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The Old 7.3 Lives Again

Still a long road to go, but at least theres soot in the pipe again

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music to my ears lol

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Look at the size of the turbo in comparison to the alternater
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Look at the size of the turbo in comparison to the alternater
twins are soooooooo overated.

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have you guys figured out how you're gonna make weight for pro street? i say make some brackets for lead weights over the rears.

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Re: The Old 7.3 Lives Again

Looks and sounds mean!

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have you guys figured out how you're gonna make weight for pro street? i say make some brackets for lead weights over the rears.
We'll have to borrow some tractor weight from one of the local sled pullers to hang off the back bumper
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Re: The Old 7.3 Lives Again

That is such a sweet sweet sound. Looks good, can't wait for the season to open.

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post #10 of 76 (permalink) Old 12-20-2009, 04:27 AM
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ahhhh the 4 year old motor lives again....I Can't wait

Bigr with how much the Rail weighs....I would guess it is going to be pretty close to pro street weight.....hell the driver aint gonna weigh 150 wet that will help
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