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    Default Blown LJ Torana


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    Looks like you might have to change your plates to WHYNOT lol. Looking nice so far good luck with the build..

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    wow thats heaps nice
    is that street registored?

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    thanks. yes its registered, so far lol

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    is the fuel cell a 57 ltr ?
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    its about 38 lt

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    Oh Mate Thats Nothing,nice But You Should See The Blowen Six Up @ Queensland ,blowen & Injucted Six , Very Well Built And Nice Car.

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    nice work buddy.. good luck with it,,,,,,,,

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    Default 6 cylinder

    what qtr times u running?

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    havent finished the car yet. should be good for mid 12's. touch wood.

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    is it a 202 in it? what work has been done to it? is that blower on a modified 4barrell manifold??

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    wow wat a monsta
    love it

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    heres a tip. grab that pro comp coil and THROW THE THING AS FAR AWAY FROM THE CAR AS POSSIBLE.

    i see you have decent brands elsewhere, holley, qa1, msd, mallory.. stick to that theme and you wont have any troubles... you have been warned

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    hmm, everyone seems to be saying that about the procomp gear.

    its a 202. havent built the bottom end yet. the blower is on a custom sheet metal manifold, the intake runners are chopped off a VK efi manifold

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