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Old 01-04-2008, 06:54 PM
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POST SOME ****, I KNOW I'M A NUUB, BUT I POSTED MY SHARE
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Old 01-05-2008, 11:24 AM
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Originally Posted by c0mpl3x
4-hole, 2-hole, 1-hole, its the same amount of fuel, and any obd2 ford has 4-hole.
I use FMS injectors because they are flow matched and have a much better spray pattern than any of the stock injectors Ive seen.

And I still never heard of drilling out your injectors. Seems like a ghetto *** way to save a hundred bucks and good luck getting them to match flow.

Plus im trying to help this guy boosting the same engine that I have. Ive been boosting it for about 2 years now and have went through numerous setups. Hands down the fms 24#. 12:1 FMU, and booster pump has giving me the greatest. So why not use what already is proven to work?

And 450cc is way to large. 24#s=255

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Old 01-05-2008, 03:02 PM
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That's nice man. I worked with a guy that had one of the 5.9(360ci) R/T models. I tried to get him to boost it but he was a puss. Cool to see something different. Get it to the track and see how it does...I'm curious.
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Old 01-09-2008, 12:03 PM
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so any specific junkyard cars to look for the injectors if i go to pick 'n pull i also think my truck is obd1, will that affect them?
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Old 01-17-2008, 03:44 AM
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wow, [email protected] with only a 2.2 60ft i wouldn't be proud of that 60ft if i were even in the 15s, oh wait, my old set up, 265K on basically stock 350 with 2.29 cogs out back, 2.19 [email protected]

try yanking a 2.03 with 1wd & 3.08s out back on JY tires, with a mild n/a 305, [email protected]

i like to see the #s after you run it again with the turbo

nice project...but that IC....just looks not right

my buddy has a '89 3.9 auto as a beater, he always wants to turbo it, but the damn thing goes thru rears so damn much as it is, ( 4 rears last year alone)
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Old 01-17-2008, 07:02 AM
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Originally Posted by malibutwinturbo
wow, [email protected] with only a 2.2 60ft i wouldn't be proud of that 60ft if i were even in the 15s, oh wait, my old set up, 265K on basically stock 350 with 2.29 cogs out back, 2.19 [email protected]

try yanking a 2.03 with 1wd & 3.08s out back on JY tires, with a mild n/a 305, [email protected]

i like to see the #s after you run it again with the turbo

nice project...but that IC....just looks not right

my buddy has a '89 3.9 auto as a beater, he always wants to turbo it, but the damn thing goes thru rears so damn much as it is, ( 4 rears last year alone)
I wasnt proud of the 60 at all. It was actually better when the truck was stock. I could do much better with a stall and slicks.

Why dont you think the IC looks right?
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Old 01-17-2008, 08:50 PM
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it just doesn't "fit" or "look right" the truck...then you got the pipes peaking out the bottom


don't be offended, hell i'm function over form all day everyday...its just i dunno, lol
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Old 01-18-2008, 12:48 AM
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Originally Posted by mopar318
2 inch drop spindles. 2 inch drop hangers, Leaf clamp on front of leap spring, and Slapper bars snubbed on the spring eye. Its a proven old school leaf spring setup...But ill be putting a triangulated 4-link in the near future.
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I remember seeing someone who retrofitted a Viper rear end multilink into their truck. I don't think it would be worth the money, but if you find an old wrecked one, why not.

It's a stock LSD fo sho.
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Old 01-18-2008, 01:09 PM
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one bad *** looking truck. post vids!
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Old 01-21-2008, 06:47 AM
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Default Re: One off Single turbo Dakota.

Originally Posted by malibutwinturbo
it just doesn't "fit" or "look right" the truck...then you got the pipes peaking out the bottom


don't be offended, hell i'm function over form all day everyday...its just i dunno, lol
Yeah, Im not a big fan of the pipes sticking out of the bottom. But its the only way I could route them. I didnt want to cut through the radiator support, Its not some thin sheet metal. And the area around that is the headlights.

But I do actually like the look...I think its just because its a dakota, and you shouldnt see that in a dakota..you should expect to see a 60 year old man hauling his grand sons new bike in the back.
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