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Old 06-24-2013, 08:21 PM
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Haha its all fun and games.
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Old 06-24-2013, 08:24 PM
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Oh and mountain goat I made those rims work we added a couple washers and it did the touch the lugs i got from autozone/oreily had too long of shanks but they seem to be doing fine now. If you still want the rims back I could get some ive had my eye on at discount tire but if not its more than fine.
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Dude. If you can use them it's fine by me. I had already moved on with my plans so I'm happy.

They do look pretty sick on your Runner.
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From what I've read its best to have a donor vehicle so you use the same parts? I feel like as long as i get the ecu, harness, and engine from the same vehicle i should be good?
You want to make sure you get all of the emission stuff as well. Like all of the little sensors and charcoal Canister
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That would be great I would atleast like to look at it.
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I guess it comes down to how much power do you want/need? 3.4 is pretty stout. The SC would not be cheap but would give you mild SBC power if wanted later.
Hmmmm...."mild SBC power" Good to know...
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Hmmmm...."mild SBC power" Good to know...
I dunno, some of those 305s and 350s were pretty anemic back in the 1980s. I remember a neighbor as a kid had a late 70s Malibu with a 2bbl 305 that was pretty much a joke. All the power of a worn out 22R-E with the mileage of a battle tank. But, yeah, normally even though the HP number on a L05 might be close to that of a supercharged 3.4L, it ain't the same.
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Hmmmm...."mild SBC power" Good to know...
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I dunno, some of those 305s and 350s were pretty anemic back in the 1980s. I remember a neighbor as a kid had a late 70s Malibu with a 2bbl 305 that was pretty much a joke. All the power of a worn out 22R-E with the mileage of a battle tank. But, yeah, normally even though the HP number on a L05 might be close to that of a supercharged 3.4L, it ain't the same.
You missed the point.
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I usually do. What's the point? Now that I think about it, I do miss The Point.

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