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    '72 "mach" and a bunch of other stuff.

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  1. https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3874013 3d printer I have and all the filament comes from Wuhon province. :o
  2. Me three. Also I had sonic turbos on my car when it last ran. Even they did drone. Like another said it is all about the remainder of the system on if it will drone or not. This was in 1986, before I knew what drone was. In 1996 I added Flowmaster to my mustang cobra and found out what drone was. :/
  3. If you use the 340 pump make sure your return lines are big enough. If not you will have to much back pressure that might lead to pump issues. With my 408 being a mid one with around 550FWHP should I go with the 200LHP pump? I just wouldn't ever want to fall short of fuel. I figure the regulator could adjust for whats needed? Thoughts? I would go with the 340. Just make sure the return lines are the same size or one step down AN and make sure you don’t have any kinks in the line. Holley said I was right on the line for a smaller pump at 500hp. Well over once they factored in forced induction. I think the main deal is you may need the super sniper’s extra injectors. I would consult Holley on that.
  4. From what I was able to find out on the Sonic Turbo mufflers, they are old school 80's style mufflers. On a forum I found, one guy thought they were bought out by Dynomax and are now Dynomax Turbo or maybe Super Turbo. So, how long have you had yours and where did you get them? I could not find an active listing for them for sale. Geoff. Summit it sells a fully welded “turbo” muffler. Under $40. Might be worth a look.
  5. If you use the 340 pump make sure your return lines are big enough. If not you will have to much back pressure that might lead to pump issues.
  6. It will. It was the one I mentioned to them as they don’t have a holler tank for the 71-73. i was ok with the 340 for a super sniper with the big throttle body when I asked which system they recommended for me with my 351c and a 174 cid under hood blower. Okay, back up!!! I need to see pics of this cleveland with said blower!!! Incomplete....but here are the pix. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Possibly an extra tank fitting for more emissions?
  8. It will. It was the one I mentioned to them as they don’t have a holler tank for the 71-73. i was ok with the 340 for a super sniper with the big throttle body when I asked which system they recommended for me with my 351c and a 174 cid under hood blower.
  9. It has been out for a while, but you have to search for it as it is not really listed on the Aeromotive website. If you know the part number, which I found on summit while looking for the general stealth pump kit, it if out there. another 71-73 snub I guess.
  10. Summit has a ready to use tank Summit Racing Part Number:AEI-18469 Depends on how much fuel flow you need, though
  11. Sorry your stuff got damaged. I hope you can rebuild it better than before.
  12. Guess I am going drag race since the new springs might not of been a wise purchase.
  13. If you are replacing cam and lifters, why not look at a roller cam. Will cost a little more, but you don’t have to break it in like a flat tappet lifter.
  14. The police here dont have to punch any numbers in. Their computer attached to camera bleeps and goes red if there are any infringements. The database also has the names of known criminals and what cars they drive making it easier to follow criminals in police cars that are not marked up as police cars Pretty much likewise here, but not all car have that tech. We can't get away with anything any more!!!! Big Brother's watching. As a side to this, that's not always a bad thing. A few years ago, about 2010 if I remember, I was on the M25 when the car blew a head gasket in stop-and-go traffic. I managed to get the car to the shoulder close to an overpass and an emergency phone. Next thing, the phone rang. Kind of startled, I answered it. The lady said she can see me on camera from that bridge. She told me to stand well away from the car and as it was about to rain, she had someone from traffic control stop by with a poncho. Then she put me through to my brother to verify the towing insurance and arranged for the RAC to pick the car up and transport the car and me back 120+ miles to my brothers house. That's saved my ass and I was very thankful for "Big Brother" that day. You lost me at head gasket. Mighty car mods have spoiled me. I can’t read head gasket without saying it like them. :) Glad everything worked out for you.

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