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Join Date: Oct 1998
Location: Mooresville, IN (Indianapolis)
Re: Bowtie overdrives 200-4r
If you have the time, build one yourself. I bought a core, a manual, and did it myself by taking lots of pics and making lots of sketches on disassembly. I put the HD and hi-po parts in it, solicited advice when needed, and had to make a few special tools. It took some tweaking to get it the way I wanted and was a pain in the rear but gave me a lot of satisfaction knowing I did it myself.
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