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Old 04-12-2012, 08:09 AM
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Heath said he beat that guy i think
No I haven't been there when that guy was there, he looks pretty dam fast he would probably take me. But it would be a fun race, I'd love to try it! The only guy that has beaten me so far was an old 69 shortbed stepside with a 540 big block in it.

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Old mufflers always seem to sound so much better. Had an old timer tell me once the first thing they used to do was fill a muffler with some gas to burn out all that crappy insulation in em for better sound
Flowmasters don't have any filler material, just differenent shaped chambers, it's one of the reasons they sound so good, and don't change with age (unless they rust a hole in them).

I'll have to check out your runs sponsored, I can't view them right now, but I bet they rock.
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Old 04-12-2012, 08:13 AM
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No I haven't been there when that guy was there, he looks pretty dam fast he would probably take me. But it would be a fun race, I'd love to try it! The only guy that has beaten me so far was an old 69 shortbed stepside with a 540 big block in it.


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I hope that guy is back this memorial day. He is so wicked freeking fast. He put down everything that attempted to race him. And he leaves a roost 30 foot high
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Nice, you should be racing something.

and good choice of Ministry....
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Nice, you should be racing something.

and good choice of Ministry....
Sorry man "Butthole Surfers"

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Old 04-14-2012, 03:21 PM
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where were you running in luccerne? i was just up there last weekend off camp rock road.
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where were you running in luccerne? i was just up there last weekend off camp rock road.
I really have no idea as it was my 1st time out there. My friend has a shack/house off of Highland and we just went out from there, I followed him around most of the time.
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Racing something "I Wish"
Yeah, you got me. I wanst thinking right, bit I do know that was from independent worm saloon.

Just listened to them not to long ago.
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sponsored do you have a thread with more details of your rig? I see blue on the shock rezis, are those king or fox? Nice ride.
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