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Old 04-02-2010, 12:16 AM
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From this thread Project - EffjJay Eighty - 2UZ powered

I've followed the thread a little but he posted up a video tonight of the near complete tranformation...

Seems like the 80 gets up and goes

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Son of a beep stole my truck
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there have been a couple build ups on MUD recently. Looks like a good option for someone who needed a new powerplant. I've pretty much been OK with the power I have now until I attach a trailer to back.
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Old 04-02-2010, 08:02 AM
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Its funny how he talks like its a race truck. 245hp......OMG.
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Old 04-02-2010, 09:55 AM
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Sounds really good. Looks like he knows what he is doing.
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Probably the most thorough job I've seen.
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Old 04-02-2010, 10:31 AM
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Its funny how he talks like its a race truck. 245hp......OMG.
Yah, I agree. It can be much if any more "fast" than a 100 series. When I had 400hp in my 40 series that was fast(for a truck) but not sports car fast.
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Oh shutter! 100cc's bigger and 40 more horse than stock. That would be stock 1 FZ with a stock trim supercharger increase. The 1FZ will pull the same torque 200 rpm sooner.
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That would be stock 1 FZ with a stock trim supercharger increase.
Hey, that's me you're talking about!
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Yes it is....how is that grin growing? Ready to start up-ing the fuel feed and spinning the charger a little faster? :evilsmile:
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