the money.

After you have been on here awhile you will understand why most of us have become cynical towards some of these superficial postings...especially when it's in all caps.

To answer your question...NO! we do not discriminate against posters with less than perfect grammer or stuck caps keys but a little effort to comply with standard writing practice is not too much to ask is it? Honest truthful questions asked by honest posters who fill out the profile portion honestly (where is Vabsch anyway?) get my full assistance. Simply reviewing your post before hitting the "add reply" key would sure help, I do not think this is too much to ask even if you are a one finger typist.

Nonsense posts get sarcasm and disbelief from all the regulars here, I have seen so much lately that I am tired of it. I know I'm not the only one.

No one here gets paid to help so it is quite normal for people to question the validity of a posters identity when he fills out the profile dishonestly and posts such a silly question, why waste your time helping someone when there is a good possibility it is a nonsense posting.

I have been wrong before but why doesn't "Cuda Beast" come on and give us some more info regarding his question and his car, make model and build of the motor are all required info necessary to make any determination if nitrous is suitable for his setup, every hotrodder knows this. I think there is serious doubt that he even owns a Cuda Hemi never mind wants to run nitrous in it...if he/she even owns a car especially when they are claiming to be a student! One of things in life people have trouble faking is their writing style, I certainly see some similarities between "Cudas" and "PDSTEVE".

How about some pics "Cuda"? How about a reply? How about some honesty?

I am probably wasting my breath.



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Maybe he's sloowwww like me.It took 20 months to put a picture up on this board.But he should really turn the CAPS OFF.(At least my car is faster than me)
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You want info well here you go 4 jaw chuck. Its has a compression ratio of 12.5:1. The cam is a upgraded roller street cam. 750 cfm carb. I may be young but when you have dreams you go for them. At 12 i saw a cuda blast down the track and that is when i decided to get the car of my dreams. Just becouse i am young doesnt mean I cant have a fast car. and when you live less than a mile away from a machine shop you tend to pick up things here and there about cars. Is that good enough for ya. (sorry bout the caps thing)
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Old 01-12-2003, 12:15 PM
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This is a drag only car?
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