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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 02-21-2009, 01:17 PM Thread Starter
 
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lookn for input on going twins on my new motor. its a .030 bore ,crower rod wop stud girdle, rev kit, 5 angle valve job headed 7.3,230cc single shots from elite. not sure on the big oil yet,waitn on tax check...... itp return and bowl delete with a fass 150. 4r100 with 3.73s on 35s. ive heard alot of different ways but i fugured id ask ya guys what ya thought. i wanna be in the 600rwhp zone. i know tuning will be the big factor but i wanna drive it,haul my 69 mustang,eat crummins and well just have a bad street truck and show most people old 7.3s dont die,they just get faster.
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S300/S400 or a pair of S400's or follow Charles setup.

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Charles setup? im new to this site and dont know him. i seen house's truck made 500ish. its a sweet truck if ya see this house. not lookn to be in a pullin class so to speak. just maken a good ole 7.3 run with the best of them ya know.
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charles has a 38 and a 47.

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how about a 42R as a little one? and I dont know for a big one. The common concensus is that a 42R is the biggest that could be spooled with stock sticks, so you having 230's schouldn't have a problem

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It would be best to start with a 42R. probably with a 47 and 2 wategates. The only issue is, not sure exactly how its going to tow. There is a lot of work to be put into a compound setup to make it function properly. Trying to make a setup thats capable of towing a good amount of weight and working for a racing application is not at all easy to do.
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It would be best to start with a 42R. probably with a 47 and 2 wategates. The only issue is, not sure exactly how its going to tow. There is a lot of work to be put into a compound setup to make it function properly. Trying to make a setup thats capable of towing a good amount of weight and working for a racing application is not at all easy to do.
So true

First you have to figure out exactly what you are going to use the truck for and what you are looking for performance wise.
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Just curious, why only 230cc with all that money in that motor? Go for 300+

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Just curious, why only 230cc with all that money in that motor? Go for 300+
Probably the same reason i stayed with my Stage 3 hybrids.

1. Fuel Mileage
2. Towing Temps
3. Looking for more of a DD/tow than a full race truck
4. Why push the envelope on a DD
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id do a 38r and a 47 just like charlie, good daily driving, makes over 600 and spools like a dream

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