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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Oct 2nd, 14, 12:28 PM Thread Starter
 
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Email this morning....

For a few years now I have. Been driving my car to the Pigeon Forge Rod Run every spring and fall. I could tell you to the exact ounce probably how much fuel it was going to take me to get there and back. Same route same stops every time. My gas hand would always be between E and a 1/4 tank upon arrival in Pigeon Forge. With only the camshaft and Intake change this time when I got there I was at 1/2 tank! With an engine that only had around 50 miles on it @ the beginning of the trip. HOLY ****! I thought my damn fuel gauge was broke so I went and filled the tank back to full to check. Same results coming back home. Better fuel mileage and more power? **** yeah! I had a lot of compliments on the sound also. Everybody would ask "what kind of exhaust is on that thing" and I would tell them that it was same damn exhaust that was on it with the other sorry ass camshaft.

Chris Straub
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Why is it we never have time or money to do it the right way in the beginning but we always have time and money to do it over again?
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old Oct 2nd, 14, 6:44 PM
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So where can we find some info about your ride? I don't remember ever hearing about anything other than the boats. Pics, specs, that sorta stuff.

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Re: Email this morning....

This was a customers email to me. No ride here.

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This was a customers email to me. No ride here.
Learning to read is also on my bucket list.

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