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Old 12-01-2010, 12:49 AM
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I have also seen the tunnel ram's top put on backwards, the upper half has the slant built into it and if reversed it will be really exaggerated in the wrong direction. Check that out.
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the tops on backwards. i am really not that dumb. i cant beleive i didnt see it before. thank you. i rebuilt this motor but i took the whole intake off and did not remove the top. thanks for your help.
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all be honest it looks kinda dumb no offense to the car but the only way it may look cool is if it stick up another foot or put velocity stacks on it!
inless your going for this look
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Old 12-01-2010, 02:51 PM
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the tops on backwards. i am really not that dumb. i cant beleive i didnt see it before. thank you. i rebuilt this motor but i took the whole intake off and did not remove the top. thanks for your help.


I had a felling it was, When I saw the headers sitting right, That's why I wanted to see the tunnel ram.. Don't worry,, We all make mistakes...
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Old 12-01-2010, 03:00 PM
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i got a pic to up load. will put level on it tomorrow.
Man that is alot of slant. Are you sure you have the top on the right way?
I have seen people put them on wrong before. You need to show more pics of that ride you have also.



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i have another hood and a torker intake with a 750 holley. i kinda like the old style look. it gets alot of attention.
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Old 12-01-2010, 03:28 PM
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That's one sweet looking 67 you have there i never seen one with the Boss 302 stripes before, if i did i don't remember anyway. Is that a 70s era medium metalic blue ?




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Man that is alot of slant. Are you sure you have the top on the right way?
I have seen people put them on wrong before. You need to show more pics of that ride you have also.



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Cole.. I think he say so here..
DOH!!!!!!!!!!!!



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that looks alot better now. now that we have fixed that i am going to pos a carb question. thankyou everybody.
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Old 12-03-2010, 05:20 PM
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Looking good.


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That looks a thousand times better.
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